Below is the "In Progress" List of wrenches for the Spring 2020 Wrenching News Antique Wrench Auction. It has not been proof read so there may be corrections and additions. New lots will be posted as they are photographed and cataloged. Please let me know of any mistakes, typos, etc.
Last Updated at: 1:34 AM on Feb. 18, 2020

A printed Catalog with all of the wrenches pictured will be available for $20.00 and a Prices Realized List for $5.00 will be available after the auction (if you are an active bidder either in person or absentee you should be receiving a catalog). To order catalogs or for more information contact Don 'Bus: Haury: Email or phone: 316-284-7345. See The Wrenching News Homepage for updates and more information on the auction and Missouri Valley Club Meeting.


CATALOG OF WRENCHES for the Wrenching News
2020 SPRING WRENCHING NEWS ANTIQUE WRENCH AUCTION

Wrenches and Other Tools from the Hilary Klein Estate and Jim Plantikow Collection

Friday April 3 and Saturday April 4, 2020

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




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



The Spring Wrenching News Antique Wrench Auction will be held after the Missouri Valley Wrench Club Spring Meet in York, Nebraska. Majority of the auction consists of the wrenches and other tools from Jim Plantikow of Omaha, Nebraska. Jim started collecting wrenches while still in his teens just missing being a charter member of the Missouri Valley Wrench Club by one meeting. This is the fourth auction we will have had to thin down his massive collection. Jim is selective in the items he collected, concentrating on the rarest and unique adjustable and farm wrenches and fencing tools, etc. His adjustable buggy and wagon wrench collection is top drawer, best we have had to catalog.

Contact Auction Manager Don Haury at 316-284-7345 - donhaury@southwind.net
See www.wrenchingnews.com for information on wrench meeting, past auctions, etc.


AUCTION CONTACT INFORMATION

Auction Manager:

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

Terms of the Sale:
All payments in U.S. currency or check with proper identification. No items to be removed until settled for. The Wrenching News, auctioneers and the consignors shall not be responsible for any accident or loss. Sold as is with no guarantees or warranties expressed or implied. Statements made sale day will take precedence over any printed advertisement. No credit cards.

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

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

Because of Stan's working hours it is best to email or mail your bids or phone 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Please include your phone number or email address as all absentee bidders will be notified by phone or by email. Notification will be about Tuesday or Wednesday after the sale as it takes 2 to 3 days to sort, weigh, wrap, and determine the shipping charges.

Auction Catalog and Prices Realized List:
A printed catalog and post auction price realized list will be available. See contact information for Don Haury above.

To view individual or group pictures click on the PiC or PiCS logos in the listings.

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To see patent information click on the *PAT* logo in the listings.
Patent information is from the DATAMP - Directory of American Tool & Machinery Patents
or Google Patents if the patent is not listed on DATAMP.

For abbreviations and book references used in our auction catalogs:  Click Here  Note: We are now using Dan Chopiak's "John Deere and Merged Companies Wrenches and Tools" as reference for the John Deere wrenches listed (abbreviated DC and number). Also we have added Ron Geesin's excellent book on English Wrenches (I mean spanners) "The Adjustable Spanner - History, Origins, and Development to1970" to our reference list (RC followed by the page No,)

A WORD ON CONDITION: Because of the character of their use and storage wrench condition can hardly be judged to the same standards as other tools. I try to use the broad categories of condition: Poor, Fair, Good, Good+, Good++, Excellent, and Excellent, like new. I also try to note all faults such as missing parts, cracks, pitting, over cleaning, repairs, etc. Likewise the wrenches in this auction that are in exceptional fine or excellent condition have been so noted, even a common wrench that has survived the years in almost unused condition is a rarity.

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

Order of Sale:
Friday April 3: Lots No. ??? to the end of the individual lots and all the choice box lots.
Saturday April 4: All the remaining listed lots starting at Lot No. 1.

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

The Wrenching News Home Page


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


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List of Wrenches
The Wrenching News Spring 2020 Antique Wrench Auction
April 3 and 4 at York, Nebraska

0001. Unmarked - -12" turn the wooden handle to adjust nut wrench. Good++. (not listed, no info found)

0002. Unmarked (Palmer type) - - 12.25" heavy duty all metal nut wrench with long center adjusting Sleeve. Looks like a wrench made by Palmer & Sons of Birmingham, England. British patent of April 16, 1861 No. 4354 applies. Good+. (S378, Geesin pg 133)

0003. Can't read markings but should be G. B. PHILLIPS - PAT MAY 3,1859" - - 12.5" early pre Civil War patented screw adjust pipe wrench with a sliding lower jaw insert. Patent granted to George B. Phillips of Albany, NY. Good+ with a nice replacement handle. (S614) *PAT*

0004. HOULEHAN'S WRENCH - PAT'D. MAY 28, 83 [sic] - PAT'D. NOV. 29, 83 [sic] - - 12" unique rack type quick adjust nut wrench. Patented by James Houlehan of Toledo, Ohio on May 29, 1883 and Nov. 27, 1883 (incorrect patent dates marked on wrench) and manufactured by the Toledo Wrench Co. of Toledo. Rare wrench, first one we have had to list. Good+ with minor dings, restored finish, handle crack. (S449) *PAT* - *PAT*

0005. Unmarked - - 11.5" unusual all metal alligator wrench with a rotating head. Has a lever that locks on lugs on the rotating head and also an sliding tab that locks the head so it can't be rotated. A band rotates and covers the jaw opening as the head is rotated. Probably a machine shop made one-off prototype. Outstanding construction and in Excellent condition. (not listed, no info found)

0006. Unmarked - - 10" wood handled center screw adjust nut wrench similar to a Taft's Railroad and Mower wrench but with two jaws, one 3/4" lower than the other. Canadian patent was issued to Francis William Beckwith of Merrickville, ON Canada on Apr. 13, 1872. Good+, very minor dings, handle crack. (not listed) *PAT*

0007. Unmarked (Maggard's patent) - - 14.25" combination wood handle claw hammer and rack type quick adjust nut wrench. One of a kind extraordinary combination tool, one of the high lights of this auction. Darrell Kinney found this hammer at a steam and threshing show in Missouri and sold it to Herb Page who later traded it to Jim. Look like wrench patented by Charles J. Maggard of Canton, Missouri on Oct. 14, 1902. Only the third one of these I know of and one of them was missing the lower adjustable jaw. Great eye appeal and in good++ condition with only a few minor dings. (not listed). *PAT*

0008. HARRINGTON, HEALD (Harrington. Heald & Co. - Millbury, Mass.) - - 12" screw adjust nut wrench with threaded center shaft. similar to Taft's Railroad and Mowing Machine Wrench. an 1856 advertisement in Cope's book page158 shows this wrench. Rare wrench, first one we have had to sell. Good+ with a handle crack, upper jaw hammer damage, casting flaw on adjusting nut, small markings not all readable. (C158)

PiCs Lots 1 thru 8

0009. GLOBE WRENCH CO - IPSWICH, MASS - PAT'D MAR. 15, 10 - - 8" all metal turn handle to adjust. Pat. by Benjamin Woodward of Ipswich, MA. Good+ with minor jaw edge damage, locking indents are working. (S393) *PAT*

0010. BONNEY VISE & TOOL WKS - PHILA, PA -THE MASTERPIECE - ESTABLISHED 1876 / PATENTED MAR 3, 1903 - Aug. 9, 1904 (E851 stamped on shaft) - - 11". Wood handled threaded shaft type combination nut and pipe wrench with a pipe cutter attachment. Patents granted to Charles S. Bonney of Portsmouth, Ohio and Joseph G. Baker of Philadelphia, PA. Good++ (S567)  PAT.

0011. Merrick's Patent - Springfield, Mass - - 12" wood handle threaded shaft center screw adjust nut wrench. This is the first American screw wrench patent. Patented August 17, 1835 by Solyman Merrick of Springfield, Mass. and manufactured by Stephen Bemis in Springfield. Good+ with a hammer dent and dings, handle crack, former owner's initials crudely punched on back side. (S832) *PAT*

0012. BARNSLEY TRADE MARK (with arrow logo) / PAT. DEC 15, 1914 - A. W. MFG CO BOSTON, MASS - - 8.5" unique quick adjust nut wrench with a locking clutch or cam device mfg. by the Automatic Wrench Mfg. Co. of Boston and patented by Arthur Smiley of Springfield, Mass. and assigned to Thomas Barnard of Winchester, Mass. Good++, plated finish. (S475) *PAT*

0013. GUSS MFG. CO. DELPHOS, O. / GUSS MFG. CO. DELPHOS, O. - 674 PAT. AUG. 1, 05 (on edge) - - 13" quick adjust rack type pipe wrench controlled by a spring-loaded lever, patented Aug. 1, 1905 by Orange Guss. Excellent, like new. (S674) *PAT*

0014. McNAIR WRENCH - MEADVILLE, PA / PAT'D MAR. 21, 82 - NO 3 - - 12". Push a spring-loaded plunger to open the jaws which close automatically. Patented by Milton H. McNair of Meadville, Penn. Good+, Some rust scaling. (S694) *PAT*

0015. BEMIS & CALL CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS - PAT AUG 1866 - - 10.5" screw adjust pipe wrench with hex adjusting nut. Amos Call's patent of 8-28-1866 applies. Early B & C wrench. Good with edge damage, some pitting, very weak markings, not all readable, crudely punched owner's initials on reverse side. (S838) *PAT*

0016. Unmarked - - 10" clamp type adjustable alligator wrench. Excellent except for minor jaw serration damage. (not listed, no info found0

0017. G. B. PHILLIPS - PAT MAY 3,1859" - - 9.5" early pre Civil War patented screw adjust pipe wrench with a sliding lower jaw insert. Patent granted to George B. Phillips of Albany, NY. Good++ with a few very minor dings. (S614) *PAT*

0018. EMMETT WRENCH CO. USA - PATENT PENDING / DROP FORGED MANGANESE MOLYBDENUM STEEL - HEAT TREATED (with a shield logo - - 12.25" unusual heavy duty Crescent looking wrench but with a button below the jaws that release the sliding jaw which can than be pushed into position. Made by the Emmett Wrench Co. of Seattle, Wash. and patented by Milton W. Emmett of Los Angles, Calif. on Aug. 9, 1932. Emmett also patented the Holdfast plier wrench. Different wrench, well built in Good++ condition. Only second one we have had to list and that one was 15" long. (not listed) *PAT*

PiCs Lots 9 thru 18

0019. H. FOOT & CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. (Merrick's patent) - - 12" early wood handled center screw adjust nut wrench with threaded shaft. Second Solyman Merrick's screw wrench patent was issued on Aug. 15, 1848. Good+, refinished. (S390)

0020. ALLEN WRENCH - PAT APL'S FOR - - 9" pivoting head self adjusting alligator wrench patented by John Bystrom of Chicago, Illinois on Oct. 13, 1903 and mfg. by the Norwall Mfg. Co., also of Chicago. RARE, first one I've seen. Some pitting and dings on one side of the jaw, makes some of the markings hard to read, shiny clean, otherwise Good+. (C235) *PAT*

0021. KARU - SIRENA-ROMA 9-22 / D.R.P - 2D.R.G.M - - 9" unusual pliers type nut wrench with spring loaded lower jaw and adjusting lever. Good. some pitting, no patina. (not listed, no info)

0022. IMPROVED STRONG JAW - REG. NO. 523941 - - 12" English Clyburn Crescent type nut wrench. Made by Easterbrook & Allcard. English patent was registered on May 7, 1908. Excellent. (RG85)

0023. BURSTON - BRITISH PATENT 38445 - 26-1-32 / CHAS. RICHARDS & SONS LTD - DARLASTON, ENGLAND - - 8" all metal nut wrench with a novel eccentric cam and spring loaded lower jaw adjustment. British patent was issued to Arthur Pearson Ibbott of Oxhey, Watford, Hertfordshire, Great Britain on Dec. 08, 1932. Excellent. (S749, Geesin page 143) *PAT*

0024. HEWET'S UNION WRENCH - PAT. JAN. 25, 1864 / FOWLE & CO SOLE AGENTS - -10" wood handled nut wrench with a fluted adjusting sleeve. Patented by Henry Hewet of New York , NY. (original patent No. 41995 granted on March 22, 1864 was antedated to Jan. 25, 1864). An early historically important wrench with a striking appearance. Good++, some weak markings. (S397) *PAT*

0025. Marked only "10" (Merrick and Bartholemew patent) - -9" early screw adjust pipe wrench probably made by Bemis & Call. Patent was granted to Solyman Merrick of Springfield, Mass. and Frederick H. Bartholomew of New York City, NY on Jan. 02, 1849. Good+. (S835) *PAT*

0026. VAN DUIJL PATENT / (Lion and banner logo) - - 11.5" center screw adjust nut wrench with extended lower jaw. Patented by Jozua Cornelis Hendrikus Van Duijl of Kralingsche-Veer, Netherlands on Mar. 15, 1898. Excellent heavy duty wrench. (not listed,) *PAT*

0027. WORCESTER A10 / MADE IN WALDEN USA - - 10" Crescent type with extra distinctive wide, pebble patterned handle. Large lettering. Plated finish. Excellent with just a couple small areas of missing plating.

0028. D.R.G.M 257274 - C.S - BEST - - 8" unusual all metal loop handled screw adjust nut wrench. Made by Crampon Brothers of Sheffield England. Good+ with some light dings.

0029. MCC 300 CAP. 3/8 - 1-1/4 / MCC 300 DROPPED FORGED - - 12" Crescent type with odd offset pivoting jaws with pipe serrations. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0030. J. A. HENCKELS - 2 (with a logo of two dancing stick men) - - 11.75" rack type quick adjust nut wrench with lever. Well made wrench in Excellent condition with strong markings. (S500)

PiCs Lots 19 thru 30

0031. PAT'D NOV, 80 - OCT, 83 (in a diamond logo) (Diamond Wrench Co. of Portland, Maine) - - 6" adjustable wooden handled carriage wrench. The Diamond wrenches were patented H. A. Thompson of Farmington, Maine. Light pitting. (S208) *PAT* - - *PAT*

0032. FASTFIT WRENCH NO. 11 / FASTFIT MADE IN ENGLAND (etc.) - - 7" self adjusting head on one end and a notched open jaw similar to the American made Simplex wrenches on the other end. Good+, some light pitting..

0033. Marked only with a "SF" logo (Safety First Co.?) - - 8" Billings style all metal adjustable nut wrench. Excellent

0034. JORDAN - GERMANY (in a diamond logo) - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench. Good+, jaws slightly sprung.

0035. PAT SEPT 20, 1921 - HANDEHAND - TRADEMARK - MFD. BY H & E WRENCH CO. NEW BEDFORD, MASS.- - 10" helical screw quick adjust wrench, hex nut jaw variation. Made by the Universal Tool Co. of Salt Lake City, Utah. Patentees were Edwin J. Evans and George E. Hemphill both of Salt Lake City, Utah. Excellent. (S496) *PAT*

0036. DARAIKE - FRANCE ("C" in a circle logo) - - 10" monkey wrench made thinner and lighter than most monkey wrenches. Also found marked "Germany" vs. "France". Good++.

0037. THE BOSS - TRADEMARK (with a tree logo) / BOSS SPANNER LTD. - SHEFFIELD- N0. 1 - PATS 132276, 132277, 132278 - - 5.75" turn handle to adjust nut wrench. Patented by Frank Humphris in 1919. (RG64)

0038. THE HOLDTIGHT - PATENT 11624 - AUGUST 26, 1884 - - 6" screw adjust nut wrench. Adjusted with a slotted adjustment screw on top of the upper jaw. Excellent.

0039. THE CRAWFORD SPANNER CO - DANBURY / CRAWFORD PATENT 19604-08. - - 6.5" screw and quick adjust nut wrench. Made by The London Small Arms Co. Only second one we have had to list. Good+ with light pitting. (RG115)

0040. PAT Nos 2236754 - 223176 - FORGED STEEL - BRITISH MADE - - 6.5" all metal King Dick type wrench but with a turn handle to adjust Made by Jackson & Sons - Birmingham, England and patented by Alfred Cleaver on Oct. 27, 1924, improvements patented on June 14, 1928. Good++. (RG109) *PAT* - *PAT*

0041. Unmarked (Cleaver patent) - - 8" all metal turn handle to adjust nut wrench like Lot 40 above. Good+, light pitting. (RG109)

0042. "OMNIUM" - MADE IN BELGIUM - PAT G.B.303313 - - 8.5" combination screw (by turning the handle) and rack quick adjust nut wrench. British patent issued to Alphonse Marie Joseph Ghislain Andre of Brussels, Belgium on Jan. 03, 1929. Good+, some hammer dents, missing the clip on pipe jaw attachment shown in the patent. *PAT*

0043. UTILEX - 641535 (in a shield logo) - PAT NO 579210 - REG DES 841889 - BRITISH MADE - - 9." Crescent type wrench with hammer, screwdriver, nail puller, ruler and file. An American patent was issued to Bernard Forster of Manchester, England on Oct 31,1950. Excellent. (S752, RG96) *PAT*

0044. NEVER-STALL - MATHEWS - DAYTON, OHIO / PATENTED - DROP FORGED STEEL - - 10.25" combination tool with adjustable wrench, pliers, screwdriver, nail claw, etc. Made at various times by Mathews, Forshee Mfg, and Thomas Mfg. Co. all of Dayton, Ohio. Excellent. (S818, C213, Smith-81)

PiCs Lots 31 thru 44

0045. HUE (inside horseshoe logo) PATENT HUBER NO. 3 - - 14" all metal shim adjust nut wrench. Patented Dec. 02, 1913 by Jacques Huber of Basel, Switzerland. Others seen marked "Germany". Excellent. *PAT*

0046. Can't read most of the markings but should read "BORNSTEIN'S IMP WRENCH - PAT. AUG. 26, 1890" - - 14". Rare, extra large size. Turn the wood handle to adjust 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++, minor dings. (S367) *PAT*

0047. CRAMPTON BROS - SHEFFIELD (with an fancy "CB" logo - - 14.5" extra heavy duty coach double bar wrench with a hex paneled handle that is turned to adjust the wrench. Good++. (Geesin page 79)

0048. HEWET'S UNION WRENCH - PAT. JAN. 25, 1864 / FOWLE & CO SOLE AGENTS - -15.5" wood handled nut wrench with a fluted adjusting sleeve. Patented by Henry Hewet of New York , NY. Extra large rare size of an early historically important wrench with a striking appearance. Good++, some weak markings, excellent new walnut handle. (S397) *PAT*

0049. RHINO 14 IN - PAT. No. 143898 / RHINO WRENCH CO. DENVER - - 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 TOOL & MFG. CO. Excellent. (S340) *PAT*

0050. WHITMAN & BARNES - USA (weak markings, not all readable) - - 14.75" Coes type wood handled monkey wrench with a ridged adjusting screw knob. Good+, minor hammer damage.

0051. Unmarked (Foster's patent of Feb 15, 1859 - - 16" wood handled screw adjust wrench advertised by D. P. Foster of Shelburne Falls, Mass. (later Waltham, Mass.) as "Foster's Unyielding Grip Wrench" for nuts and pipe. Rare early pre Civil War wrench. only second one we have had to sell and it was only 8" long. Good+ with jaw serration dings. (S1103, C139) *PAT*

0052. Unmarked - - 15.25" all metal heavy duty monkey wrench with right instead of left handed adjusting screw. Crudely made with a reinforcing bar on back of the lower jaw, similar to but more primitive than the Perfect Handle wrenches. Looks like those reportedly made in the Altoona shops of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Good+. (not listed)

PiCs Lots 45 thru 52

0053. A-O. K. TOOL CORP 24 / ALDA NEBR PAT 3505914 - - 21" chain wrench. Patented by Virgil M. Ockinga of Morrill, Neb. Good++. (S137) *PAT*

0054.Unmarked - - 14.5" pipe tongs patented by Charles F. Spery of Hermann, Mo. on Dec. 29, 1891. Good++. (C284) *PAT*

0055. ACME PIPE TONGS - PAT. AUG. 6, 1862 - 1-1/2 - - 18" early Civil War era pipe tongs patented by William Campbell of Quincy, ILL. Good++ with large bold markings. (not listed) *PAT*

0056. PATENT 27, 83 ( Volkmann & Peddycord patent) - - 18" wooden handle self adjusting pipe wrench. Patented by Conrad D. Volkmann and William D. Peddycord both of Nappanee, Ind. Good+. (not listed) *PAT*

0057. HOE CORP.- POUGHKEEPSIE, NY - 18 / PATENTED FEB 21 - 1922 - 18 - - 19.25" large size of the Hoe self adjusting nut and pipe wrench with spring loaded jaws. Patented by Frederic Robert of Lynnbrook, Long Island, NY. Excellent. (S361) *PAT*

0058. BENEDICT EXTENSION - PAT PENDING - 7 - - 16.5". Screw adjust all metal pipe wrench with a cheater handle that telescopes out of the handle Pat. 6-16-1915 by Laurance Benedict and mfg. by the Benedict Wrench Co of Chicago. Good + . (S586, C64) *PAT*

0059. PAT APL'S FOR - - 21.75" heavy duty quick adjust pipe wrench with several adjusting notches on the shaft and alligator type jaws. Patented on Dec. 23, 1890 by Frederick John Biel and Joseph Selvester Urban both of Terre Haute, Ind. Good++ except for stripped jaw serrations (C66) *PAT*

PiCs Lots 53 thru 59

0060. AC - PAT 2594669 - - 10" different turn the end of the handle to ratchet wrench with three spark plug sockets and a 5" extension. Also included is the original display board marked "AC Spark Plug Tool Kit". and a brochure for the "AC Spark Plug Reechet (sic) Tool Kit" made by the Reechet Tool Corp. of Cleveland, Ohio and patented by Calvert Marshall of Georgetown, KY on April 39, 1952. Excellent, New Old Stock. *PAT*

0061. Lot of Three:
(1.) EVERREADY - MADE IN USA - HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. MARSHALLTOWN, IA - - 8" stamped steel double ended alligator wrench with bolt dies in original mailing box with the wrench pictured. Mailed from American Agriculturist - New York (with three 2 cents stamps). Wrench is excellent with cyanide heat treatment finish, box is good. *PAT*
(2.) CROCODILE - MADE IN USA - HAWKEYE - HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. - MARSHALLTOWN, IA - - 8.5" alligator wrench with rethreading dies and screwdriver. Excellent, new old stock, weak markings. *PAT*
(3.) CHAMPION - - 12" tongs type tool with odd jaws. Excellent, like new.

0062. Lot of Two:
(1.) ACE SLIP & LOCK - NUT WRENCH / CLOVERS CO. BEDFORD, O. - - 10.5" Crescent type adjustable spud wrench with a locking wing nut. Excellent with original graphic box.
(2.) Unmarked - - 5" flat steel double box end wrench with tag for the "Krawling" Lawn Sprinkler - Beatrice, Nebraska and two extra nozzle tips.

0063. Lot of Two: New Old Stock Pliers
(1.) UTICA (in a three diamond logo) - - 6.25" pliers with wire cutter. Excellent, New Old Stock.
(2.) CRESCENT TOOL CO JAMESTOWN, NY - 942-5 / CRESTOLOY - MADE IN USA - - 5" diagonal pliers with original illustrated box. excellent, New Old Stock.

0064. XCEL MULTI-HEAD WRENCH - PAT. APR 29, 1925 - WARRANTED / MFG. BY PARK METALWARE CO. INC. - ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. - - 7.5" wrench handle with five interchangeable open end wrench heads in original metal box.. Patent was granted to John Zilliox of Orchard Park, NY. on Apr. 28, 1925 (not April 29 as marked on the wrench). Wrenches are excellent, box is good. *PAT*

0065. Marked only PAT APR FOR - - 9" steel double hex box wrench with another hex box and an open end wrench stored in the handle. Owner thinks it may be a motorcycle wrench. Good+.

PiCs Lots 60 thru 65

0066. FORD (script) can only read Z-6 of the part number - - 13" single open ended Ford service wench. Good, pitting, unreadable part number.

0067. PIERCE with an arrow logo (Pierce Arrow) ' DROP FORGED VLCHEK CLEV. O. USA (in a shield logo) - - 11" auto type adjustable wrench. Good+ with some pitting

0068. THE BISHMAN CO. - UNIVERSAL HUB CAP WRENCH - MPLS MINN - PAT PEND. - - 15" adjustable hubcap wrench fits all hexagon and octagon hubcaps plus several requiring a special wrench such as Packards, Whippets, Willys, etc. Patent was issued to Walter A. Bishman and Harold G. Lien both of Minneapolis, Minn. A British patent for this tool was also issued to Thomas Kennedy of Birmingham, England. Excellent with original finish. (Geessin-111) *PAT*

0069. DAYTON WIRE WHEEL CO - DAYTON, O / NO. 30932 - - 15.75" large 3.5" hex box end wire wheel wrench. Excellent.

0070. Lot of Eleven: Eifel Pliers and Accessories
(1.) EIFEL-FLASH PLIERENCH - PAT. 5. 2. 16 - - 8.75" Older style Eifel pliers. *PAT*
(2.) EIFEL-FLASH PLIERENCH - PAT. 5. 2. 16 - - 8.75" Older style Eifel pliers.
(3.) Eifel-Flash vertical pouch. Fair
(4.) Eifel-Flash vertical pouch. Fair
(5.) Eifel-Flash horizontal pouch. Good
(6.) PR. 15 CTS. - THE FLASH SALES CORP. - CHICAGO USA - - 2.75" pocket key chain screwdriver included with some Eifel-Plier Tool Kits. Several times rarer then the pliers. Good++
(7. - 11.) Five Eifel Pliers jaws.

PiCs Lots 66 thru 70

0071. Unmarked (Acme twist handle) - - 21" Acme type twist handle nut wrench. Heavy duty "Railroad" style with the large hex adjusting nut. Hard to find, desirable 21" size. Good+ with some hammer dame3 on upper jaw.

0072. Unmarked (Acme type) - - 18" twist handle. Good++.

0073. Unmarked (Acme type) - - 17.25" twist handle. Good++, with owner's punched ID.

0074. ACME (in a diamond logo) PAT FEB 27, 83 (with owner's ID)- - 15" pre Whitman & Barnes twist handle. Good+.

0075. Lot of Five: Twist Handle Adjustable Nut Wrenches - Will Sell Choice Wrench
(1.) ACME (in a diamond logo) PAT FEB 27, 83 / WWW - CHICAGO - - 5" pre Whitman & Barnes twist handle with advertising. Good++.
(2.) W & B CO. - ACME (in a diamond logo) - PAT FEB 27, 83 - MADE IN USA - - 6.25". twist handle. Good++.
(3.) W & B CO. - ACME (in a diamond logo) - PAT FEB 27, 83 - MADE IN USA - - 7.75". twist handle. Good+.
(4.) Unmarked (Acme Type) - - 10". twist handle. Good, adjustment stuck.
(5.) Can't read markings (Acme type) - - 12" pre Whitman & Barnes twist handle. Good with upper jaw hammer damage.

PiCs Lots 71 thru 75

0076. Lot of Seven: J. I. Case Steam Engine Wrenches - Will be Sold Choice Wrench
(1.) 888C (Case Threshing Mach Co.) - - 5.5". Good+, light pitting.
(2.) 1815C (Case Threshing Mach Co.) - - 4.5" Smallest of the Case Steam Engine wrenches. Good++.
(3.) 1818C (Case Threshing Mach Co.) - - 7". Good+.
(4.) 1820C with the Case eagle logo (Case Threshing Mach Co.) - - 12.5". Good++.
(5.) 1821C with the Case eagle logo (Case Threshing Mach Co.) - - 15.75". Excellent.
(6.) 1822C with the Case eagle logo (Case Threshing Mach Co.) - - 20". Excellent.
(7.) 1823C with the Case eagle logo (Case Threshing Mach Co.) - - 23.25". Excellent.

0077. Y3028 - IHC logo - - 17" large soe. Number indented, logo raised. Excellent. (R1-255)

0078. 35F (orphan) - - 14.75 " heavy, thick cast with double open ends. Good++ with some casing flaws.

0079. G532 (Cockshutt Plow Co.) - - 13.5" with a large hammer head. Fair with pitting. (R1-107)

0080. CALEDONIA N.Y. (Caledonia Bean Harvester Works) - - 8". Thick, heavy cast square by open end variation. Good+. (R1-75)

0081. R & CO 44 (Robinson & Co) - - 10.5" Good+ with overall pitting. (R1-398)

PiCs Lots 76 thru 81

0082. PASCO / 1021 (National Wire Wheel Works - Geneva, NY) - - 14" wire wheel wrench. Overall light pitting.

0083. FORD (script) - - 6.5" Billings style center screw adjustable nut wench with a square extension on the end. There has been speculation that these Ford marked wrenches were made in Ford's Trade School and the extension is for Ford Model "A" drain plugs. Excellent.

0084. HAYES WHEEL CO - JACKSON, MICH. ("A" in a circle logo) - - 14" single octagon box end hub wrench. Excellent.

0085. MOON - R2015A ("StL" in a circle logo) - - 10" single hex box hubcap wrench from the Moon Motor Car Co. of St. Louis, MO. One of the neatest malleable hubcap wrenches with the trademark "Moon Eyes" dots in center of the O's. Good+.

0086. WIRE WHEEL CORP OF AMERICA - BUFFALO NY - 86-124 - - 15" hubcap wrench with large 4" octagon box opening, remover lever and a brass instruction plate. Good+, hammer damage on handle.

0087. "MINERVA" - - 9.75" single hex box end wrench. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0088. WIRE WHEEL CORP. OF AMERICA - BUFFALO N.Y. / 6146 - - 16.5" wire wheel hub wrench. Excellent.

0089. RUDGE WHITWORTH - 72 / RUDGE WHITWORTH - 72 - - 11.25" single octagon hubcap type wrench. Good++.

0090. WHITE (block letters) - 886GE -X (White Motor Co - Cleveland, Ohio) - - 12.75" single hex box hubcap wrench. Excellent.

0091. WHITE (in script) - 886GE -X (White Motor Co - Cleveland, Ohio) - - 12.75" single hex box hubcap wrench. Excellent.

0092. DAYTON WIRE WHEEL - RIGHT SIDE OFF - LEFT SIDE ON / 6940 - 90262 - - cast 9" with a single 3.75" octagon opening and knock off ears.. Excellent.

0093. Lot of Three:
(1.) STANDARD - USA - 190 - - 11.25" single hex box end wrench. Ford V-8 drain plug wrench? Good+.
(2.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 13" hub cap type cast wrench. Good++.
(3.) W5099 (Lincoln?) / TIMKEN - ("M" in a circle logo) - - - - 10.5" cast hubcap wrench. Excellent.

PiCs Lots 82 thru 93

0094. 5015T (Case T. M. Co.) - - 7'. Listed as a Key Wrench in parts books. Good with some pitting. (R1-81)

0095. Can't read markings, may be 827? (orphan) - - 18" odd ball with a hugh 6.5" open end, the other open end is only 2.25". Good++ except for the poor markings.

0096. Pat. Feb. 8, 1916 (Chroninger's patent) - - 6" pitman spreader wrench. Patented by Jerry F. Chroninger of Delphos, Kansas (Pat. No. 1171320). Good++. (R1-103) *PAT*

0097. Marked only "C" (orphan) -- 10" by 17" cast tee socket wrench. Good+ with some hammer damage to one socket.

0098. TAYLOR / TAYLOR - - 18.25 cast wrench with a hugh 5.5" open end. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0099. RUTENBER / VW1 - - 10". Rutenber engines were used on several tractors, cars and trucks before 1925 including Avery, Lambert, Moon, Spaulding, Auburn, Luverne, Keystone, Madison, National, Croxon-Keeton, Stoddard-Dayton, Waltham and others. Good with pitting.. (R1-408)

0100. T804R (Reeves & Co. - Columbus, Ind.) - - 7" by 18.5" tee handled socket wrench. Excellent t. (not pictured in Rathbone's book)

0101. REEVES 3762 - - 14.75" Steam engine wrench. Excellent. (R1-393)

0102. 678525M1 (Massey-HARRIS- Ferguson) - - 17" large cast double six-point sockets. An internet search came up with this part number identified as a "Massey Ferguson Slip Clutch Wrench". First we have listed. Good++, with most of the original finish. (not listed)

0103. WP. CO - A2 (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 7". Pitting. (R488)

0104. Unmarked (Irwin's patent wrench and belt stretcher) - - 9" cast stretcher for grain binder, etc. belts with three wrench openings. Patent No. 285902 granted to William A. Irwin of Webster Grove, MO. on Oct. 02, 1883. First we have had to list. Good with pitting. (not listed) *PAT*

0105. ROBINSON SPREADER CO - VINTON IOWA / A48 - C - - 10". Excellent. (R1-399)

0106. Unmarked - - 7.25" cast combination fencing tool with a hammer, staple puller and three wrench openings. Good++. (S794, couldn't find in Smith's book)

PiCs Lots 94 thru 106

0107. BILLINGS & SPENCER - HARTFORD, CONN. USA (Barwick's JUNE 6, 1871 patent) - - 26" plier type nut and pipe wrench originally mfg. by the Barwick Wrench Co. of Boston, Mass. and later Billings & Spencer. Patented by Wm. Barwick and advertised as a "pipe tongs, screw wrench & coupling pliers , all in one tool". By far the largest Barwick we have had to offer. Good++, weak markings, hard to read.. (S855, C69) *PAT*

0108. Marked only "S" (orphan) - - 13" cast hex and square box ends by open end, closed on one side. Good++.

0109. NO. 5 - ALLIGATOR WRENCH MFD BY ROEBLING -TRENTON, N. J. / PAT. FEB 8, 1898 s- REG. U. S. PAT. OFF.- - 27". Rare No. 5 alligator wrench. The large No. 5 size is on the "Bucket List" of most alligator wrench collectors. Design patent was issued to Samuel T. Freas of Trenton, NJ. John Augustus Roebling was the engineer who designed and built the Brooklyn Bridge. His company supplied the wire cables for the bridge. Good++ . (S2) *PAT*

0110. TYDEN DRY VALVE - - 23.5" large cast open end with an odd flange. Tyden Dry Valves were part of a fire prevention sprinkler system made by the Viking Co. of Hastings, Minn. Excellent.

0111. DIXON WRENCH CO.- WARREN, PA. / PAT. DEC. 4, 1906 - - 29.5" unusual pipe tongs. Excellent. (not listed, patent not found)

0112. BAUER / 5957 - - 24.5 extra large and heavy impressive cast open end by octagon box wrench with bold and large markings. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

PiCs Lots 107 thru 112

0113. Lot of Two: Melotte Cream Separator bowl wrenches (R2-197) Will be Sold Choice Wrench
(1.) A- - 18.25". Excellent.
(2.) D - - 17.75". Excellent.

0114. ATHENS PLOW CO. ATHENS TENNESSEE - T100 ("TF" in a circle logo) - - 18.25" curved handle box end wrench. Good++. (R1-23)

0115. TAYLOR PLOW CO. - CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE ("R" in diamond logo) - - 18.25" curved handle box end wrench. Rare wrench, first we have had to list. Looks exactly like the Athens wrench Lot 114 above. Good++. Z(R3-216)

0116. 69 (Case Threshing Machine Co.) - - 14.25" large, early and rare cast Case wrench used on road graders, drags and scarifiers. The 68 wrench was replaced by the 219J wrench and looks like the unidentified 1G74 wrench. Only second one we have had to list. Good++. (R3- 42)

0117. P & O CANTON ILL - 3637 (IHC) - - 21". Scarce, large and showy IHC wrench. Good++ . (R1-370)

0118. C. D. EDWARDS MFG CO - 108 (Albert Lea , Minn.) - - 11.5". Good++ with weak unreadable markings as usually found. (R1-159)

0119. 5378 A - DEANE / OF HOLYOKE (Holyoke, Mass.) - - 9.". Excellent. (R1-129)

PiCs Lots 113 thru 119

0120. Lot of Four: Cast Farm Wrenches with Holes
(1.) Unmarked (Babcock Bros - Adrian, Mich.) - -13" with thirteen holes in the shaft. Light pitting. Looks like wrench shown on R3-17)
(2.) 1407 (with a "P" in a circle logo) (Emerson later Case T. M. Co.) - - 17" axle wrench with ten holes in the shaft. Good+. (R3-47)
(3.) W402 (Emerson, later Case T. M. Co.) - - 17" with fourteen holes in the shaft. Excellent. (R1-163)
(4.) 2763 (orphan) - - 17". Looks like Case 1407 wrench, Has ten holes thru the shaft, outstanding high relief markings. Good++.

0121. Lot of Two: Cast Farm Wrenches
(1.) KINGMAN PLOW CO. (Peoria, IL) / N81 - - 10.75". Some pitting. (R1-284)
(2.) J181 (E. Bement & Sons (Lansing, Mich.) - - 9.5". Rare wrench, only second one we have had to list. Excellent. (R1-49, parts book picture only)

0122. AMERICAN STOVE CO. - H. D. WRENCH - - 17.5" impressive large cast wrench. Good++. (not listed, no info found)

0123. BLACK HAWK SECHLER MOLINE - M95 (Sechler / Oliver) - - 10.25" unique shaped, graphic wrench with ten openings and a screwdriver. Good+, light pitting. (R1-419)

0124. 880C (Case T. M. Co.) - - 16.5" doe for Case Steam Engines. Good++. (R1-81)

0125. Black Hawk / SM167 (SD. M. Sechler Carriage & Imp. Co. - Moline, Illinois) - - 10.25". Considerably rarer than the look-a-like Sechler M167 wrench. Good++. (R1-419)

0126. 299 (orphan) - - 14" large open end by double hex sockets cast wrench. Excellent.

PiCs Lots 120 thru 126

0127. D P KAHLE / PATENTED - - 12.5" Rare all metal combination screw and quick adjust nut wrench. Squeeze two external tabs on the sleeve for quick adjust and turn whole sleeve for screw adjust. Patent No. 855,891 was issued to Dorsey P. Kahle of Venus, Penn. on June 04, 1907 and No. 999,034 on July 25, 1911. I remember when Hilary purchased this wrench and after disassembling it to make his miniatures he said it was the most complicated mechanism he had reproduced. Good++, refinished. (S502) *PAT* - - *PAT*

0128. Unmarked (Flowers' & Cunningham's patent) - - 9.5" wood handled quick adjust nut wrench that combines both rack (with an unique double "wing" release levers) and double screw adjustments. Patented by Ira Cunningham and Haywood Flowers of Grand Saline, Texas on April 7, 1914. A rare wrench with a distinctive mechanism, seldom offered. Good+ +, refinished. (S538, C112) *PAT*

0129. B. F. Stockford - PAT. & M'F'R' - STURGIS, MICH. / PAT'D JULY 17, 83 - PAT'D OCT. 14, 84- - 12" all metal nut wrench with a spring loaded lower jaw and a lever that releases or locks it against the rack teeth on the shaft edge. Very rare wrench with an interesting adjusting mechanism. Only second one I have seen and it had a wooden handle. Good++. (C291 but Stockford Ratchet Co. of Elkhart, Indiana given as the manufacture). *PAT* - - *PAT*

0130. Lot of Two: Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) J1010 JAWS / TOYANG - - 10" with a ratcheting type adjustment. Excellent. (not listed, no info)
(2.) Unmarked - - 8.25" pliers type wrench with split handles. Looks like wrench made by the Wade Wrench Co. - White Pigeon, Mich.. Patents granted Nov. 8, 1927 by William White and July 24, 1928 by Benjamin Wade both from White Pigeon, Mich. Pitted. (S257) *PAT* - - *PAT*

0131. PAT. AUG. 10, 1875 / WARRANTED CAST STEEL (Verber's patent), - - 12" screw adjust with a tightening lever. Patented by Lucius O. Veber of Schuuyler's Lake, NY. Good++. (S633, C315) *PAT*

0132. Unmarked (Gates Bolt Wrench) - - 12" all metal nut wrench with an unique adjusting screw on top of upper jaw. Patented by Alfonso D. Gates of Cleveland, Ohio and mfg. by the Lorain Wrench Co. of Lorain, Ohio. Good with light pitting. (S391) *PAT*

0133. THE BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - PATENTED JUNE 6, 1871 (Barwick's patent) - - 8.75" plier type nut and pipe wrench original mfg. by the Barwick Wrench Co. of Boston, Mass. and later Billings & Spencer. Patented by Wm. Barwick. Good+. (S855) *PAT*

0134. Unmarked - - 10" wood handle screw adjust nut wrench. with the adjusting screw extending to the upper jaw. Good++. (similar to S437, no other info found)

0135. TRIMO COMBINATION WRENCH PAT APPLIED FOR - USA - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench with pipe and nut jaws. Has a threaded shaft and knurled adjusting sleeve and a set screw to adjust for pipe or nut use. 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++. (S579) *PAT*

PiCs Lots 127 thru 135

0136. KERN / PAT'D 1894 - - 10.5" screw adjust alligator wrench with a thread shaft and center nut adjustment. Patent No. 504041 was granted to Samuel E. Kern of Bellevue, Ohio on Aug. 29, 1893. Note: patent drawing looks exactly like the adjustment found on the alligator wrench at Lot 144 below but this is the only Kern wrench patent found. Good++, cleaned, weak markings. (not listed)  PAT.

0137. BOOZER'S - PATENT - JULY 1, 1902 / )same makings on both side) - - 10.25" wooden handled rack type quick adjust nut wrench with a prominent release lever. Patent No. 703636 issued to George W. Boozer of San Antonio, Texas. Extremely rare wrench, only second we have had to sell. Good++ with some minor dings, . (not in Schultz or Cope)  PAT.

0138. Unmarked - - 10" example of the LIGHTNING WRENCH mfg. by the Racine Wrench Co. or the L. S. Kellogg Mfg. Co., both of Racine, Wisc. This all metal combination quick and screw adjust. Patent No. 477228 was issued to Ebenezer Rider of Racine, Wisc. on Jun. 21, 1892. Good+ with light pitting. (S503)  PAT.

0139. HEWET'S UNION WRENCH - PAT. JAN. 25, 1864 (weak markings not all readable) - -12" wood handled nut wrench with a fluted adjusting sleeve. Patented by Henry Hewet of New York , NY. (original patent No. 41995 granted on March 22, 1864 was antedated to Jan. 25, 1864). An early historically important wrench with a striking appearance. Good++, some weak markings, excellent replaced handle. (S397) *PAT*

0140. MATTHEWS PATENT WRENCH - DENVER, COLO. - - 13" Self adjust nut wrench with pivoting upper jaw. Patented by Edward Matthews of Denver, Colorado on Aug. 28, 1923 (Pat. No. 1466136). Good++. (marking variation of S355)  PAT.

0141. Unmarked (Vandegrift's patent) - - 10" wood handled version of the Vandegrift sliding wedge quick adjust alligator wrench (smooth nut jaw variant). The Vandegrift alligator type wrenches were patented by Theodore Vandegrift of Shelbyville, Indiana on Jan. 06, 1891 (Pat. No. 444171) and mfg. by the Vandegrift Mfg Co in Shelbyville. Good++ with excellent new ha. (S724, C313) *PAT*

0142. Unmarked - - 10" rack type quick adjust nut wrench with a stubby wood handle. The lower jaw assembly is released by a trigger like lever under the jaw lip. Good+ but some of the fine rack teeth are stripped (not listed, no info found)

0143. STOCKFORD'S PAT. - ELKHART, IND. - - 9.75" all metal nut wrench with a spring loaded lower jaw and a lever that releases or locks it against the rack teeth on the shaft edge. Patent No. 431,081 was issued to Benjamin F. Stockford of South Bend, Ind. on Jul. 01, 1890. Cope's books states the manufacturer as the Stockford Ratchet Wrench Co. of Elkhart, Ind. Note" different quick adjust mechanism than the Stockford listed in Lot 129 above, first we have had to list. . Good++ with a few very minor dings, remnants of the original finish. (C291) *PAT*

0144. Unmarked (Kern patent) - - 14" screw adjust alligator wrench with a center threaded bolt adjustment and a wood knife type slab handle. Patent No. 504041 was granted to Samuel E. Kern of Bellevue, Ohio on Aug. 29, 1893. Rare alligator wrench, fist one seen. Note: See Lot 136 above for a differnt version of Kern's patent. Good++ with excellent replaced knife type wood handle. (not listed)  PAT.

PiCs Lots 136 thru 144

0145. Lot of Two: Billings Style Adjustable Bicycle or Pocket Wrenches
(1.) MARCO (in a ribbon logo - NO. 2 STEEL - - 3.75". Excellent (not listed, no info found)
(2.) TENT SHEFFIELD (with a tent logo) / BRITISH PATENT NO. 553540 - - 4.25". Laminated construction. Made by Richards Bros. & Sons of Sheffield, England. Excellent. (RG140)

0146. Lot of Two: Bicycle or Pocket Wrenches
(1.) ABINGDON / WAR FINISH - - 4.25" King Dick type. Good++. (RG51)
(2.) Unmarked - - 5". Looks like wrench made and patented in 1908 by James Reynolds of Wolverhampton, England. Excellent. (RG139)

0147. Lot of Two: Bicycle or Pocket Wrenches
(1.) ABINGDON - REG. NO. / WAR FINISH - - 4.25" King Dick type. Good++. (RG51)
(2.) GERMANY - - 3.5" with dual jaws one especially for PREST-O-LITE tank valves. Excellent.

0148. Lot of Two: Billings Style Adjustable Bike or Pocket Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 3.75". Good with light pitting, painted.
(2.) Unmarked - - 3.5". Good++.

0149. Lot of Three: Misc. Small Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 5" small combination tool, Includes an alligator wrench, nut wrench, bottle opener, screwdriver, ruler and knife sharpener. Usually seen with an advertiser's markings. Goode++.
(2.) "COOL TOOL" - 918-893-3079 - PATENTED - TAIWAN - - 4.5" Crescent type wrench and bicycle chain breaker. First wrench I've seen marked with a phone number! Excellent.
(3.) DCMT LTD (Die Casting Machine Tools LTD - London) / MADE IN ENGLAND - - 3.5" die cast working miniature auto type wrench. Different. Excellent. (RG82)

0150. Lot of Two: Cochran Style Self Adjust Nut Wrenches
(1.) NO. 1 FASTFIT PAT. (Fastnut LTD -London, England) / REGD. 674283 - - 6.25". Good++. (RG93)
(2.) BGW 1 - - 6.25". Good++.

0151. Lot of Two: Smaller Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked -- 5.5" double jawed bicycle or pocket wrench. Good+. (no info found)
(2.) MADE IN ENGLAND - PAT NO. 389317 - RD. NO. 777629 - - 5.5" side screw adjust nut wrench with angled jaws. unusual design. US patent was issued to Edward Tilston of London, England on July 17, 1934. Excellent. (RGpg152) *PAT*

0152. Lot of Two: German Type Double Jaw Turn Handle To Adjust Nut Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 4". Excellent.
(2.) DOGSKING STEEL - - 4" double jaw turn handle to adjust nut wrench. Excellent

0153. CHICAGO WRENCH CO. - - 6" pocket or bicycle wrench with a screw and rack adjustment. Similar to the Model Grip but rarer. Good++.

0154. GEM T & L (Tower & Lyons - New York, NY) - - 4.5" all metal center screw adjust pocket wrench. Excellent with plated finish. (S102)

0155. Lot of Two: one Knife Tool and one Pocket Wrench
(1.) SEABOARD STEEL CO. - FRANCE - - 5.25" combination lineman type pliers tool knife with a wire cutter, knife blade, file, screwdriver, bottle opener and a punch. Nice plated finish but the spring under the plier lever is missing and the knife blade had been ground down to about half of it's original size.
(2.) Weak markings not all readable but should read: BORNSTEIN PAT. JULY 26, 1892 - MADE BY J. A. W. SEABERG MACH. CO. - MALDEN, MASS - - 5" turn handle to adjust bicycle wrench with a hex paneled handle. Patented by Henry Bornstein of Boston, Mass. Weak markings and the locking collar is missing. (S1066) *PAT*

0156 Choice Lot of Five: British King Dick Adjustable Wrenches (RG49 - 54) - Will be sold choice wrench
(1.) KING DICK - - 3" smallest model made. Excellent. (S761)
(2.) NO. 2 -TRADEMARK KING DICK - STEEL (with the bull dog logo) / 1961 ABINGDON - - 6". Good++.
(3.) KING DICK (on shaft) - - 6.25". Excellent.
(4.) KING DICK / PAT. NO. 5785-9 - - 7.5" Girder style. Excellent.
(5.) KING DICK BRITISH MADE - - 9". Largest size made. Excellent.

PiCs Lots 145 thru 156

0157. Unmarked - - 13.5" double bar turn handle to adjust coach wrench. Early round not paneled handle. Good++ with scratched owners initials "W H C".

0158. "Red Head" / "Steel City Steel Co, Patents Pending" - - 11.5". Mfd. by the Steel City Electric Co. of Pittsburgh, Penn. and patented by Andrew B. Allen of Lockland, OH on Feb. 07, 1933. Excellent. (not listed) *PAT*

0159. BAUER'S PAT. - MAR. 10, 85 - P. D. & CO. PHILA. (Paine, Diehl and Co.) - - 13" two piece handle self adjusting plier type wrench with a pin that fits into one of four holes to change adjusting range. US patent granted Mar. 10, 1885 by John C. Bauer of London, England. Excellent . (S333) *PAT*

0160. PUGSLEY'S PATENT OCT. 9. '94 (same markings both sides) - - 14" alligator wrench that adjusts with a sliding collar. Patented by William Pugsley of Lincoln, Neb, Rare Nebraska patented wrench, only second one we have had to sell. Good++ with a small jaw tip chip. (see S34 for same wrench misidentified as Rugsley's Patent) *PAT*

0161. PAT. JUNE 30, 1891 - - 12" screw and lever adjust pipe wrench. Patent No. 454917 was granted to Henry Phillips of Chicago, ILL. Scarce wrench in Excellent condition. (not listed) *PAT*

0162. A. G. COES & CO. - WORCESTER - MASS. / LINDSAY'S PATENT - DEC 12, 1865 - - 15" wood handled monkey wrench with a reinforcing bar on top of the shaft under the upper jaw. Patented by John Parker Lindsay of New Haven, Conn. This wrench was manufactured by A. G. Coes & Co for a brief period till it was replaced by the jog bar type wrenches. Good+, replaced handle. (HP16) *PAT*

0163. MADE BY - THE LOWNES MFG. CO. - HUNTSVILLE, ALA. / PATENTED APRIL 23, 1889 - FEB 10, 1891 - - 12" 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 both of Orlando, FL. Good++ with weak markings, not all readable. (S612) *PAT* - - *PAT*

0164. Unmarked (The Keith Wrench made by the Keith Mfg. Co. Aurora, ILL) - - 10.5" wood handled version of the Keith Pipe Wrench with a self adjusting jaw that can be positioned in two different slots on the handle. Patent of Mar. 10, 1891 was issued to Truman D. Keith of South Pasadena, Calif. the wood handled Keith's are hard to find. Excellent. (S684) *PAT*

0165. THE KEITH WRENCH / KEITH MFG. CO. AURORA, ILL (some weak markings, not all readable) - - 14.75" all metal version of the Keith pipe wrench like Lot 164 above. Excellent. (S684) *PAT*

PiCs Lots 157 thru 165

0166. Lot of Three: Wood Handled Monkey Wenches
(1.) ROBINSON PATENT - JUNE 16, 1885 - - 10.5" with adjusting screw supporting ferrule. Patented by Squire Robinson of Southington, Conn. Good+, some weak markings. (S413) *PAT*
(2.) WHITMAN & BARNES MFG. CO. USA - - 12" wood handled monkey wrench with ridged adjusting bolt knob. Good+.
(3.) W & B CO.- MADE IN USA with Whitman & Barnes' diamond logo - PAT. APR. 19, 98 - - 9.75" 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. Good++ with tight handle crack. (S864) *PAT*

0167. H. HUSTON'S - PAT. OCT. 21, 90 - - 10" combination quick adjust nut wrench with a hammer head, screwdriver or pry bar end, hoof cleaner and ruler markings. Patented by William Henry Huston of Mexico, Missouri. First one I have listed. Good with pitting. (not listed) *PAT*

0168. PAT MAY 16, 1871 / IMPROVED 187? (Capewell's patent) - - 8" combination plier type tool consisting of two open end wrenches, cutter, nippers, etc. Embossed with graphic designs variation. Patented by George Capewell of Cheshire Conn. on May 16, 1871. Mr. Capewell later founded the Capewell Horse Shoe Nail Company. Good+ with one cutter blade missing. (S811) *PAT*

0169. PAT. APR 30, 89 (some gweak markings) - - 8" combination caliper type adjustable nut wrench with a hammer head, a can opener, ruler and nail claw. Patent granted to Frederick A. Huehn of Chicago, IL. Excellent with plated finish. (S792, C172) *PAT*

0170. SCHLOTE AUTOMATIC PATENTED / MFG. FOR SCHOLTE BROS. INC. CO. CHICAGO, ILL. - MADE IN GERMANY - - 9.25" quick adjust nut wrench with helical shaft and sliding collar similar to Handee wrenches but much rarer. Patented by Royal H. Schlote of Milwaukee, Wisc. Aug. 17, 1948. First one seen with these markings and made in Germany. Good++. (like S529) *PAT*

0171. Unmarked (Fenton's patent) - - 15.25" turn handle to adjust pipe wrench with a lower pivoting lower jaw that can be set in two positions. Patented granted on June 15, 1875 to Charles Fenton of New York, NY. First one we have had to list. Good++. (not listed) *PAT*

0172. HAYWARD / PAT. NOV. 4, 1913 (Hayward Wrench Co. - St. Louis, Mo). - - 7" self adjusting wrench with six different pivoting joints, a lot of action going on for such a small wrench. Patented by Hubert Hayward of Aldrich, Missouri. Advertised as a bolt, nut, and pipe wrench. Rare wrench in an ultra rare size and Excellent condition. (S678, C162) *PAT*

0173. WEBB & HILDRETH CO / PAT. FEB. 6, 06 - DEC. 17, O7 - - 11". 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. Good+ with minor pitting. (S1069) *PAT* - - *PAT*

0174. STOVER PIPE WRENCH - PAT PENDG. / CANTON, OHIO - U.S.A. STEEL FORGING - - 18" rack type quick adjust wrench. Patented by Clinton W. Stover of Canton, Ohio on Aug. 01, 1911. . (S723 but without name or place of manufacture., C293) *PAT*

0175. R. R. ROUSE MF"G CO. - PAT, JULY 18, 1882 - - 8" single jaw variant 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++ with some original plating but does have a jaw edge chip. (S618, C270) *PAT*

0176. Unmarked (Kinney's patent - made by E. G. Felthousen and later Felthousen & Sherwood) - - - 17" Rare, split jawed alligator wrench, one side for nuts and one for pipe. Patent was issued to Israel Kinney of Windsor, ON Canada on Dec. 06, 1881. See Lot 465 for a cast example marked "E. G. Felthousen - Buffalo, NY - Patented". Excellent. (C134, S700) *PAT*

0177. A. H. ADAMS PIQUA, O - JAN 24, 99 - - 17" primitive looking nut and pipe wrench with a one piece lower jaw and handle assembly that is turned to adjust and a lever that pivots the upper jaw. Patent titled "Pipe and Nut Wrench" was granted to August H. Adams of Piqua, Ohio. Unique and scarce wrench. Good++ except for chipped upper jaw edge. (S583) *PAT*

PiCs Lots 166 thru 177

0178. Unmarked - -11" all metal rack type quick adjust wrench with pipe jaw inserts. Exceptionally coarse rack teeth on the shaft of this unique unidentified wrench. First one seen. Good++ with a couple chips off the jaw insert serrations. (not listed, no info found)

0179. Lot of Two: A Monkey Wrench with Pipe Jaw Attachment
(1.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER, MASS - - MECHANICS WRENCH IMPROVED - JAN 1, 1882 - - 12". Good. (HP46)
(2.) JAN. 12, 04 (Rouse's patent) - - 3.5" add on pipe jaw adapter. Patent No. 749632 was issued to George W. Rouse of Lowell, Mich. Good++. *PAT*

0180. L. COES & CO - MECHANICS WRENCH - WORCESTER MASS / PAT'D NOV 10, 1863 - FEB 23, 1865 - REISSUED JUNE 1, 1869 - - 12" Coes Mechanics Wrench with the distinctive split adjusting knurl that fits slots in the handle shaft. Patented by George C. Taft of Worcester (Patent No. 40,590) and later assigned to Coes. Good+. (HP38) *PAT*

0181. Unmarked (Merrick and Bartholemew patent) - - 13.5" early screw adjust pipe wrench probably made by Bemis & Call. Patent No. 6002 was granted to Solyman Merrick of Springfield, Mass. and Frederick H. Bartholomew of New York City, NY on Jan. 02, 1849. Good+. (S835) *PAT*

0182. ED. P. JONES / NO. 2 - PAT. DEC 5, 1893 - - 12.75" adjustable nut wrench with a set screw that adjusts the spring loaded moveable jaw. Made by Edward P. Jones of Philadelphia, Penn. and later by Bonney Vise & Tool Works also in Philadelphia. First we have listed. Good++ with extra large, strong markings. (S400, C185)

0183. Unmarked but usually found marked: "SHARK - PAT. 7-20-09 / WAKEFIELD MFG. CO. - WAKEFIELD, NEB." - - 12". shark nosed slip joint pliers with wire cutter, screwdriver and nail claw. Patented by Anton G. Carlson of Sholes, Neb. (Pat. No. 928849). Largest one we have had to list and the only one with the nail claw on the end. Good++. (S259) *PAT*

0184. W & B CO MADE IN USA (with a diamond logo) (Whitman & Barnes) - - 15" double jaw comb. nut and pipe wrench with a replaceable, rocking lower pipe jaw insert. Good+ with some hammer dents. (S865)

0185. Unmarked - - 12" early Coes type monkey wrench. Good++, excellent replace3d handle.

0186. 14 - DROP FORGED - CRESCENT FORGINGS CO.- OAKMONT PA / PATENT PENDING - CRESCO TRADEMARK - - 14"" all metal screw adjust nut wrench. Different markings than seen before. Scarce wrench in Excellent condition. (S386, C110, patent not found)

0187. Unmarked (Farrar's patent) - - 14" wood handled screw adjust nut wrench with a wooden handle. Has screw adjusted jaws on an angle adjustable head. Unique design and first one seen. Patent No. 331627 was granted to Frederick Farrar of Boston, Mass. on Dec. 1, 1885 Good++ (not listed, "Not known to have been produced" on DATAMP) *PAT*

0188. THE DIAMOND WRENCH - PAT PEN. (in a diamond logo) - - 15.75" swinging upper jaw self adjust pipe wrench. Good++. (not listed, patent not found)

PiCs Lots 178 thru 188

0189. PAT. NO. 1318176 PAT. OCT. 7 1919 NO. 1 - 32" threshing machine cylinder tooth wrench with a flexible joint socket. Patented by Michael Quint and Peter Miller Quint of Hays, Kans. Good+. *PAT*

0190. 79T (M. Rumely - La Porte, Ind.) - - 21.25" threshing machine cylinder tooth straightener. Good+. (R1-405)

0191. 184 (orphan) - - 20" threshing machine cylinder tooth straightener. Pitting.

0192. Unmarked (orphan) - - 21" heavy cast threshing tee handled threshing machine cylinder tooth wrench. Light pitting.

0193. Unmarked - - 20" threshing machine cylinder tooth ratchet wrench. Patent No. 856498 was granted on Jun. 11, 1907 to George H. Tatge of Randolph, Neb. and advertised by Port Huron Machinery and Supply Co. (of Lincoln, Neb.) as the "Lincoln Cylinder Tooth Wrench". Good+. *PAT*

0194. T62R (orphan) - - 25 " threshing machine cylinder tooth straightener? Excellent.

PiCs Lots 189 thru 194

0195. Unmarked (Birdsell Mfg. Co. - South Bend, Ind. later Allis Chalmers) - - 22.5" threshing machine cylinder tooth wrench. Excellent. (R1-53)

0196. 1683 (Huber Mfg. Co. - Marion, Ohio) - - 27.25" cast threshing machine cylinder tooth wrench. Good+, painted.

0197. 901B - 902B - 904B - - 44" threshing machine cylinder nut wrench. One of the most unusual wrenches in this auction. A lever operated ratchet wrench over three and one half feet long with dual eight point sockets for square nuts. Patented by Frank Landis of Waynesboro, Penn. on Nov. 25, 1902. Described as a wrench used on nut that are difficult to reach such as threshing machine cylinder nuts. Never seen another or anything close. Excellent. (not listed) *PAT*

0198. X899 (Aultman-Taylor - Mansfield, Ohio) - - 23.5" threshing machine tooth wrench and straightener. Good+. (R-204, listed mistakenly as Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co.)

0199. 6880G (Geiser Mfg Co. - Waynesboro Penn.) - - 18.5" cast threshing machine cylinder tooth wrench and straightener. Good++. (R3-91)

PiCs Lots 195 thru 199

0200. Unmarked (IHC 11564NA) - - 24.5" threshing machine cylinder tooth wrench and straightener. (R1-254)

0201. 6880G (Geiser Mfg Co. - Waynesboro Penn.) - - 18." cast threshing machine cylinder tooth ratchet wrench. Good++, rod handle is bent. (R3-91)

0202. LUNDS PATENT / FOSSTON CARPENTER CO. - ST. PAUL, MINN. - - 20" threshing machine cylinder tooth wrench. Patented by Henry Lund of Grafton, North Dakota on March 6, 1900. Good++. (R1-181)  *PAT*

0203. CASE / 0205T1 (with Case Eagle logo - Case T. M. Co.) - - 21" threshing machine cylinder tooth straightener. Good++. (R1-82)

PiCs Lots 200 thru 203

0204. Lot of Five: International Harvester Co. Items - Will Sell Choice Item
(1.) GA246 - IHC logo - - 9.75" piston socket wrench with IHC variation. Good++. (R1-253)
(2.) OSBORNE / PAT SEP 7 97 - - 8.5" all metal Vandegrift monkey wrench. Good with some hammer dings. (R1-363)
(3.) E435 (IHC) - v- 10.5" cast crank with square socket. Light pitting.
(4.) 112N - IHC logo - - 2.5" cat hub cap. Excellent.
(5.) SA1365A - IHC logo - - 3" cast hub cap. Excellent, not cleaned.

0205. 149-1/4E (IHC) - - 5" by 6" tee handled spark plug socket wrench for circa 1907 IHC auto buggies, trucks. Good++ with some indistinct markings. (R1-250)

0206. SA1234 - IHC logo - - 7.5 x 9.75" cast tee handled socket wrench. Good++. (R1-255)

0207. I271C (IHC cutout logo) - - 1.2.25" cast international Harvester cream separator bucket holder with large cut out IHC logo. Rusty, not cleaned..

0208. I. H. CO. - 14327-L - 207 - WILLIAMS - FORGED IN USA - XT / HARDENED - 1-1/16 - - 17" spud or construction wrench. Good++. (R1-252)

0209. Unmarked (IHC No. ???) - - Tin funnel 7-7/8" long with a 7" mouth. Excellent.

0210. Unmarked (IHC No. ???) - - Tin funnel 5-7/8" long with a 5-1/2" mouth. Excellent.

PiCs Lots 204 thru 210

0211. DEMPSTER BROTHERS, INC, - KNOXVILLE, TENN. ("R" in a diamond logo) / B-X349 - - 22" large cast hook spanner. Dempster Brothers made garbage trucks. Excellent. (not listed)

0212. 2091 (Stover Mfg. Co. - Freeport, Illinois) - - 5" Stover windmill tee handled socket wrench. Excellent. (R3-213)

0213. 232A (orphan) - - 12.5" heavy and thick double open end-S wrench Good++, small drilled hang hole.

0214. 136K (Gaar, Scott & Co) - - 15.5" large heavy extended square socket wrench. Identified from a listing in a 1911 Gaar-Scott Steam Engine Repair Price List. Only second one I have seen. Good++. (not pictured in Rathbone)

0215. 925 H (orphan) - - 10" by 13.5" extra heavy tee socket wrench. Good++.

0216. D4C403 (probably unlisted Rumely) - - 9.5" cast tee socket wrench. Not listed but the numbering system is similar and it looks similar to Rumely No. D4C191 shown on R3-192. Good+, some hammer damage, light pitting.

0217. Marked only "M" (orphan) - - 19.5" impressive looking cast double hex box end wrench. Excellent.

0218. MTM CO / 1W (Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co. Stillwater, Minn.) - - 7.5" Rare Deering Type wrench, about twice as thick and one opening less than found on most Deering Type wrenches. Good++. (R1-329)

0219. Unmarked (John Wulff's patent) - - 11.5" odd combination tool with three open and one box end wrenches and a well pump rod holder. Patented as a "Wrench and Rod Vise" by John Wulff of Blair, Nebraska on July 11, 1893 (Pat. No. 501177). Second one we had to list. Excellent. *PAT*

0220. 105N X (Advance-Rumely) - - 12.5" Steam engine wrench. Good+ (R2-4)

0221. PHILA. SILOS (Philadelphia Silos) / E. F. SCHLICHTER CO - - 11.5". Good++. (R1-416)

0222. KALAMAZOO (Link-Belt's dogbone logo and a "K" in a trapezoid logo) PAT. MAY 21, 1907 - - 10.75" cast silo door latch? Patent No. 854010 for a silo was granted to George P. Youman of Galesburg, Mich. and assigned to the Kalamazoo Tank & Silo Co. of Kalamazoo, Mich. Excellent. *PAT*

PiCs Lots 211 thru 222

0223. KOVAR PATD 3-1-1910 - - 10" adjustable wagon wrench combination tool with a hitch pin, hammer, and nail puller. Patented by Joseph Frank Pontius of Hot Springs, Arkansas, one half assigned to Peter J. Ponitus of Long Prairie, Minnesota. Some dings to hammer head otherwise Excellent. (S214) *PAT*

0224. T G MANDT WRENCH - PAT JUNE 13 - 1896 (T. G. Mandt Mfg. Co. - Stoughton, Wis. - later Moline Plow Co.) - - 10." wagon hub wrench and hitch pin. No star logo variation. Has the two ear type extensions, rarer variant). Applicable patent was issued to William John Leach of Brighton, Wisc. on Jun. 30, 1896. Excellent. (S215, R1-307, C210) *PAT*

0225. JULY 05, 1881 (Dimon's patent) - 10.75" combination wagon wrench, adjustable nut wrench, hitch pin and a wheel jack used when tightening the wheel spokes. Patent was granted to Frank S. Dimon living in Bourbon County, Kansas. Excellent, best I have seen. *PAT*

0226. T G MANDT WRENCH - PAT JUNE 13 1896 - 10 (with a star logo) (T. G. Mandt Mfg. Co. - Stoughton, Wis. - later Moline Plow Co.) - - 10." wagon hub wrench and hitch pin. Star logo, no ear extensions variation. Applicable patent was issued to William John Leach of Brighton, Wisc. on Jun. 30, 1896. Excellent. (S215, R1-307, C210) *PAT*

0227. D112 (Moline Plow Co.) - - 9.5" cast clevis pin wrench with three openings. Good++, some light pitting or casting roughness. (R1-333, parts list illustration only)

0228. Lot of Five: Unmarked PIn Wrenches - Will be Sold Choice Wrench

0229. Lot of Two: Unmarked Wagon Pin Wrenches - - 8.5" and 10.75" long. Good++.

0230. Lot of Six: Clevis Pins with Wrenches Including Some Real Odd Balls (No. 4 is marked "10" and No. 5 is marked "174", rest are not marked) - Will be Sold Choice Wrench

0231. Lot of Two: Pin Wrenches
(1.) 32 (Wheel & Seeder Co., La Crosse, Wisconsin) - - 9" cast clevis pin with three open wrench openings. round not tapered pin variation. Good++.
(2.) 13? (poor markings) / may be IHC logo - - 9.25" clevis pin with three wrench opening sizes. Some pitting.

PiCs Lots 223 thru 231

0232. PATD' NOV. 27, 1900 (Foote's patent) - - 22" combination adjustable nut holding buggy wrench, oil dispenser. jack and wheel holder. Patented by James. B. Foote of Fredericktown, Ohio.. Ad shown in Rathbone's book shows the J. B. Foote Foundry Co. of Fredericktown, Ohio as the manufactures. Also made by the Combination Wrench & Jack Co. and the Progressive Mfg. Co. both located at Salem, Ohio. Excellent with original finish and almost complete J. B. Foote Foundry Co. decal. Amazing to find a complete example in this condition (S238, R1-111) *PAT*

0233. SHAFER BROS SAN BERNARDINO CAL. / PATENT APPLIED FOR - - 9" cast buggy wrench with a square socket that can be either locked or turned by a small crank type handle. Patent No. 561823 was issued on June 09, 1896 to Joseph Shafer of San Bernardino, Calf. Rare buggy wrench, first we had to list. Wrench is excellent but finish looks like it may of been lightly sand blasted. (C277) *PAT*

0234. SALEM OHIO PAT'D NOV 2nd, 97 / COMBINATION WRENCH & JACK CO. - - 22.25" combination adjustable buggy wrench. jack and wheel holder. Design patent No. D27812 was issued to James. B. Foote of Fredericktown, Ohio. A later patent added an oilier inside the shaft of the tool (see Lot 232 above). Excellent. (S238, R1-111) *PAT*

0235. Unmarked (Tyron's patent) - - 911.5" screw adjust wrench with nut, pipe and buggy like jaws. Patented by Edward E. Tryon of Hartford, Conn. on Jan 29, 1901 and made by Hartford Hardware Co. of Hartford and Geisel Mfg. Co. of Springfield, Mass. Similar to Millea's Emergency Tool (S819). Good++, no finish. (S1105) *PAT*

0236. Unmarked Cook and McLane's "Compound Power" brace wrench. - - 15.5" adjustable brace wrench. Advertised in 1883 by Cook and McLane as a "Compound Power" brace wrench. Patents dated Dec 10, 1878, May 18, 1880 and Nov. 25, 1884 were issued to Joseph Goodrich of Henry, Illinois. Ultra rare and unusual. only second we have had to sell. Good+, cleaned, some chips and tight crack on wood pad and grip. (C108) *PAT* - - *PAT* - - *PAT*

0237. PAT SEPT 21 86 - 3 (markings indented on top side) - - 7.75" buggy wrench with nut holder inside the 1 inch box end. Patented by Henry Getman of Ilion, New York. Excellent. (R3-92) *PAT*

0238. PETCH - Rd No. 200272 - - 18" impressive looking, heavy cast wagon or carriage hub wrench with a tee handled screw adjustment on the top of the wrench. Patented in 1893 by Albany Francis Petch Similar to March's patent wrench sold last year but with the Botton jaw adjustable rather than the top jaw. First one we have had to sell. Good++, cleaned (Geesin pg 78)

0239. WEGNER - WRENCH PATD' - - 11.5" cast adjustable buggy wrench with a hammer head. A sliding bar engages coarse rack teeth on the edge of the shaft to lock or release the lower jaw. First one we have had to list. Patent not found. See Cope page 324 for info on the Fred A. Wegner & Co. of Chicago. Excellent. (S216)

PiCs Lots 232 thru 239

0240. Lot of Seven: Buggy and Wagon Type Wrenches - Will be Sold Choice Wrench
(1.) Marked only "1" - - 9.5" with square extension on one side. Excellent.
(2.) SOUTH BEND - 7/8 (South Bend Spring Wagon & Carriage Co. - South Bend, Indiana - - 9". Rare buggy wrench, don't think we have listed this one before. Excellent. (R1-428)
(3.) Unmarked - - 11" buggy wrench with large 2-3/8" octagon opening. Excellent.
(4.) Marked only "A" (Cockshutt Plow Co.) - - 11.25". Good+. (R1-106)
(5.) 7320J (Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo) / PAT'D - - 12" buggy wrench with a large 2-7/8" square opening (one of Eberhard's biggest). Good+.
(6.) Marked only "2" - - 10.75" odd buggy wrench with five wrench openings. Excellent.
(7.) Unmarked - - 12" buggy wrench with large 2" square opening on one end. Good with pitting.

0241. Unmarked - - 10", Interesting designed wagon wrench, Good+, some pitting.

0242. Lot of Four: Buggy Type Wrenches - Will be Sold Choice Wrench
(1.) 140 (in a diamond logo) (orphan) - - 10" buggy wrench with six wrench openings. Excellent.
(2.) 195 (orphan) - - 8.75" buggy wrench. Poor, pitted, new glossy black paint.
(3.) F14 (orphan) - - 6.75" buggy wrench. Excellent.
(4.) 341 (orphan) - - 10" buggy wrench with a small wagon type wrench on one end. Excellent.

0243. Lot of Three: Buggy Type Wrenches
(1.) PRATT / 2813C (Wm. E. Pratt Mfg. Co., Chicago, Illinois) - - 7.5" Dayton style buggy wrench. Good+. (R1-384)
(2.) C F & CO / QUALITY (orphan) - - 8.25". Excellent.
(3.) Unmarked - -8.75" buggy wrench with three appendixes. Part of??. Pitted.

0244. H. A. MOYER - - 9" Buggy wrench. Good+ with pitting. (R1-342, R2-210)

0245. H. A. MUCKLE ST PAUL / 310 - - 8" Buggy wrench. Excellent. (R1-343)

0246. SECHLER - MOLINE / 1 INCH (D. M. Sechler Carriage & Imp. Co. - Moline, ILL.) - - 8" buggy wrench. Solid version (also found with cut out letters). Excellent. (R1-419)

0247. H. H. BABCOCK CO.- 28 (Watertown, NY) - - 9.5" buggy wrench. Good. (R1-36)

0248. MILLERS VEHICLE WRENCH / PAT'D JAN. 27, 91 - 1 - - 8.75" cast buggy wrench, Four cutouts on end variation. Patented by John A. Miller of St. Louis, Missouri. Good+, square end has a slight twist. (R1-327) *PAT*

0249. ST LOUIS WRENCH CO / PAT JAN 27-91 -A - - 7.5" buggy Wrench. Patented by John A. Miller of St. Louis, Missouri. Good++. (R1-434) *PAT*

0250. ST LOUIS WRENCH CO / PAT JAN 27-91 - B - - 8" buggy Wrench. Patented by John A. Miller of St. Louis, Missouri. Good++. (R1-434) *PAT*

0251. L. BURG MFG CO - FARMINGTON IA - - 95" cast buggy wrench. Pitted but a hard buggy wrench to find. (R71)

PiCs Lots 240 thru 251

0252. OLIVER NO 3 - PAT APLD FOR - OLIVER MFG CO - CHICAGO USA - - 20" wagon wrench with a wooden spinner (adjusted with a wheel and rack gears version). Patent No. 865519 was issued to William H. Oliver of Chicago, ILL on Sept. 10, 1907.. Large rare size. Excellent. (S205) *PAT*

0253. - W. E. PRATT - CHICAGO - PATENT DEC 12, O5 - - 14" cast screw adjust wagon wrench with a lever tightener and a wooden spinner. Patented by Ernil Klemm of Chicago on Dec. 12, 1905 (Pat. No. 806815). More commonly seen marked International Mfg. Co. Excellent. (not listed) *PAT*

0254. Unmarked - - 14" screw adjust buggy or wagon hub wrench with double jaws. Don't think I have seen this one before. Overall light pitting. (not listed no info found)

0255. PAT FEB 1 '98 (Joy's patent wagon wrench) - - 4" cast screw adjustable wagon wrench with a lever tightener and wooden spinner. Patent No. 806815 was issued to Aden Joy of New Market, NH. Good++. (S221) *PAT*

0256. 2 - INTERNATIONAL MFG CO - PATENT DEC 12, O5 / ??08 WABASH AVE CHICAGO - - 14" cast screw adjust wagon wrench with a lever tightener and a wooden spinner. Patented by Ernil Klemm of Chicago on Dec, 12,. 1905 (Pat. No. 806815). Good+, wooden spinner has a crack. (S222) *PAT*

0257. Unmarked. Other examples seen marked "D. McFarland - Worcester, Mass - Pat. Dec. 22, 74" - - 15" adjustable buggy wrench. Rack and worm screw adjust with locking set screw and an open end wrench on the end. Patent No. 157968 was issued to David McFarland of Worcester, Mass.). Excellent. (S206) *PAT*

0258. G. L. JAMES TROY NY - - 19" all metal, adjustable buggy and wagon wrench with spinner handle. Adjusted with a wing nut at the top end of the wrench. We have sold three smaller example of this wrench but never one this large. Good+ with overall light to medium pitting. (S239)

PiCs Lots 252 thru 258

0259. AMES PLOW CO. / - - 29" neat cast and wood carriage or wagon jack.

0260. PAT. JULY 15, 90 - AUG. 4, 91 - APR 21, 96 - - 26" cast buggy jack. Good++. (patents not found, maker not known)

PiCs Lots 259 and 260

0261. IHC cast screw jack marked with IHC logos and MA3263 (on the base) and M3261 (on the top) (Complete Jack is IHC No. 11129K) - - 18" . Scarce International Harvester jack (taller version).

0262. IHC cast screw jack marked with IHC logos and MA3263 (on the base) and M5489 (on the wheel) (Complete Jack is IHC No. 11129K) - - 12" Scarce International Harvester jack (shorter version).

PiCs Lots 261 and 262

0263. Unmarked (Sedgwick's patent) - - 28.5" stretcher patented on May 8, 1883 by John Sedgwick of Richmond, Ind. as a "Wire & Cord Stretcher" Good++. (Smith No. 502)  PAT

0264. Unmarked - - 21"barb wire spool carrier. Blacksmith made.

0265. AMERICAN STEEL & WIRE CO. - AS12 / PAT APPLD FOR - S13 - - 32" cast lever type wire stretcher. Excellent. (Smith No. 301)

0266. GREUTMAN MFG.CO. - MILLER, NEBRASKA - PATENTED 1918 - - 35.5" rare walk along fence stretcher, only one seen with cast parts. Patent titled "Combination Wire Stretcher and Wagon Jack" was issue to John, William and Roma Greutman on April l8,1916. Excellent. (Smith No. 536)  PAT

0267. BP / 17 - 18 - - 20" cast lever type stretcher. Excellent. (Smith No. 365)

PiCs Lots 263 thru 267

0268. Unmarked - - 26" fence stretcher. Listed in Smith's book as a "small chain walker stretcher". Good++. (Smith No. 449)

0269. Unmarked (Negus' patent) - - 30.5" lever type wire stretcher. Patent granted on Jan 30, 1894 to William P. Negus of West Branch, Iowa. Good+. (Smith No. 331) *PAT*

0270. Unmarked - -19" wire slack taker. Blacksmith made. Excellent (similar to Smith No. 417)

0271. MANUFACTURED BY SCOTT MILLER & CO. - PATENTED - - 27" cast crimp type wire stretcher. Patent was granted to John L. Scott of Pittsburgh, Illinois on Dec. 17, 1907. Good+ with overall pitting or casting roughness. (Smith No. 417) *PAT*

0272. Marked only WS and WT (Liberty Cross' patent - - 25.5" cast wire stretcher. Patented by Liberty Cross of Poynette, Wisc. Excellent. (Smith No. 379) *PAT*

0273. NEVER SLIP WIRE STRETCHER - MFG. BY THE WARREN TOOL & FORGE CO. - WARREN, OHIO - PAT'D (also MARKED WITH several lines of instructions) / CERTIFIED MALLEABLE IRON - - 32" cast wire stretcher and staple puller patented on Feb.5, 1878. Excellent. (Smith No. 320)

PiCs Lots 268 thru 273

0274. BOARDMAN WRENCH CO. / PAT'D MAY 30, 65 - JULY 10, 66 ) - - 6" Boardman's combination nut and pipe wrench, hammer, nail claw, screwdriver, square socket and tool bit holder (in end of handle), Patents were issued on May 30, 1865 to A. W. Park of Norwich, Conn. and on Jul. 10, 1866 to Byron Boardman also of Norwich. Good. (S788) *PAT*

0275. Unmarked - - 8.75" old quick adjust nut wrench with a shaft attached to the upper jaw that slides inside the handle tube. Good++. (not listed, no info found)

0276. PAT MAY 16, 1871 / WARRANTED MALLEABLE - - 10" combination plier type tool consisting of two open end wrenches, buggy type wench, cutter, nippers, screwdriver bit, etc. Rarer version with the buggy type wrench jaws. Patented by George Capewell of Cheshire Conn. Mr. Capewell later founded the Capewell Horse Shoe Nail Company. Good++., one cuter blade is broken. (S811) *PAT*

0277. GORDON AUTOMATIC - PAT'D USA - - 7.25" quick adjust nut wrench with rack teeth and spring loaded lower jaw. Patented by William Gordon of Union, New Jersey on June 07, 1921. Good++. (S493) *PAT*

0278. Unmarked (Tyron's patent) - - 9" screw adjust wrench with nut, pipe and buggy like jaws. Patented by Edward E. Tryon of Hartford, Conn. on Jan 29, 1901 and made by Hartford Hardware Co. of Hartford and Geisel Mfg. Co. of Springfield, Mass. Similar to Millea's Emergency Tool (S819). Excellent with most of the plated finish but missing one screw. (S1105) *PAT*

0279. STEEL FORGED - PORTLAND, MI (other markings not readable) (Diamond Wrench Co. of Portland, Maine) - - 9" adjustable wooden handled wrench with flat nut and buggy type jaws. The Diamond wrenches were patented H. A. Thompson of Farmington, Maine. Good+, handle nut is not original. (S208) *PAT* - - *PAT*

0280. Marked only: PAT AUG. 3, 97 (Tripp's patent) - - 5" combination bicycle or pocket tool with a simple lever and rack quick adjust nut wench, 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. Excellent with plated finish. (S807, C64) *PAT*

0281. DIAMALLOY (in a diamond logo) - HANDYBOY - DH16 / COMPLIMENTS OF MINNESOTA POWER & LIGHT CO. - - 5.5" combination slip joint pliers, screwdriver and Crescent type wrench with advertising. Excellent, like new with plated finish.

0282. GORDON AUTOMATIC - PAT'D USA - - 7.25" quick adjust nut wrench with rack teeth and spring loaded lower jaw. Patented by William Gordon of Union, New Jersey on June 07, 1921. Good++. (S493) *PAT*

0283. BAY STATE TOOL CO (weak markings , not all readable) - BOSTON / PAT JUNE 7, 1904 - - 12" all metal quick adjust nut wrench with release lever. Patented by Fredrick Walden on June 7, 1904 (who later started Walden Mfg Co). Large size than usually seen. Good+. (S476) *PAT*

0284. 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 reversible ratcheting head. Patented by Joseph N. Noyer of Gould City, Washington. Good++. (S156T) *PAT*

0285. WEBB & HILDRETH CO / PAT. FEB. 6, 06 - DEC. 17, O7 - - 11". 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. Good++. (S1069) *PAT* - - *PAT*

0286. Marked only DEC. 04, 1906 (with a cutout star logo) - - 4.75" different little adjustable buggy or wagon hub wrench that locks the axle nut to the hub. The wheel is then turned to loosen or tighten the nut. Patented by Thomas O'Hora (Avoca, Wisc.) as a "Hub Nut Wrench for Vehicles". and marketed by the Star Carriage and Buggy Oiler Co. of Rockford, Illinois. Rare wrench in Excellent condition with most of the original finish. (not listed)  PAT.

0287. 6 - STILLSON'S WRENCH - PAT. AUG. 1882 - WALWORTH MFG. CO. - BOSTON USA - - 6.25" wooden handled Stillson type pipe wrench with a screwdriver on the end with a threaded cap like the all metal Trimo Emergency Wrench. Patent granted to Caleb C. Walworth of Boston, Mass. on Aug. 08, 1882. Good++ except the adjustable jaw is chipped.. *PAT*

0288. A. P. JOY - Rockingham, NH / PAT FEB 1, 98 - NO. 1 - - 10" adjustable wagon wrench with a wooden spinner knob. Patent was issued to Adin Phillips Joy of New Market, NH. Excellent. (S221) *PAT*

0289. Unmarked - - 12" twist handle wench with nut and pipe jaws. Good+.

0290. NO. 0 - THE BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - PATENTED JUNE 6, 1871 - - 9" plier type nut and pipe wrench with a short adjusting arm attached to the pivoting upper jaw. Originally mfg. by the Barwick Wrench Co. of Boston, Mass. Patented 6-6-1871 by Wm. Barwick. Excellent except for a minor jaw lip chip. (S855) *PAT*

PiCs Lots 274 thru 290

0291. BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. - MADE FOR POPE MFG. CO. / C. E. BILLINGS PAT'D FEB. 18TH, 1879 (with ruler markings on shaft) - - 5" center screw adjust bicycle wrench with one side exposed variation. Excellent with plated finish. *PAT*

0292. 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" Excellent. (S526, C46) *PAT*

0293. WM. HJORTH JAMESTOWN N.Y. - PAT SEP. 8, 1903 - - 6" combination plier wrench wire tool with a wire cutter, screwdriver, and tack puller advertised as "The Lightning" Patented by Arthur W. Hjorth of Jamestown, NY. Excellent, scarce small size with most of the original plating. (like Smith No. 75, C168, not in Schulz) *PAT*

0294. 4-6 IN. CRESTOLOY STEEL - MADE IN USA / CRESCENT TOOL CO. - JAMESTOWN, NY - - 6" double ended Crescent adjustable wrench with 4" and 6" heads. Good++, plated finish with a "X" scratched on one jaw face..

0295. THE ARMSTRONG RAPID No. 1. - PAT. DEC. 9, 79, MAR. 27, 83 / F. ARMSTRONG - BRIDGEPORT, CONN. - - 7" rack type quick adjust with a lever for applying additional tightening pressure. 1879 patent was issued to Dan Foster of Waltham, Mass. and the1883 to Frank Armstrong, Bridgeport, Conn. Scarce small size. Good with some pitting. (S474, C42) *PAT*

0296. QUIXET RAPID RENCH [sic] TRADEMARK - THE S & A MFG. CO. BOSTON - PAT. APL'D FOR - - 7.75" quick adjust rack wrench. Scarce little wrench, only third one of this size we have had to sell. Good++, minor jaw edge damage. (S105, patent not found)

0297. IVER JOHNSON (Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Co. of Fitchburg, Mass.) - - 5.5" side screw adjust with a screwdriver bit insert on the end. (usually these have a tire tool type end). Excellent. (different than S99D2)

0298. STEPHENS WRENCH / PAT'D DEC 21, 09 - - 7.5" rotating head open end wrench. Patented by Harry E. Stephens of Elgin, Illinois. Good++, cyanide heat treatment finish. *PAT*

0299. VOLVO - AB BAHCO - STOCKHOLM / V-STEEL - 8" BAHCO 31 - MADE IN SWEDEN - - 8" Crescent type wrench with alligator wrench on end. Excellent, like new.

0300. WAKEFIELD WIZARD - No. 120 - MADE IN WORCESTER, MASS. - PATENTS PENDING IN USA AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES - - 8" double ended nut wrench with quick adjust sliding jaw. Good++. Patent was granted on 22-21-1922. to Joseph F. Oliver of Worcester, Mass. and assigned to Clarence E. Wakefield also of Worcester. Excellent. (S1099, C317) *PAT.*

0301. 8 IN NUT GEARENCH (sic) TRADE MARK - FORGED STEEL - PAT'D 6-1-26 / GEARENCH MFG. CO. - HOUSTON TEXAS - - 8." quick adjust wrench patented by Joseph Peterson of College Station, Texas. With the patent date variation. Excellent. (S671) *PAT*

0302. TRADEMARK WRENCH & FORGING. (with logo) - WRIGHT WRENCH - CANTON, OHIO. / PAT 3 - 04 STEEL FORGING - - 8" all metal quick adjust nut wrench with replaceable rack teeth.. Patented by Lewis Ash and Hiram B. Stewart both from Hassel, MT. Usually found marked Tacoma, Wash. and with two patent dates. Good+ with some minor edge dings. (S543, C342) *PAT*

0303. IMP. ANGLE WRENCH / BLOOMINGTON, ILL - PATENTED. - - 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+. (S311) *PAT*

0304. REED MFG. CO. - ERIE, PA.USA / PAT. AUG. 10, 97 - - 6" scarce small size self adjusting wrench. Patent was issued to Albert Katzki of Erie, PA. Good++. (S334) *PAT*

0305. NEVER-STALL - MATHEWS - DAYTON, OHIO / PATENTED - DROP FORGED STEEL - - 10.25" combination tool with adjustable wrench, pliers, screwdriver, nail claw, etc. Made at various times by Mathews, Forshee Mfg, and Thomas Mfg. Co. all of Dayton, Ohio. Excellent. (S818, C213, Smith-81)

PiCs Lots 291 thru 305

0306. ROCKFORD WRENCH - AMERICA COMPANY (with an "AC" logo) - MOMENCE, ILL. - USA - PATENTED MAR. 7, 1905 (poor markings, not all readable) - - 7" adjustable alligator wrench with a pivoting attachment that locks the jaw position. Good, weak markings, pitting. spring shown in patent is either missing or broken. (not listed) *PAT*

0307. HURLEY WRENCH PATENT / GUARANTEED - - 8" adj. alligator wrench with an eccentric geared disk locks the spring loaded lower jaw in position. Patent Jan 05, 1915 by John Hurley of Portland, Oregon. RARE Good+, couple areas with pitting. (not in Schulz or Cope)

0308. BULL TERRIER (in Whitman & Barnes diamond logo) - PAT. MAR. 26, 1901 - MADE IN USA - - 7" screw adjust alligator wrench. Patent was granted to Henry J. Martin of Chicago, IL and assigned to the Whitman & Barnes Mfg. Co. of Akron, Ohio. One of the rarer Whitman & Barnes Wrenches, only second we have had to sell. Good++. (not in Schultz, C330) *PAT*

0309. Unmarked (Cronk and Carrier - Elmira, NY) - - 6.5" sliding type adjustable alligator wrench with single hex box wrench on the opposite end. Patent issued to William Cronk of Montour Falls, NY on Oct. 22, 1912. Good++. (S29) *PAT*

0310. Unmarked (Cronk and Carrier - Elmira, NY) - - 8.5" sliding type adjustable alligator wrench with a large round hole on the opposite end. Usually seen with a hex wrench instead of the round hole on the end. Patent issued to William Cronk of Montour Falls, NY on Oct. 22, 1912. Good++. (similar to S29) *PAT*

0311. Marked only PA. PEND. - - 7.5" different screw adjust alligator wrench with a set screw that adjusts the upper jaw. Looks likea patent No. 1,115,763 granted on Nov. 03, 1914 to Charles H. Allen of Oakland, NJ. Good++. (S42) *PAT*

0312. THE TRIPLET WRENCH - PAT APPLIED FOR (weak markings, no all readable) - - 5.5" double ended bicycle or pocket wrench with adjusting bolt and alligator heads plus two tap holders. Patented by John Anderson of Portland, Conn. and mfg. by G. L. Holt Co. of Hartford, Conn. Also made or sold by Stanley for a short time circa 1913. Good++, weak markings. (S106) *PAT*

0313. KRAEUTER & CO. - NEWARK, N. J. - PAT. MAY 26 0 03 - -6.75" screw adjustable alligator wrench. Early version of the "Bonney" wrench patented by Charles Bonney of Portsmouth, Ohio. Kraeuter & Co. of Newark, NJ made this style alligator wrench only for a short period before changing to the "Victor" style. Good+. (see S37 for more commonly found version) *PAT*

0314. Unmarked (Cronk patent) - - 6.5" quick adjust alligator wrench. Patented July 5, 1904 by William Cronk of Montour Falls, NY and mfg. by the Cronk and Carrier Co. of Elmira, NY. Good++. (S30) *PAT*

0315. Unmarked (Cronk patent) - - 7..25" quick adjust alligator wrench slightly longer than the Cronk in Lot 314 above. Good with pitting on one side. (S30) *PAT*

0316. PATENTED MAY 26-1903 / NO. 3 . - - 10" screw adjustable "Bonney" alligator wrench patented by Charles Bonney of Portsmouth, Ohio. Kraeuter & Co. of Newark, NJ made this style alligator wrench only for a short period before changing to the "Victor" style. 10" length was the longest and rarer of the three sizes produced. Only THIRD No. 3 model I have seen. Excellent. (see S37 for more commonly found version) *PAT*

0317. 12 IN CRAFT PAT'D / DROP FORGED (with a "L" in a diamond logo) - - 12" screw adjust alligator wrench. Excellent except for small drilled hang hole at the end of the handle. (not listed, patent not found)

PiCs Lots 306 thru 317

0318. WEBSTER & CO. - NEW YORK / Can't read markings but should be: "WM. WEBSTER / PAT. FEB. 9, 1864" - - 12" wood handled center screw, threaded shaft nut wrench with the removable (and easily losable) pipe jaw adapter, Patent was issued to William Webster of Morrisania, NY and was also mfg. by Walton & Co. and H. A. Rogers both of New York. First one we have had to list. Good++, tight handle crack. (not in Schultz, C324) *PAT*

0319. Unmarked - - 16" twist handle with nut and pipe jaws (solid version) and a hex adjusting nut. Good+. with minor dings.

0320. 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++. (S664) *PAT*

0321. BOYNTON'S PATENT / JUNE 14, 1887.- - 15.5" Heavy-duty screw adjust alligator wrench made by the Campbell Printing Press & Mfg Co. of New York. flat lower jaw variant. Patent issued to Edward S. Boynton of New York. Excellent. (S28) *PAT*

0322. F. ARMSTRONG BRIDGEPORT, CONN. - - 13.5 " wood handled screw and self adjust pipe wrench. Armstrong made several different wrenches but I don' recall seeing this one before. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0323. "REX" - AUBURN N.Y. - PAT JUNE 5, 1894 - - 15" scarce lever operated quick adjust rack wrench. Patented by Charles Van De Water of Auburn, New York as a pipe or nut wrench. Excellent. (S716, C313) *PAT*

0324. WESTCOTT / 14 IN PIPE - - 14.5" massive curved handle Crescent type with serrated pipe jaw insert, solid handle variation. Good++.

0325. Jackson's Patent 14 Inch / W. W. WHITEHEAD CO - DAVENPORT, IOWA - - 15.75" lever operated quick adjust pipe wrench. Pat. by Ambrose F. Jackson of Rock Island, IL. on Feb. 26, 1901. Overall light pitting. (S682) *PAT*

PiCs Lots 318 thru 325

0326. Unmarked but same wrench found marked "FATKIN PAT NOV 27, 94 - FATKIN MFG CO NY" - - 12" different screw adjust pipe wrench with pivoting lower jaw. Advertised as "The Defender". Good+. (S599) *PAT*

0327. 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. Only second one we have listed. Excellent. (C293) *PAT*

0328. Unmarked (Buzzell's patent) - - 13" rare adjustable alligator wrench with a wooden handle. Patented by George H. Buzzell of Boston, Mass. on Oct. 14, 1890. Excellent. (see S24 for an all metal example) *PAT*

0329. KWIKSET - A. G. PIPE WRENCH PAT SEP 7, 26 - - 13.55" quick adjust rack type pipe wrench with lever that controls the upper jaw. Mfg. by the Mechanics Wrench and Tool Company, Marshalltown, IA. Patented by Carl, Emil, and Sigfred Bjornson from Bentley, Alberta, Canada. The A. and G. on the wrench stands for Adams and Grey (for Joe Adams and Archie Gray of Marshalltown). Excellent. (S686) *PAT*

0330. LITTLES' AUTOMATIC WRENCH CO. - CRESSON. PA (with a L. W. Co, logo) / PATENTED JUNE 11, 1912 - - 10" triple pivoting self adjust pipe wrench. Patented by William A. Little of Cresson, PA. Excellent. (S339) *PAT*

0331. Unmarked - - 10" all metal cast malleable monkey wrench with basket weave design handle. Patents granted to O. B. North of New Haven, Conn. on Jan. 11, 1876 and Jan 9, 1877. Good++. (S372) *PAT* and *PAT*

0332. Can't read all the markings but should read "F. W. MACKE & CO - QUICKSET - WRENCHES - PAT'D APRIL 22, 1919" - - 10" all metal screw and quick adjust nut wrench with a lever that raises the knurled nut off the coarse rack teeth for quick adjustment. Patent granted to Joseph Nielander of Kokomo, Ind. Good. (S616) *PAT*

0333. Unmarked - - 11" combination hamer and adjustable wrench with hinged spring loaded jaws adjusted with a bolt and wing nut. Larger size than seen before. Patented by L. S. and E. G. Hoyt of Croton Falls, Mass on May 29, 1866). Good++. (S882) *PAT*

0334. MECHANICS WRENCH IMPROVED - JAN 1, 1882 / L. COES & CO - WORCESTER, MASS - - 1" wood handled monkey wrench with split adjusting nut. Good+, minor dings, excellent replaced walnut handle.. (HP40)

0335. 75cts. - GARRICK'S PAT. JUNE 29, 1869 - MAY 9, 1871 / DAVID HEATON AND CO. - PROVIDENCE, R. I. - - 11" cast combination tool comprising of a hammer, nail-puller, pot and cover lifter, scraper, pincers, gas tongs, nut cracker, ruler, screwdriver, box opener, carpet stretcher and adjustable wrench. Patents were granted to Thomas Garrick of Providence, Rhode Island. Excellent. (S800) *PAT* - - *PAT*

PiCs Lots 326 thru 335

0336. A. KINDERMANN - PAT. JAN 25, 1870 - - 13" wood handled self adjusting nut wrench. Probably earliest example of this type of wrench produced. Design patent was issued to A. Kindermann of Cleveland, Ohio. An all metal version was also produced, this wooden handle type is considerably rarer. Metal is Good+ with some light pitting, handle is Good++.. (see S324 for a all metal version) *PAT*

0337. PAT JUNE 26, 1855 (Bristol's patent) - - 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*

0338. KEYSTONE MF'G. CO. - BUFFALO, NY / PAT. NOV. 6, '83 - 3 PATS FEB. 10, '91 - - 9" combination adjustable jaw and reversible ratchet wrench. Patented by Charles H. Myers of Phelps, NY and marketed as the NONPAREIL ratchet wrench and drill. Excellent with nickel plating. (S153, C189) *PAT* - - *PAT* - - *PAT*

0339. Unmarked - - 8.25" different cast crew adjust pipe wrench with serrated jaws. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0340. EVER GRIP - - 8" turn handle to adjust wrench with flat nut type jaws version. Patent 9-7-1915 by William Estes of Ozark, Missouri. Smaller size than normally seen. Good+ with several dings. (S626) *PAT*

0341. KING & HOUGH - PAT'D - - 10.25" 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. on June 24, 1890. Rare wrench. Good++. (S498, C192) *PAT*

0342. MFD. BY McKAIG-HATCH INC. - BUFFALO NY / 8 IN - FORGED ALLOY - MADE IN USA - - 108" Crescent type adjustable wrench with notched jaws and an adjusting lever. Good++. (S465)

0343. PORTER MFG. CO - REVERE MASS - PAT. JAN 15. 84 - - 12.25" stoutly constructed self adjusting pipe wrench, with a robust spring loaded jaws. Patent No. 291934 was issued to Daniel R. Porter of Revere, Maine. Excellent. (S708) *PAT*

0344. RAPID - PAT APPLIED FOR - - 10" rare rack type quick adjust wrench with nut and pipe jaws and rack teeth on both side of the shaft. Only second one we have had to sell.. Good++. (not listed, no info found)

0345. EMPIRE - 14 / PAT DEC 29, 1896 - - 13" quick adjust pipe wrench patented in 1896 by James Pierce and in 1903 by Karl Peterson (founder of the Crescent Tool Co.) and mfg by William Hjorth & Co of Jamestown, New York. Good++ except for a upper jaw chip. (S669) *PAT* and *PAT*

0346. STANDARD TOOL CO. - ATHOL, MASS - USA / PAT. JUNE 8, 1880 - - 12.25" wooden handled screw and quick adjust nut wrench with a spring loaded bar that releases the lower jaw from the screw threads. . Patented by Stephen Bellows of Athol, Mass. on June 8, 1880. Advertised as the "Rapid Transit Wrench" Much scarcer than the all metal version. Good++, small nick on the handle. (S526, C46) *PAT*

0347. HAMILTON HANDY WRENCH / PAT'D OCT. 26, 1909 - - 14.5" unique looking combination nut and pipe quick adjust wrench. A spring loaded pawl engages rack teeth on the moveable jaws when released. Patent No. 938319 was granted to Edward D. Hamilton of Mattoon, ILL. Neat, rare wrench, first one we have seen. Excellent except the spring loaded pawl is tight and won't engage with the jaw rack teeth. (not listed) *PAT*

PiCs Lots 336 thru 347

0348. 219 (Deere) - - cast row marker for corn planter.

0349. 6709C with a JD logo (Deere) - -3" cast John Deere corn nubber. Excellent.

0350. JOHN DEERE - - 9.75" tin tool box. Minor pitting.

0351. 2011 with JD logo (TY2011) - - 7" John Deere rifveting tool. Excellent. (DC599)

0352. DAIN (Deere No. BP6474E) - - 15" wood handle monkey wrench. Rare John Deere wench in poor condition , pitted and one handle slab missing, (DP274)

0353. Unmarked (Deere F3537R) - - 20.5" flat steel soe. Excellent. (DC320)

0354. Lot of Two: John Deere cast hubcaps
(1.) K439 - SCREW UP TIGHT - JD logo (Deere) - - 3".
(2.) JD2502 - JD logo (Deere) - - 3.25".

0355. Unmarked (Deere C1591R) - - 2.25" cast socket (1-1/16" female and 7/8" male). Used with the D1083R Deere wrench. Good++. (DC279)

0356. Y1575B / JD logo (Deere) - - 6.5" Cast corn planter check wire reel crank. Excellent. (DC532)

0357. Y1575B / JD logo (Deere) - -6.5" cast corn planter check wire reel crank. Excellent. (DC532)

0358. G675A - JD logo / JD logo (Deere) - - 8" heavy John Deere plow hitch with old weld repair.

0359. H2458B / 13 (Deere?) - - 6.25 cast lever? Good++, green paint.

0360. JOHN DEERE TY3272 USA - - 6.5" slip joint pliers. Good++ with most of the original plating

PiCs Lots 348 thru 360

0361. DEERE & CO (Deere No. HZ5061) - - 8" wood handled monkey wrench, knurled adjusting knob variation. Good++. (DC346)

0362. DEERE & CO (Deere No. H25322) - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench, ridged adjusting knob variation. Excellent. (DC346)

0363. Unmarked (Deere No. P4177) - -11" single box end with spud wrench type pointed end. Good with pitting. (DC480)

0364. DEERE & CO / M123 - - 11" with hammer head. Good++. (DC424)

0365. Marked only "B" (Deere / Kemp) - - Socket with 12" shaft. Excellent. (DC241)

0366. JOHN DEERE (B353R) - -15.75". Flat shaft, six and twelve point box ends variant. Good++. (DC251)

0367. L1146 (for John Deere No. 114 Roughage Mill) - - 14.25" forged double box end wrench. Scarce Deere Wrench Excellent. (DC416)

0368. DAIN MFG CO / CARROLLTON MO (Dain No. J81E later John Deere) - - 10". Seldom is an ultra rare wrench combined with a extraordinary visual presence encountered. This wrench is the rare exception. Extra thick with large, elevated lettering it has a striking appearance. As for rarity only a very few have been reported in collections. Less are known than the super expensive John Deere TR590 cutout wrench (we have sold two TR590's but this is the only the second Carrollton Dain we have had to list. The DAIN Mfg. Cop. was located in Carrollton, Missouri for ten years (1890 to 1900) before moving to Ottumwa, Iowa. Very poor condition with two broken jaws and severe pitting. (DC357, R1-121)

0369. DAIN MFG CO / OTTUMWA IA. (Dain No. J81E later John Deere) - - 10". Large (3/4") letters variant. Good++. (DC356)

0370. Marked only "A" (indented) (Deere) - - 10" used with B and C sockets for Kemp &: Burpee spreaders. Good++. (DC144)

0371. A124A / U (Deere) - - 4.25" tee wrench, numbered up shaft with two holes variation. Excellent. (DC153)

0372. A124 / U (Deere) - - 4" Tee wrench. Numbered across head variant. Excellent. (like DC150)

0373. A124 (Deere) - - 4" Tee wrench. Numbered across head variant. Excellent. (lDC150)

0374. VAN   BRUNT (Deere) - - 7" stud on back side, space between words and unusual serif type letters (extra stroke or decorative design on the end of letters). First one I have seen and not listed in Dan Chopiak's John Deere Tool List. Good++. (similar to DC287)

0375. 773 (Marseilles-Deere) - - 9" rare Deere wrench, only second we have had to list. Would grade excellent except there is some damage to one jaw. (DC73)

0376. M10341M - JD N 1 - - 10.5" disc straightener for grain drills. Excellent. (D458, R1-134)

0377. D34 - U (Deere) - - 8.5". Good++. (DC281)

0378. Marked only "B" (Deere / Kemp-Burpee) - - 5.75" socket. Good+, poor casting on the "B". (DC239)

0379. Unmarked (Deere Hoover No. 702) - - 10" for Deere Hoover potato digger. Overall pitting. (DC71)

PiCs Lots 361 thru 379

0380. Unmarked - - 13" Plier type tool and hammer with a wire cutter. Good++. (Smith No. 78)

0381. WARRANTED STEEL TOOL - PAT MAY 10, 92 L. HINKLE .. INDIANAPOLIS IND / same making both sides - - 10.5" combination pliers type tool with hammer poll, wire cutters, tack claw, screwdriver and a saw set. Patented was granted to Leonard Hinkle - Indianapolis, Indiana. Good++, refinished. (not in Smith's book) *PAT*

0382. Unmarked - - 11" hammer, staple puller and a spring loaded plunger type staple setter. (Smith No. 182)

0383. JACOBS / PAT. 1966298 - - 12.25" all metal fencing combination tool with a claw hammer, splicing tool and staple puller. Patented July 10, 1934 by Nicholas M. Jacobs of Harlan, Iowa. Good+, some markings not readable. (Smith No. 177) *PAT*

0384. Unmarked (Matheney's patent) - - 11" well constructed hammer type fencing tool with wire cutters and a staple remover. Patent No. 820723 was granted to Otis Matheney of Chrismam, Illinois on May 15, 1906. Rare fencing tool, never seen another one. Excellent condition. (not in Smith's bookl) *PAT*

0385. DISC

0386. Unmarked - - 9.5" staple puller and crimper. Poor, severe pitting. (similar to Smith No. 101)

0387. P'T. A'P. F'R. - - 11.25" fence staple puller and wire cutter Patented by Henry Breiding of Sterling, Illinois on June 25, 1907. Good+ with overall light pitting. (Smith 87) *PAT*

0388. Unmarked - - 12" heavy duty all metal hammer and nail claw. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0389. PAST. 3-17-03 - MEXICO TOOL CO. - MEXICO, MO - - 9.5" fence staple puller. Patent issued to George P. Haley of Mexico, Missouri on Mar. 17. 1903. Good but as a couple areas of sever pitting. (Smith No. 203) *PAT*

0390. Unmarked - - 10.5" cast wire twister. Pitting. (couldn't find in Smith's book)

0391. Lot of Two: Fencing Tools
(1.) Unmarked - - 9.5" pliers with wire cutters and special jaw openings. Fair, pitted. (not listed, no info found)
(2.) Unmarked - - 7.5" wire wrapper and wrench. Good++, painted. (Smith No. 781)

0392. D & B PAT. AUG. 10, 75 / same makings both sides - - 12." early cast iron wire barbing tool. Patent was issued to John Dobbs and Benjamin F. Booth , both from Victor, Iowa. Good++. (Smith 165) *PAT*

PiCs Lots 380 thru 392

0393. DUNLAP - - 12.25" all metal combination fencing hammer with staple puller and nail claw. Excellent. (Smith 179)

0394. Unmarked - -12.5" wooden hammer fencing hammer with staple puller. Good.

0395. Unmarked (Hose's patent fencing hammer) - - 13.5" wooden handle claw hamer with wire tying hole. Patent No. 1362797 was issued on Dec. 21, 1920 to Titus Sheard Hose o Little Falls, NY. Good+. (Smith No. 188) *PAT*

0396. PATENT PENDING / MADE IN USA - - 11.5" all metal combination fencing hammer with staple puller, wire tightener hole and nail claw. Good+, light pitting. (Smith No. 180)

0397. Marked only F5 - - 12.75 cast fencing tool with a hammer, nail claw, wrench and a hook on the end. Excellent. (Smith No. 187)

0398. PAT PEND with "SC" in a sunburst logo - - 6.5" cast wire gripping tool. Excellent (Smith No. 118)

0399. Unmarked - - 9" wire cutter. Good++. (couldn't find in Smith's book)

0400. Unmarked - - 12.5" combination fencing tool with a hammer, screwdriver, chisel, nail puller and alligator wrench. Advertised in 1901 as "The Handy Andy Hammer" by the F. R. Patch Co. of Rutland, Vermont. Good+. (Smith No. 190, C243)

0401. GIANT GRIP STAPLE PULLER - J. L. KELLEY - ERIE, PA. - - 11" combination fencing tool with a hammer, staple puller and nail claw. Light pitting. (Smith No. 193)

0402. Lot of Two: Unmarked - - 13" pliers type barbing tool. Identified in Smith's book as Charles Kennedy's (of Hinckley, Illinois) July 25, 1876 patent. One is Good++, other is pitted. (Smith No. 166) *PAT*

0403. U. S. PAT. 255087 - -13. 5" cast What's It. Patent No. 255087 issued to Larry Sagendorph of Cincinnati on March 14, 1882 is for a special strip to fasten roofing material? Excellent. *PAT*

0404. WIRE KING - THE OSBUND CO. INC. / GRANTS PASS, ORE - PAT. PEND. - -17" cast combination fencing tool. Excellent. (Smith No. 120)

PiCs Lots 393 thru 404

0405. R & R TOOL CO. - CRIMP-TITEN - PAT APP 39921-58 - - 8.75" fence tightener. Excellent, original paint. (patent not found, couldn't find in Smith's book)

0406. R - PAT APPLIED FOR - - 10" cast wire tightener?. Excellent, painted. (patent not found, couldn't find in Smith's book)

0407. FENCE TOOL - PAT. NO. 1,207,367 - F. A. BUSWELL - CHATTANOOGA, OKLA. - -10" Combination hammer, staple puller, wire twister. Good++.some weak markings, painted. (Smith 712) *PAT*

0408. PAT. SEP. 10, 1889 - - 11.5" twisting tool for fence wires, Patented by William and H. H. Yount of Troy, Ohio. Excellent, painted. (Smith No. 697) *PAT*

0409. BROWN FENCE CO. - CLEVELAND O. / BROWN FENCE CO. - CLEVELAND O. - - 10.75" cast fencing tool with a ratcheting center section and lever lock. This is part of a two part tool. Excellent. (Smith 701)

0410. PATD JUNE 3, 1884 - - 7" wire fastener for making a gate out of each strand of fence wire. Pat. by Edward Cooper of Buffalo, NY. Excellent. (couldn't find in Smith's book) *PAT*

0411. Lot of Two: Wire grabs marked X514 - X515 - - 5.5". Excellent. (Smith No. 753)

0412. FRANKLIN WIRE GRIP - MFD. BY FRANKLIN SERUM CO. - DENVER, COLO. USA - - 6.5" cast wire grip. Patented by Abraham G. Maasdam of Steamboat Springs, Colo. on Aug. 19, 1952. Good++. (Smith 760) *PAT*

0413. Unmarked - - 7" cast in line fence tightener. Good++, not cleaned. (Smith No. 639)

0414. PAT. PEND - - 8" cast combination fence stretcher, hammer, staple puller like the Little Queen (long handle version). Good++. (patent not found, Smith 232)

0415. Lot of Two: Wire Tools
(1.) FOGLE MFG CO SHELBYVILLE, IND / PATS. 2566133 - 2611397 - - 7.75" wire splicing tool. Patented by Isaac O. Limpus of Shelbyville, IN on Aug. 28, 1951 and Sep. 23, 1952. Excellent. (same tool but marked Eagle Mfg. Co. - Shelbyville, Ind. is shown in Smith's book No.746) *PAT* - - *PAT*
(2.) Unmarked - - 6" cast wire crimper? Good++. (not in Smith's book)

PiCs Lots 405 thru 415

0416. FENCE MASTER - PAT. NO. 2462250 - - 10" combination fencing tool with a hammer, staple puller, nail claw, cutters, pliers, etc. Patent titled "Staple Puller" was issued to Howard David Andrews of Salinas, Calif. on Feb. 22, 1949. Excellent. (Smith No.15) *PAT*

0417. Unmarked (Foote Mfg. C. - Dayton, O) - - 11.5" neat but impracticable combination tool consisting of a hatchet, hammer, pliers, wire cutter, crimper, screwdriver and an adjustable auto type nut wrench. One of four variations of similar combinations made by the Foote Mfg. Co. of Dayton Ohio. Good++.

0418. Unmarked (Foote Mfg. C. - Dayton, O) - - 11.5" combination tool like Lot No. 289 above but with a nail claw instead of a hatchet. Good++.

0419. Unmarked (National Tool Co.) - - 13" combination fencing tool with a hatchet, hammer, alligator type wrench, nail claw, screwdriver-pry bar, leather punch, wire cutter, pliers, etc. Advertised by the National Tool Co. of Three Rivers, Mich. as "Everybody's Friend - 12 Tools in One". Patent was granted on April 12, 1904 to Warren W. Helle and Rudolph Brockman both from Hinsdale, Illinois.. Good++. (Smith No. 6) *PAT*

0420. HAYNES-BATES MP'G CO. - DEARBORN ST. CHICAGO - WARRANTED - HIGH GRADE TOOL STEEL PATENT PENDING - - 12.5" great combination tool with a hatchet, pliers, hammer, alligator type wrench, wire cutter, cork screw, screwdriver, can opener, and a knife blade. It looks like part of a leather punch is missing. Patent was found that was granted on Jul. 04, 1905 to James M. Sullivan of Chicago. Good++. (Smith No. 8) *PAT*

0421. RED VIKING - BOX 228 - BLOOMFIELD, IND - PAT PEND. - - 11" combination fencing type tool with hatchet, hammer, plier wrench, screwdriver, etc. Excellent with original paint.. (Smith-1)

0422. Unmarked - - 14" hatchet type combination fencing tool consisting of a hammer, hatchet with a nail puller slot, pliers, wire cutters, screwdriver or pry bar. I think you could even crack nuts with this thing. Neat fencing tool, not listed, never seen another. Good+. (not listed, no info found)

0423. Lot of Two:
(1.) Marked only "8" (Moline Plow Co.) - - 10.5" malleable combination hammer, nail claw and square box wrench (hollow handle variation). Tip of one nail claw has broken off (have the piece with wrench) otherwise Good++. (R332, Smith No. 185)
(2.) Marked only "8" (Moline Plow Co.) - - 10.5" malleable combination hammer, nail claw and square box wrench (solid handle variation). Excellent. (R332, Smith No. 186)
(1.) Marked only "8" (Moline Plow Co.) - - 10.5" malleable comb. hammer, nail claw and square box wrench (hollow handle variation). Good Plus. (R332)

PiCs Lots 416 thru 423

0424. Unmarked but should read: WALKER'S PATENT - JAN 5, 1875 / JAN 5, 1875 - - 15.5" screw adjust with a different style offset wood handle. Benjamin L. Walker's of Sing Sing, NY patent applies. Good+ with light pitting, excellent replaced handle (handles are often missing on this wrench). (S421. C320) *PAT*

0425. LINDSAY'S PATENT - DEC 12, 1865 / ?NIO???? - E.'Z? BETH???? (Union Mfg Co. - Elizabethport, NJ) - - 15" wood handled monkey wrench with a reinforcing bar on top of the shaft under the upper jaw. Patented by John Parker Lindsay of New Haven, Conn. several companies are known to have made this wench beside the Union Mfg. Co. including: Manvel & Lindsay, A. G. Coes & Co., Lindsay and Walton and Walton and Co. Good with very poor markings, former owner's ID "WHB" scratched on side of jaw face. (see S402, see C321) *PAT*

0426. HOLLANDS MFG CO. / PAT NOV. 15, 92 - ERIE, PA. - - 16" simple self adjust cast pipe wrench with a wooden handle. Patented by Alfred N. Parnall of Erie, Penn. and advertised as the "Eagle" pipe wrench. First one we have listed. Good++. (C170) *PAT*

0427. VANDEGRIFT MF'G CO. - PAT. JAN 13, 1891- - 13.25" quick adjust pipe wrench. Patented by Theodore F. Vandegrift of Noah, Indiana. Vandegrift's sliding wedge adjustable wenches are everywhere but this one is hardly ever seen. Rare wrench, only second one we have had to offer and it had unreadable markings. Excellent, strong distinct markings. (S725) *PAT*

0428. Unmarked - - 16" strange wooden handled screw adjust pipe wrench with a barrel like adjusting sleeve that adjusts a handled lower jaw. First one seen. Overall light pitting, excellent replacement wooden handle. (not listed, no info found)

0429. "HERCULES" - PAT. Feb 27. 83 - MAR 3, 91 - - 12" combination nut and pipe twist handle wrench with the reversible spring loaded lower pipe jaw. These double jawed wrenches were advertised at various times as the Holland's Acme or Hercules combination nut and pipe wrenches. Patents were issued to Frederick H. Seymour of Detroit, MIch. and Frank S. Cook of Chicago. Good++. (similar to S564) *PAT* -- *PAT*

0430. WALWORTH MF'G. CO. - BOSTON - PAT'D OCT 19, 1883? - - 12.5" heavy, robust all metal screw adjust pipe wrench with an unusual round jaw holder insert. Patent was no found (Oct. 19, 1883 is not a US patent date). Good++. (not listed, no info found)

0431. L. WALKER'S PATENT - JAN 5, 1875 / JAN 5, 1875 - - 12" screw adjust with a different style offset wood handle. Benjamin L. Walker's of Sing Sing, NY patent applies. Good+ with light pitting, excellent replaced handle (handles are often missing on this wrench), some markings are not readable . (S421. C320) *PAT*

0432. Unmarked (Hewet's 1840 patent) - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench with a threaded adjusting tube, probably made by E. F. Dixie Of Worcester, Mass. Patented by Henry Wheaton Hewet of New York, NY on Jun. 27, 1840. Rare, very early wrench patent that predates Coes 1841 patent for his monkey wrench. *PAT*

0433. TRADEMARK WRENCH MFG. CO. - WRIGHT WRENCH - CANTON, OHIO. / PAT 3 - 04 (and) 1 - 09 - STEEL FORGING - - 12" all metal quick adjust nut wrench with replaceable rack teeth. 1904 patented granted to Lewis Ashand Hiram B. Stewart both from Hassel, Mint. 1909 patent was by James F. Wright of Philadelphia, Penn. Different markings than usually seen Good+ with some minor dings, owners ID "L. P." punched on back side of upper jaw face. (S543, C342) *PAT* - - *PAT*

PiCs Lots 424 thru 433

0434. "THE DENVER WRENCH" / PATENTED APRIL 6, 1909 - - 13.75" rack type quick adjust pipe wrench with alligator type jaws. Made by Blake Wrench Mfg. Co. of Denver, Colorado and patented by Walter A. Moffat also of Denver. Rare well made wrench. It's the only one I have seen but the second time we have sold it. *PAT*

0435. M. A. LARSEN - PAT. Jan. 12, 1886 - - 12" distinctive looking rack type quick adjust nut wrench with a long release lever and an extension on the handle ferule that serves as a hand guard. Also has a final adjustment nut above the handle ferrule. Large example of a rare, unusual wrench. Hans A. Larsen was residing in Minneapolis, Minn. when this patent was issued. Good++ with just a few minor dings.. (S506, C200) *PAT*

0436. Not marked - - 12" Coes Double Screw Nut Wrench patented by Aury Coes on Aug. 16, 1853. . One of the hardest Coes wrenches to acquire. Good++ with light pitting, restored finish and nicely done new handle. (HP7) *PAT*

0437. PAT JAN 11, 1876 - 10 / JAN 9, 1877 - - 10.5" all metal cast malleable monkey wrench with metal inserts riveted to the handle instead of the open loop handle variation. Patented by O. B. North of New Haven, Conn. Good++ . (similar to S373) *PAT* - - *PAT*

0438. Unmarked - - 12" wood handled screw and rack type quick adjust nut wench made by the Cincinnati Tool Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio. First one of this larger size I have seen. Good++.

0439. Unmarked - - 10.5" all metal rack type quick adjust nut wrench and hammer head with a thumb screw that locks the adjustable jaw in position. Maker not known but have been told it may be an early Bemis & Call product. Good with overall light pitting, cleaned. (see S436 for wooden handled version)

0440. Unmarked - - 11.5" early wooden handle rack adjust wrench with a wild thumb screw to lock the lower jaw in place and a hammer head. Rarer wood handle version. Reportedly manufactured by Bemis & Call. Good with pitting. (S436)

0441. Unmarked - - 15" (larger than normally found) Star Combination Wrench with nut and pipe jaws made by the Star Wrench Co. St. Louis MO. Patented Dec. 11, 1894 by Samuel M. Friede of St. Louis. Good++. (C287, S573) *PAT*

0442. Unmarked - - 10" size of the Star Combination Wrench with nut and pipe jaws like Lot 441 above. Made by the Star Wrench Co. St. Louis MO. and patented Dec. 11, 1894 by Samuel M. Friede of St. Louis. Good++. (C287, S573) *PAT*

0443. Lot of Two: Coes Jog Bar Monkey Wrench with Pipe Jaw Attachment
(1.) A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 & DEC 26, 71 (with steam engine governor logo) - - 10" jog bar type. Excellent. (HP21) *PAT* - - *PAT*
(2.) KELLY & HUBBELL - EAST TAWAS, Mich. / PAT. AUG. 10, 66 - - 32.75" pipe jaw adapter for nut type monkey wrenches. Patent was granted to William Kelly and Charles Hubbell both from East Tawas, Mich. Excellent. *PAT*

PiCs Lots 434 thru 443

0444. ADVANCE FORGING & TOOL WKS. - CHICAGO USA / "TOPOFAS" - PATENT APLIED FOR - - 12.75" complicated rack type quick adjust pipe wrench, so complicated that I can't figure out how to adjust it. Cope on page 3 states that the meaning of TOPOFAS is unclear. I know it is SAFOPOT spelled backwards. Patented by Alfred E. Holmes of Chicago, Illinois on Nov. 17, 1914. Rare wrench, only second we have seen. Excellent. (C33, not in Schultz)  PAT.

0445. NO. 2 - SHAFFER WRENCH / PATENT PENDING - - 12" cumbersome combination double jaw nut and pipe wrench with adjusting nut at end of handle. Largest and the scarcest of two know sizes. Patented 10-26-1909 by Daniel Shaffer of Chattanooga, Oklahoma. Good++. (S578) *PAT*

0446. P. J. BIEL M'F'G CO. TERRE HARTE, IND. - - 12.5" rack type quick adjust pipe wrench with alligator type jaws and a wooden handle. Only second one with markings we have had to sell.. Good++. (S660 with no info)

0447. WEBB'S PATENT - - 13.5" combination cast implement type wrench with a ratchet on the other end. Actual patent (No. 5009) was issued to Zelotes W. Avery of New Berlin, NY (not Webb) on March. 13, 1847. This 173 year old patent was the first ratchet patent issued by th U. S. Patent Office. If I remember correctly Jim out bid me on this wrench at the Kingsbury Auction in 2000. Excellent condition with the often missing ratchet head and one reducing insert. *PAT*

0448. BAUMO (with arrow logo) PATENTED - 14 - SERIAL NO. 1-14 - GUARANTEED - PATEN TED 4-23, 35 / MFG BY JOHN W. BAUMAN & SONS SASSAMANSVILLE, PA. Etc. - - 13" quick adjust rack type pipe wrench with lever that controls the upper jaw. Patented April 23, 1935 by John W. and Stanley W. Bauman both from Sassamansville, Penn. and Irwin W. Bauman of Bluffton, Ohio. Good++. (S651) *PAT*

0449. MODEL MFG. CO. PHILA. PA / PAT AP'D FOR - WARRANTED STEEL (not all these markings are readable) - - 11.5" rare combination tool. An advertisement in Cope's page 222 lists eight functions: nut cracker, nail puller, monkey wrench, hammer, small and large gas pliers, wire cutters and pincers and states "Every part a superior instrument". Good+ but missing the lower wrench adjustable jaw. (C222, patent not found)

0450. Unmarked - - 13" simple rack type adjustable alligator wrench. Excellent. (no listed, no info found)

0451. Marked only PAT AP'LD FOR and owner's ID "C. H. S" - - 14.5" woo handled rack type self adjust pipe wrench. Good++. (not listed, no info found)

0452. Unmarked - - 10.5" all metal cast quick adjust nut wench with a hollow handle. Top lever releases the spring loaded upper jaw. First time to list. Good+. (S539 with no info)

0453. KANT-SLIP - PAT APR. 27, 1920 - AUG 2, 1921 - PAT. PNDG - / A.D. WRENCH. & TOOL CO (Allan-Diffenbaugh Wrench & Tool Co.) - BARABOO, WIS - - 12.5" plier wrench with a hammer poll, lower jaw lever through a slot in the upper jaw handle variation. Patented by Allen C. Allan of Baraboo, Wisc. Scarce large size. Excellent. (S356) *PAT*

0454. QUICKSET - F. W. MACKE & CO. - PAT. APRIL 22 - 1919 / QUICKSET - KOKOMO, IND. - - 12. 5" all metal screw and quick adjust pipe wrench. Patented by Joseph Nielander of Kokomo, Indiana. Scarce larger size. Good++ with a couple minor nicks. (S616) *PAT*

PiCs Lots 444 thru 454

0455. Unmarked - - 12" odd, complicated quick and screw adjust wench. I can't really explain how this thing works. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0456. F. W. MACKE & CO - QUICKSET - WRENCHES - PAT'D APRIL 22, 1919 - - 8" all metal screw and quick adjust nut wrench with a lever that raises the knurled nut off the coarse rack teeth for quick adjustment. Patent granted to Joseph Nielander of Kokomo, Ind. Good++. (S616) *PAT*

0457. MERRICK'S PATENT - SPRINGFIELD, MASS - - 12" wood handle threaded shaft center screw adjust nut wrench. This is the first American screw wrench, patented August 17, 1835 by Solyman Merrick of Springfield, Mass. and manufactured by Stephen Bemis in Springfield and others. One of the better ones we have had to sell with seldom found clear and distinct markings. Good++. (S832) *PAT*

0458. Unmarked - - 12" all metal turn the handle to adjust English? coach wrench with hexagon paneled handle and single jaw. Good, with some hammer damage.

0459. POLLOCK'S "AUTOMATIC" PATENT PENDING - WISCONSIN STAMPED STEEL CO. - MADISON, WIS. - - 9.5" all metal rack type quick adjust nut wrench with the often missing pipe jaw attachment. Also found with Steg. Brg. Co, or Pollock Automatic Wrench Co. maker markings. Charles V. Pollock of Galesburg, Illinois was issued a Canadian patent on Sept. 29, 1908, an American patent has not been found. Good++. (S707) *PAT*

0460. Unmarked - - 14.25" self adjust wrench with spring loaded serrated jaw. Only second or third one seen. Good++. (S350, no info)

0461. F. LUGVIEL - OCONOMOWOC, WIS, - - 14" Cochran type self adjust nut wrench. First one I have seen. Good++. (not listed, no info found)

0462. Unmarked (Chappell's patent)- - 12.75" all metal alligator type wrench with a sliding upper jaw insert. Patent was issued to Benjamin F. Chappell of South Windham, Conn. on July 03, 1888. Good+. (C42, S37) *PAT*

0463. Unmarked - - 14" lever quick adjust with rack teeth and alligator type pipe jaws. Good++ except for a jaw lip chip. (not listed, no info found)

0464. COMO WRENCH CO. - CHICAGO U.S.A. / DROP FORGED - - 12" unique screw adjust pipe wrench consisting of only three parts with a slotted threaded upper jaw that slides over the wrench handle. Have seen some marked Rockford, Illinois instead of Chicago. Patented by Joseph Anthony Sch of Chicago on Oct. 14, 1913. Good++, not cleaned. (S589) *PAT*

0465. E. G. Felthousen - Buffalo, NY / Patented - NO. 3 - - 12.75" Rare, split jawed alligator wrench, one side for nuts and one for pipe. Patent was issued to Israel Kinney of Windsor, ON Canada on Dec. 06, 1881 and made by E. G. Felthousen and later Felthousen & Sherwood both in Buffalo, NY. See Lot 176 for an unmarked example. Good+. (C134, see S700) *PAT*

0466. Unmarked - - 12.5" robust self adjust pipe wrench with a spring loaded jaw. Possibility shop made. Good++.

PiCs Lots 455 thru 466

0467. MAUSER (logo) - - 9.25" combination screw and quick adjust automotive nut wrench. Push button release rather than lever release, rack teeth on back of shaft variation. Excellent, like new with original shinny plating. (S515)

0468. CHAMPION MOWER & REAPER WRENCH / PATD NOV 10 1863 - FEB 23 1864 - REISSUED JUNE 1, 1869 (Champion Mower & Reaper Co. / IHC) - - 10" Coes wood handled Mechanic's Wrench with spilt split adjusting knurled knob, Patent's were issued to George C. Taft and the June 1, 1869 reissue patent was assigned to Loring Coes. Good+, Excellent handle. (R1-95, HP31) *PAT* - - *PAT* - - *PAT*

0469. G. MEADER - PATENT JULY 16, 1861 - - 11.5" very early ratchet with slots in the rotating segment for jaw plates that can be moved in different slots for different size nuts. The plates are loose and can easily fall out and be lost. This example has both of the plates. Rare ratchet wrench, first we have listed. Good+, ratchet mechanism works fine, some pitting. (S151, C518) *PAT*

0470. HEWET'S UNION WRENCH - PAT. JAN. 25, 1864 / FOWLE & CO SOLE AGENTS (some markings are not readable) - -12" wood handled nut wrench with a threaded fluted adjusting sleeve. Patented by Henry Hewet of New York , NY. An early historically important wrench with a striking appearance. Good++ with excellent replaced walnut handle. (S397) *PAT*

0471. No markings - - 10.5". Looks like Taft's Railroad and Mower wrench. Good+. (S418, HP - page 17)

0472. N0. 10 - HY-SPEED WRENCH CO. / CHICAGO USA - PAST. PENDING - NO. 10 - - 9.75" quick adjust nut with locking knurled collar. Good++. (not listed, no info).

0473. Unmarked CRESSEY - PAT. MAR. 7, 1876 - - 14" wooden handled pipe wrench with center screw adjusting sleeve that engages coarse threads on the wrench shaft with a hooked upper jaw and spring loaded lower jaw, Patent granted to Isaiah Cressey of Gloucester, Mass. Rare and early. Good++, tight handle cracks. (S595, C111) *PAT*

0474. NO./ 1 - PATD 1871 - 154 - - 11.75" plier type nut and pipe wrench. Looks like an early version of the wrench made by the Barwick Wrench Co. of Boston, Mass and later by Billing & Spencer. Patent was granted to William Henry Barwick of Montreal, QC Canada on Jun. 06, 1871. Good++. *PAT*

0475. SAM'L HALL'S SONS NEW YORK USA 10 IN - GRIP HIGH ON PIPE KEEP SHARP / U.S. & ENG. PATENTED MARCH 13, 1894 - CANADA MAY 8 - - 9.5" combination nut and pipe center screw adjust with a pivoting top jaw. The flat sides of the jaws were used for nuts and the sharp back bottom jaw edge for pipe. Patented by Charles Hall of New York, NY. Good++. (S1081, C155)  PAT

0476. "STAFF" REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. PAT. APPL'D 4-8-19.- - 10.5" hex shaft quick adjust nut wrench with a sliding lower jaw assembly with a knurled locking collar. Patent was granted on April 8, 1919 to Robert A. Rosander of Brooklyn, NY. Made by the Romaro Machine and Tool Corp. of New York. Excellent. (not listed)  PAT

0477. PALMETER TOOL CO JAMESTOWN NY - - 8" Quick adjust nut wrench with a sliding jaw and lever release. Patented. by John Palmeter of Jamestown, New York on Oct. 23, 1923. Seldom found neat wrench. Excellent. (S517) *PAT*

0478. ATLAS 10 - PAT 1888 - - 10.5" with a moveable upper jaw that can be adjusted to three different positions. Patented May 15, 1888 by Robert Copland of Eureka, Calif. and made in San Francisco, Calif. and New York, NY. Good++. (S655) *PAT*

0479. BORNSTEIN'S IMP WRENCH - PAT. AUG. 26, 1890 - - 10". Turn the wood handle to adjust 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+, minor dings. (S367) *PAT*

0480. BOSTON WRENCH CO. - BOSTON, MASS. - PAT'D OCT 2, 1906 OTHER PAT. PENDING - - 8.5" all metal spring loaded quick adjust rack type wrench. Curved bar type release lever variation. Patented by Alphage Gagnon of Springfield, Mass. on Oct. 02, 1906. Good++. (S480) *PAT*

PiCs Lots 467 thru 480

0481. BAY STATE TOOL CO - BOSTON / PAT JUNE 7, 1904 - - 8" all metal quick adjust nut wrench with release lever. Patented by Fredrick Walden on June 7, 1904 (who later started Walden Mfg Co). Good++. (S476) *PAT*

0482. Lot of Three: Crusader Brand Monkey Wrenches - Winchester sold the Crusader Trademark wrenches for a very short time circa 1921 till they were replaced with the Winchester Trademark wrenches. Due to the limited time they were produced they are very seldom found, much rarer than the Winchester marked wrenches. Good+.
(1.) CRUSADER TRADEMARK - - 6.75". Good+ but the jaws are slightly sprung.
(2.) CRUSADER TRADEMARK - - 12". Goode+, area of minor pitting.
(3.) CRUSADER TRADEMARK - - 14.5" Good+.

0483. No markings - - 10". Looks like Taft's Railroad and Mower wrench. Good+, jaws slightly sprung. (S418, HP - page 17)

0484. A. G COES & CO - WORCESTER MASS. / PAT DEC 28, 75 & JULY 8, 84 (and Coes steam engine governor logo) - - 10" Coes wood handled jog bar monkey wrench with the patented replaceable threaded insert for the adjusting screw. Good+ with light pitting. (HP25) *PAT* - - *PAT*

0485. HAYWARD - PAT. NOV. 4, 1913 / HAYWARD WRENCH CO. - ST. LOUIS, MO. - - 14" self adjusting wrench with six different pivoting joints. Patented by Hubert Hayward of Aldrich, Missouri and mfg. by the Hayward Wrench Co of St. Louis and advertised as a bolt, nut, and pipe wrench. Excellent. (S678, C162) *PAT*

0486. Can't read all the markings but should be: (TRIMO COMBINATION WRENCH PAT APPLIED FOR - USA) - - 12" wood handled monkey wrench with pipe and nut jaws. Has a threaded shaft and knurled adjusting sleeve and a set screw to adjust for pipe or nut use. 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 a couple minor nicks. (S579) *PAT*

0487. PATENTED AUG. 5, 1902 - - 10" all metal adjustable wrench with a lever operated upper curved serrated jaw. Patented by Charles C. Fields of Morristown, Tenn.. Fields had a similar jaw design patent used on the C. P. Wrench Co's combination pocket knife and wrench. Good++. (S670) *PAT*

0488. Marked only PAT. APLID FOR (Hawes' patent) - - 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 more mechanically appealing of 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". A scarce, quality made tool. Good++. (S319) *PAT*

0489. 42B / 42B - - cast clamp type wrench with wing nut adjuster. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0490. AMERICA - TRENTON / PATENT APPLIED FOR (weak markings, not all readable) - - 7" wooden handled center screw adjust pipe wrench probably made by the American Saw Co. of Trenton, NJ. Advertised at various times as the Stevenson Wrench. the Star Wrench and the Triumph Wrench. Patented Sept. 6, 1892 by George Stevenson of Chicago, ILL. Smallest one seen and the only one with a wood handle, usually all metal. Excellent. (C39) *PAT*

0491. CC - PAT MAR 1, 1921 - OMAHA - - 8.25" dual screw adjust nut or pipe wrench. Patented by Gene D. Chenette of Ames, Iowa. Good++. (S463) *PAT*

0492. RACINE GEN'L MFG. CO. / PAT'D RACINE, WIS. - - 8" odd double headed ratchet wrench with square sockets and angled heads Rare and different in Good+ condition. (C256, patent not found)

PiCs Lots 481 thru 492

0493. 370 (Bell City New Racine Thresher and IHC No. 370B) - - 26" cast handle or crank with two wooden knobs. Marked only 370 but matches parts illustration in Belle City New Racine Threshers Parts Book for No. 370B "Crank for Stacker Windless". Rare, no owner's shown in IHC Tool list. Cast is excellent, knobs have a few cracks.

0494. BINGO MFG. CO. - PAT. PEND. / 66 WREN DR - LOS ANGELES, CAL - - 18.25" universal hubcap wrench with an adjustable wrench that will fit most of all the old time hex and octagon screw on hub caps with special wrenches for others like Nash, Auburn. Packard, Rickenbacker Peerless, Willys, etc. Good++. (Patent not found)

0495. REDA MFG. CO. 770E PKWAY, BRKLYN. N.Y. - PAT. PEND. / FOR HUB CAPS ONLY - - 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. (Patent not found)

0496. Williams "W' in a diamond log (J. H. Williams & Co.) - PAT JUNE 8 15 - - 5.5" spring leaf separator for greasing and repairing springs. Patented by John H. Stevenson and Frederick Knowlson both of Ann Arbor, Mich. Excellent with plated finish. *PAT*

0497. Large IHC logo / 877E (inside cap) - - 2.5" threaded cast brass hubcap. Fits the International Harvester 770E cutout wrench. Excellent.

0498. Lot of Two: Clamp Type What's Its
(1.) Unmarked - - 13.5" clamp type tool with four toothed blades. May be a piston ring groove cleaner.
(2.) Unmarked - - 12" clamp type tool with two cutter blades and two rollers. May be a cast iron sewer pipe cutter?

0499. Lot of Four: Different Sizes of Larock Compound Leverage Tong Type Wrenches. Patent was granted to John La Rock of Chicago, Illinois. on Nov. 23, 1915. Rare wrenches and a difficult set to complete. Will be Sold Choice Wrench *PAT*
(1.) LAROCK WRENCH - 1/2 IN / PATD APRIL 1915 - - 11.25". Excellent.
(2.) LAROCK WRENCH - 3/4 IN / PATD APRIL 1915 - - 12". Excellent.
(3.) LAROCK WRENCH - 1 IN / PATD APRIL 1915 - - 16". Good+.
(4.) LAROCK WRENCH - 1-1/4 IN / PATD APRIL 1915 - - 17". Excellent.

PiCs Lots 493 thru 499

0500. ATWOOD & CO. - BOSTON, MASS. / AUG 7, 1855 PATENT (Graham's patent) - - 15" striking and extremely well built early ratcheting wrench with twin adjustable buggy type jaws. Pre Civil War patent was granted to Alden Graham of Roxbury, Mass. Excellent with very tight handle crack. (S218, C49) *PAT*

0501. G. A. HOSMER & CO - BUFFALO NY - PAT APL'D FOR - - 7.5" cast combination plier type buggy wrench with four open end wrenches with the "Pat. Apl'd For" markings variation. Canadian patent was issued to Giles Arnel Hosmer of Buffalo, NY on Nov. 06, 1894. Excellent. (S198) *PAT*

0502. PAT APR 14-96 - NO. 3 - - 14" plier like buggy wrench with strong springs that hold the jaw halves tight on the nuts and a wooden spinner knob. Advertised as the Perfection Wagon Wrench. Rare large size. Patented by George E. Wood of Southington, Conn. Excellent. (S224, C340, R1-377) *PAT*

0503. 101 UNIVERSAL WRENCH CO BARTOW, FLORIDA - PAT 1921 - - 10.75" with a thumbscrew adjusted hinged lower jaw and a pry bar on the end. Excellent, with most of the original plating. (S209 - patent not found)

0504. MCCUE-HARTFORD (Buffalo, NY) - - 16" large cast axle hub wrench. Overall pitting.. (R1-320)

0505. COOK - PATD SEPT 1, 85 / 7/8 - - 8.5" buggy wrench with a nut holder. 7/8" size. Patented by Roswell Cook of Ilion, NY. Good++. (S240, R1-112) *PAT*

0506. Unmarked (Mitts' patent) - - 10" wood handled buggy wrench with an odd lever and U-shaped spring nut holder. Patented on Nov. 29, 1904 by William S. Mitts of Saginaw, Mich. Rare and different buggy wrench, first we have had to offer and listed as "Not known to have been produced" on DATAMP. Good+, light pitting. (not listed) *PAT*

0507. PAT SEPT. 16, 1884 (Stanton's patent) - - 9" delicately cast buggy wrench with a spring wooden nut holder and a wooden spinner knob that also locks the bolt holder in position. Patented by James D. Stanton of Dayton, Ohio. Rare buggy wrench, first we have had to list. Excellent. (not listed, on DATAMP as "Not known to have been produced") *PAT*

0508. PAT. NOV. 2, 80 (Thompson's patent) - - 12" wood handled adjustable buggy wench, rarer two head variation. Patented by H. A. Thompson of Farmington, Maine. Excellent, not cleaned. (S204) *PAT*

0509. PAT. NOV. 2, 80 (Thompson's patent) - - 12" wood handled adjustable buggy wench, single head variation. Patented by H. A. Thompson of Farmington, Maine. Good++, jaws are sprung. (S204) *PAT*

0510. Unmarked - - 13" turn the handle to adjust carriage wrench like Lancaster's Sept. 8, 1885 patent American Wrench Co. carriage wrenches. Plain round wood handle not fluted. Good++. *PAT*

0511. AMERICAN WRENCH CO. - PAT. - SEPT. 8, 1885 - Augusta, Maine - - 10.75" turn the handle to adjust carriage wrench with a fluted wooden handle. Single jaw variant. Patented by Bradford Lancaster of Augusta, Maine. Good++, some weak markings. (S231, C40, C50) *PAT*

PiCs Lots 500 thru 511

0512. PAT'D APLD FOR - - 13" cast brace type buggy wrench with wooden handle. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0513. Marked only PAT'D 1873 (weak markings, not all readable) - - 14" adjustable nut brace wrench. Patented 12-16-1873 by Sylvester Wright of Ellsworth, New York, Designed especially for use on carriages. Bit holder attachment missing as usual. Different from other seen. It's all metal instead of having a wooden pad, has a square protrusion below the nut holder instead of a flat one and has a partially hex shaft instead of all round. Good Plus. (S54, C343) *PAT*

0514. PATENT Aug. 29, 76 (Green's patent) - thumb screw marked "???GREEE" - - 14.5" cast brace type adjustable nut wrench with split nut holder and thumb screw and wooden knob. Patented by George W. Green of Exeter, NH. First one we have had to list. Good++. (not listed) *PAT*

0515. Unmarked (Beers and Hoyt patent) - - 12.5" cast brace type adjustable buggy wrench. Jaw is adjusted with a sliding metal loop. Patented by Benjamin Beers and Lewis S. Hoyt both from New Fairfield, Conn. and mfg. by Hoy & Beers of New Fairfield, Conn. early and rare carriage wrench, first on we have had to sell. Metal is excellent, wooden knob does have a chip missing. (C172) *PAT*

0516. PAT'D FEB. 11, 73 (Post's patent) - - 10.75" buggy wrench with open end, three box ends and a wooden spinner knob. Patented by Nathan L. Post of East Cleveland, Ohio. Metal is Good++, some markings not readable, nut holding inserts are missing as usual. (C254) *PAT*

0517. PATENT FEB. 11, 73 - 7/8 - 1 (Post's patent) - - 9.5" buggy wrench with open end, two box ends and a wooden spinner knob. Rare variant , usually found with three box ends. Patented by Nathan L. Post of East Cleveland, Ohio. Metal is Good+, wooden spinner is Good++, square box openings have wooden inserts to hold the nuts that may not be original. (C254) *PAT*

PiCs Lots 512 thru 517

0518. DIAMOND (can't read rest of the markings) / PATD NOV 2, '80 - OCT 16, '83 (in a diamond logo) - - 6" wooden handled double jawed wrench (one side with a regular nut wrench jaw and the other for buggy or wagon nuts). different than most seen with a slotted shaft, ridged brass adjusting nut and a wire that rides in the slot in the shaft. The Diamond wrenches were patented Nov. 2, 1880 and Oct. 16, 1883 by H. A. Thompson of Farmington, Maine. Good++, weak markings, owner's ID "F. H. Simmons" stamped on both jaw faces. (similar to S208) *PAT* and *PAT*

0519. PAT SEP 28 (sic) 1908 (Alfrey's patent) - - 11.5" unique cast clamp type adjustable buggy wrench with two wooden spinner knobs. Top shelf buggy wrench, first we have had to list. Patented by Isaac H. Alfrey of Mount Sterling, KY on Sep. 29, 1908 (not Sep 28 as marked on the wrench. Excellent with original finish. *PAT*

0520. ????? 1879 - CHAMBERS ST. NY (Backus' patent of June 24, 1879) - - 6.75" adjustable nut adapter for a brace. Patented and mfg. by Quimby S. Backus of New York, NY. Good++, not all markings readable. (C52) *PAT*

0521. Unmarked (Custer's patent tire bolt wrench) - - 10.5: wagon tire bolt wrench with an universal joint and three sockets. Patented by William F. Custer of Summitville, Ind. on Jan. 05, 1892. Excellent. (not listed) *PAT*

0522. Unmarked - - 17.5" brace type adjustable buggy wrench. Split shaft and nut holder are split and adjusted with a large thumb screw. Metal is good+, wood grip had been taped. (not listed, patent not found)

0523. SPRIGGS & TROYER - BOLT GRIP - PAT JUL. 7, 1891 / LITTLE RIVER - KANS. - - 9.5" heavy, crude wagon tire bolt wrench. The crank wheel and body of the tool are brass, jaws are steel. Patent granted to Thomas Spriggs of Little River, Kans. on Jul. 07, 1891. Good++ with some weak markings. (not listed) *PAT*

0524. Marked only PAT APP'D FOR (Dunham's patent) - - 12.5" unique adjustable carriage wrench with a wooden spinner knob made to George Dunham's (Hebron, Maine) patent of Feb. 5, 1895. (S223) *PAT*

0525. Can't read markings - - (Diamond Wrench Co of Portland, Maine) - - 8.5" wooden handled double jawed wrench (one side with a regular nut wrench jaw and the other for buggy or wagon nuts). The Diamond wrenches were patented Nov. 2, 1880 and Oct. 16, 1883 by H. A. Thompson of Farmington, Maine. Some pitting, weak markings, replaced handle nut. (S208) *PAT* and *PAT*

PiCs Lots 518 thru 525

0526. 55 (orphan) - - 12" cast oddball wagon wrench plus three open ends. Good+. (S242, no info found)

0527. Lot of Three: Sold Choice Cast Oddball Wagon or Buggy Wrenches - Will Be Sold Choice Wrench
(1.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 12" large double hex box ends. Good+. (not listed)
(2.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 12" Seven opening oddball. Good++.(not listed)
(3.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 12.75" four opening oddball. Good++.(R1-504 Oddball Page)

0528. FRAZIER - - 6.75" Double box end buggy wrench. Good++. (R1-183)

0529. MOYER / 225 (H. A. Moyer - Syracuse, New York) - - 7.5" Buggy Wrench. Good++. (R1-342)

0530. Marked only "F. LOOMAS"? (owner's ID?) - - 9" cast tee handled buggy wrench with split jaws and shaft adjusted with a center wheel. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0531. MOYER / 224 (H. A. Moyer - Syracuse, New York) - - 8" Buggy Wrench. Excellent. (R1-342)

0532. STAVER (STAVER Carriage Co. - Chicago, ILL.) - - 9.5" buggy wrench. Good++. (R1-438)

0533. SHELDON AXLE CO / 75 (Sheldon Axle Co., Wilkes-Barre, Penn.) - - 8.5" buggy or wagon wrench. Good++. (R1-423)

0534. H. A. MUCKLE ST PAUL / 310 - - 8" Buggy wrench. Good+. (R1-343)

0535. GANANOQUE CARRIAGE CO / G74 (Gananoque, Ontario, Canada) - - 9" Buggy wrench. Name was used only from 1871 to 1891. Good++. (R1-198)

0536. BABCOCK / D PAT APR 28 1903 - - 8.5" Rare Ideal style buggy wrench (1" size). Patent was issued to Nathaniel Stone of Outlook, Washington. Good+, some pitting. (R1-36) *PAT*

0537. O. R. CO - DAYTON O. - E22 - - 9.25" buggy wrench. Good+. (R1-356)

0538. PORTER PAT AXLE (Buchanan Co, Dowagiac, Michigan) / 76 - - 9" buggy wrench. Good+, some light pitting. (R1-383)

0539. STUDEBAKER / 1-1/4 - - 9.75". Scarce size. Good+, painted. (R1-444)

0540. HARPER / PAT AP'D FOR (Harper Buggy Co. - Columbia City, Indiana) - - 8" buggy wrench with a spring type nut holder (1" size). Excellent. (R1-218)

0541. UNCLE SAM - PAT APLD FOR / 171 - 1 (Richards-Wilcock Mfg. Co. - Aurora, ILL.) - - 8.5" buggy wrench with nut holder (1" size). Good+ but spring is missing. (R41-63 )

PiCs Lots 526 thru 541

0542. 1999 (Silver Mfg Co - Salem, Ohio) - - 13.5". Good++. (R425)

0543. PIRATE / WRENCH (St. Paul Plow Co or Peru Plow Co) - - 11.75". Good++. (R1-378, R1-434)

0544. CHATTANOOGA PLOW CO 4 (later IHC) - - 11.25" Good++ (R1-98)

0545. Lot of Two: Threshing Machine Self Feeder Wrenches
(1.) R43 (Ruth Self Feeder Co - Halstead, KS later Parsons Self Feeder Co.- Newton, IA later Maytag Co. - Newton, IA) - - 6.75". Also shown in M. Rumely Co. Threshing Machine Parts Lists. Excellent. (R1-405)
(2.) 43R - - 6.75". Same wrench as R43 above, may be a pattern maker's error. Good++.

0546. PG546 (orphan) - - 6" with 4" and 6" hex openings. Exceptional large impressive cast socket.

0547. Unmarked (orphan) - - 11.5" cast odd ball six openings. Excellent. (similar five opening wrench pictured R1-5402, the Odd Ball page)

0548. 303 (Huber Mfg. Co. - Marion, Ohio) - - 7." Huber Steam Engine wrench. Good++. (R2-134)

0549. MALSBARY 6180 (Holt Mfg. Co. - Stockton, Calif.) - - 13". Holt Mfg. made the Malsbary Gain Drill. Good+. (R1-306)

0550. LEHR (Lehr Co. - Fremont, Ohio) - - 9.25" with hammer head. Scarcer no part number variant. Good++. (R1-295)

0551. 17 (orphan) - - 13.5 " Large, neat wrench. Good+.

0552. TOM CAT (Harriman Mfg. Co. of Harriman, Tenn. made the Tom Cat Chilled Plow) - - 7.25". Rare, only second one we have had to sell. Good++. (R1-456)

0553. Unmarked (orphan) - - 10" odd ball heavy duty cast wench with two open ends with two sizes on each opening and a flat extension on the end. Good+, some light pitting.

0554. SPRINGER SEPARATOR CO. (Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 6.75" cast soe. According to Rathbone's book this company was only in business from 1894 to 1900. Good+. (R1-432)

0555. LOUISVILLE SILO & TANK CO / PATENTED MARCH 10 1914 (with a "CH" logo) - - 10.75" silo ratchet with 1-1/16" female hex socket. Markings on two lines variation. Patent for the ratchet wrench issued to Gordon K. Wright of Hinsdale, ILL. Good+,+. (R3-136) *PAT*

0556. 0916. 122B (IHC / Belle City Mfg. Co. - - 7". Good++. (R1-250, R2-242)

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0557. PAT'D MAR. 2, 1902 - MF'G BY - M. LETTER - DELAVAN, WIS. - - 7" all metal turn buckle and lever adjustable wrench. Melvin Delos Letteer's patent shows the same adjusting features but on a combination tool with a ruler, tack claw, screwdriver, etc. Not listed, first one seen. Good+ (not listed, "Not known to have been produced" on DATAMP) *PAT*

0558. Can't read all the makings but should read "AMIDON'S PAT - JULY 31, 1877 MFTGD - BY SAXTON & AMIDON - BUFFALO N.Y.." - - 10" screw adjust brace wench with wooden pad. Rare brace wrench, first we have had to list. Good+, clear finish added, most of the markings are weak and unreadable. (S52) *PAT*

0559. POWERGRIP WRENCH CO. - SHAWNEE, OK - PAT. PENDING. - ALLOY STEEL - - 10.5" lever quick. adjust with rack teeth. Similar wrench also made in Mountain Air, New Mexico which was patented by Charles D. Daniels of Mountainair, NM. Excellent. (like S709) *PAT*

0560. BILLINGS & SPENCER - E etc- - 7" center screw adjust nut wrench also marked on the handle "ORD DEPT. U. S. A.". First one seen with these markings. Billings' Feb. 18, 1879 patent applies. Excellent. (S858) *PAT*

0561. PAT JULY 3, 1888 (Chappell's patent) - - 7.5" scarce small size all metal alligator type wrench with a sliding upper jaw insert. Patent was issued to Benjamin F. Chappell of South Windham, Conn. Good+ with light pitting. (C42, S37) *PAT*

0562. THE THOMAS MFG. CO. - DAYTON, O. USA - PAT. FEB. 11, 1902 - - 9.75" household combination tool advertised as the "Falcon 11 in One Tool" - "The Housewife's Choice". I can see a bottle opener, corkscrew, can opener, jar wrench, screwdriver, etc. Patented by John M. Clark and John C. Crume of Dayton, Ohio. Good++. (not listed) *PAT*

0563. WORDEN WRENCH - - 9.75" screw adjust ratcheting pipe wrench. Patent for the lower jaw inserts that allow the ratcheting action was granted to Miner E. Worden Of Scranton Penn. on July 14, 1903 and assigned to the Worden Tool Co. also in Scranton. First one seen. Good+ with some hammer dents. (C341) *PAT*

0564. GORDON AUTOMATIC PATENT APPLIED FOR (same markings both sides) - - 8" Curved handle Crescent type with an attachment to the adjusting gear that release or locks the moveable jaw. Patent not found. Good++, refinished. (S492)

0565. MFD BY CRESCENT FORGINGS CO.- OAKMONT PA / PATENT APPLIED FOR - CRESCO TRADEMARK - - 8" all metal screw adjust nut wrench. Scarce wrench in Good+ condition. (S386, C110, patent not found)

0566. Unmarked - - 9" twist handle adjustable nut wrench. Looks like drawing in Seymour's Feb. 27, 1883 patent for the Acme twist handle nut wrenches. Good++. *PAT*

0567. SHARK - PAT. 7-20-09 / WAKEFIELD MFG. CO. - WAKEFIELD, NEB. - - 6". shark nosed slip joint pliers with wire cutter and screwdriver. Patented by Anton G. Carlson of Sholes, Neb. Good++, refinished. (S259) *PAT*

0568. 568.NO. 2 BUB - DEPOSE (with a "B" in a circle logo) / FRANCE - ACIFR-FORGF - - 9" self adjust pipe wrench. Excellent.

0569. PATENTED - AUG. 28, 1883 - JANY 12, 1886 - OTHER PATS PENDING - - 7.5" double ended reversible ratchet wrench with four differnt socket sizes. Patents that were granted to Darwin V. Miller of Weedsport, NY on Aug. 28, 1883 and Sep. 02, 1884 apply to this wrench. The Jan. 12, 1886 date marked on the wrench is not a patent date. Good+. *PAT* - - *PAT*

0570. HENRY BOKER / 113 - GERMANY - - 8" quick adjust nut wrench with a sliding lower jaw and rack teeth. Good+. (S776)

0571. Marked only: "14" (David Bradley) - - 9.5" all malleable cast sliding wedge adjust alligator wrench, 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. Excellent condition considerably better than most are found. (S546) *PAT*

0572. Marked only NO. 0 - - 7" wooden handle center screw adjust wrench with two jaws , one flat and the other buggy type. Good+ (no info found)

PiCs Lots 557 thru 572

0573. 8" OLIVER - FORGED USA / PAT. PEND. - MFD. BY L. HENGY - DETROIT, MICH - - 9" all metal self adjust pipe wrench with roller type lower jaw. Excellent. (S341, patent not found)

0574. 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. Good+ with some light pitting. (not listed) *PAT*

0575. Unmarked (Chamberlain's Mar. 20, 1849 patent) - - 9.5" all metal turn handle to adjust wrench patented by D. H. Chamberlain of Boston, Mass. Very early patented wrench, only the third one we have had the opportunity to sell. Good+. (S370, C92, HP17) *PAT*

0576. IDEAL WRENCH - PAT. MAY 9, 93 (weak markings, not all readable) - - 9" wood handled quick adjust rack type wrench. Rare and unusual wrench with a push button to release adjustment and a distinctive stubby wooden handle. Patented by Emery B. Smith of St. Louis, Missouri. Good++ with a minor handle crack. (C175) *PAT*

0577. Harrington & Heald - Worcester - - 11.5" wood handled screw adjusted monkey wrench mfg. by William Harrington of Worcester, Mass. and later by Harrington. Heald & Co. of Millbury, Mass. Good++. (S395, C158 & 159)

0578. BOSTON WRENCH / PATENT DEC 5, 1876 - - 7.75" center screw adjust nut and pipe wrench with open loop handle and serrated jaws. RARE size. Patented by Daniel C. Stillson of Somerville, Mass. (inventor of the Stillson pipe wrench). Good+, with a few hammer dings. (S479, C74) *PAT*

0579. 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. This is a pipe wrench type with serrated jaws, also made in a nut wrench version with different markings. Patented by Otto Edstrom of Cary, Illinois (later patent lists Chicago as his residence). Good++, zealously cleaned. (pipe wrench version not listed, see S489, C127) *PAT* - - *PAT*

0580. THE NILSON WRENCH NO 9 (some weak markings) - - 9" alligator wrench with adjusting sliding upper jaw. Thick cast version. Patent granted on Christmas day 1900 by Nils Nilson of Absaraka, North Dakota and mfg. by Nilson-Walters - Wrench Co. of Casselton, ND. Good++. (S31, C234) *PAT*

0581. Unmarked (Lipsey Patent) - - 6.25" all metal (malleable) nut wrench with an adjusting screw on the side of the fixed jaw and a loop style handle. Advertised as "The Lipsey" and mfg. by Roper Caloric Engine Mfg. Co. of New York City. Patented 7-31-1877 by Andrew Lipsey of West Hoboken, New Jersey. (Good with overall light to medium pitting. (C203) *PAT*

0582. 6 IN ELLIS / PAT NOV 3, 03 - - 6" Crescent type with pivoting head. Rare pipe jaw version especially in the six inch size. The Nov. 3, 1903 patent has not been found, a patent granted to David Ellis of Chicago, Illinois on May 17, 1904 is probably the correct patent. Good++. (S308) *PAT*

0583. WALZ. / PAT. PENDING - - 8.5" quick adjust nut wrench. Patent granted to Frederick Walz of Burnside, Conn. on Feb. 10, 1931. Only second one seen. Good++. (not listed) *PAT*

0584. THE A. K. LOVELL MAN'F CO. - NEW YORK, NEW YORK - A. K. LOVELL - PAT. JUNE 7, 1892 - - 8" wood knife type handled screw and quick adjust nut wrench with a helix spiral adjusting mechanism and a small locking button. Patent was issued to Albert K. Lovell of Jackson, Michigan Hard to find in good working condition. Good++. (S401) *PAT*

0585. 8 IN. SHUSTER SPEED WRENCH - PATD FEB 2, 1915 / CLIP BAR MFG CO. - PHILADELPHIA, PA. USA - STEEL - - 8" Crescent type with a lever that when released enables a ratcheting action. Patented by Myer Shuster, Philadelphia, PA. Excellent with original red finish? (S530) *PAT*

0586. WILSON WRENCH CO. (inside a diamond logo) - TOLEDO, OHIO - PAT. JULY 28, 1914 - - 9" rack type quick adjust automotive style nut wrench. Patented by Charles D. Wilson of Toledo, Ohio. First one I have seen, this very wrench pictured in the DATAMP listing. Excellent. (C338) *PAT*

0587. PAT'D FEB. 9, 79 - - 7.5". Neat, early, cast combination tool with a hammer, open end wrench, nut cracker, nipper, tack puller, pliers, stove lid lifter, etc. Patented was granted to Alphonso Button of East Saginaw, Mich. on Feb. 09, 1875.Good+, other one seen had unreadable markings.. (S1053) *PAT*

PiCs Lots 573 thru 587

0588. Lot of Four: Corn Planter Check Row Pliers - Will Sell Choice Pliers
(1.) 423 / 424 (A C Evans - Springfield, Ohio later American Seeding Machine) - - 7.5" Good++
(2.) CP116 / CP116 (David Bradley) - - 7.25". Excellent..
(3.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 7.5". Good++.
(4.) B747 / B748 (Stoddard - Dayton, Ohio) - - 7.25". Excellent.

0589. Lot of Five: Corn Planter Check Row Pliers - Will Sell Choice Pliers
(1.) J89 / J90 (Hoosier Dill Co. - Richmond, Ind.) - - 7.5" Good+.
(2.) D189 / D190 with star logos (Moline Plow Co) - - 7.5". Excellent. (R1-333)
(3.) 2114 / 2116 (orphan) - - 7". Excellent.
(4.) D189 / D190 (Moline Plow Co) - - 7.5". No star logos variation. Good+. (R1-333)
(5.) 292 / 293 - - 7.75". Excellent, painted.

0590. Lot of Four: Corn Planter Check Row Pliers - Will Sell Choice Pliers
(1.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 7.25". Good++.
(2.) 1682 / 1683 (Madison Plow Co. / Fuller & Johnson) - - 7.25" Good+.
(3.) TAIT CHECK ROWER - - 7.5". Excellent. (R1-451)
(4.) 1787 / 1788 (J I Case Plow Works) - - 7.5" Excellent.

PiCs Lots 588 thru 590

0591. 97E (Case T. M. Co.) - - 16" doe for early Case Steam Engines. Good ++ (R3-42)

0592. Lot of Two: Cast Extended Double Socket Wrenches
(1.) A141 (IHC) - - 10.75" scarce, heavy duty hex by square double extended socket with indented panels on the shaft. Good++.
(2.) 1224 (Avery Co. - Peoria, Illinois) - - 14" Double socket. Excellent. (R2-18)

0593. 4771 (Avery Co. - Peoria, Illinois) - - 16" Double socket Good++. (R2-18)

0594. A202 (Avery Co. - Peoria, Illinois) - - 19" extended double hex socket for Avery 40-80 Gas Tractors. Good++ except the shaft needs to be untwisted. (R3-13)

0595. J412 (Hayes Pump & Co. - Galva. ILL.) / ("V" in a clover leaf logo?) - - 9.5". Excellent. (R2-127)

0596. Lot of Three: Unmarked Odd Ball and Orphans

0597. MONMOUTH / 141 (Monmouth Plow Co. - Monmouth, ILL.) - - 9". Pitting. (R1-335)

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Choice Box Lots (will be sold choice item from each lot)

Choice Box 001: Lot of Four Miscellaneous Tools
(1.) Unmarked blacksmith's traveler for measuring wheel circumference - -13".
(2.) U. S. WIND ENGINE &: PUMP CO. BATAVIA, ILL. - - 20.75" cast pump handle.
(3.) 1in TRIG-O-MATIC - PAT PEND. / TRIG-O-MATIC TOOL CORP. - CHICAGO USA - FORGED STEEL - - 16.5" self adjusting pipe wrench. Patented by John Larson of Chicago on July 14, 1953. replaced pivot bolt and nut, no spring. (S720) *PAT*
(4.) Unmarked automatic spiral screwdriver with one bit - - 20".

PiCs Choice Lot 1

Choice Box 002: Lot of Four Large Monkey Wrenches
(1.) COLLINS & CO - HARTFORD USA - PATENTED JULY 22, 1892 - - 12" with distinctive hex handle ferrule and extended adjusting screw support plate. Patented by Edward Sears of Collinsville, Conn. and assigned to The Collins Co. First Collins wrench I have seen with this later patent date, most are marked Oct 10, 1865 or Feb. 25, 1873.. Good+. *PAT*
(2.) W & B CO.- MADE IN USA with Whitman & Barnes' diamond logo - PAT. APR. 19, 98 - - 17" 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. Good+. (S864) *PAT*
(3.) GIRARD STANDARD (in a diamond logo) - - 21" monkey wrench with knife type wooden handles. Fair..
(4.) BONNEY HERCULES - ALLENTOWN, PA. USA (with Bonney Shield logo) - - 21" wood knife handle monkey wrench. Good.

PiCs Choice Lot 2

Choice Box 003: Lot of Five smaller Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) 8 IN NUT GEARENCH (sic) TRADE MARK - FORGED STEEL - PATENTED / GEARENCH HOUSTON TEXAS - - 8." quick adjust wrench patented by Joseph Peterson of College Station, Texas. Without the patent date variation. Excellent. (S671) *PAT*
(2.) BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. - C. E. BILLINGS - PAT'D FEB 18TH 1879 (with a ruler scale on shaft) - - 4.25" center screw adjust. Good++. *PAT*
(3.) 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. Two Patents issued to Frank Bullard of Los Angeles, Cal. on July 7 and Oct. 27, 1903. Nice small, pocket size in Excellent condition . (like S659) *PAT* - - *PAT*
(4.) Unmarked - - 4" center screw adjust nut wrench with skeleton handle and brass adjusting nut. Advertised in 1897 by Peck, Stow & Wilcox as the "Star Bicycle Wrench". Excellent with plated finish (unusual to find this wrench with plating). (S104)
(5.) "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, weak markings. (like S109B) *PAT*

Choice Box 004: Lot of Four Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) W & B CO. - ACME (in a diamond logo) - PAT FEB 27, 83 - -5" twist handle nut wrench. Good+. (S365)
(2.) GRIP N STIK - 707 DOVER, O - PAT APR 13, 24 - - 7". Similar to Eifel Flash Plierench but considerably rarer. Actual patent date is May 13, 1924 and was issued to Karl Potschner of Dover, Ohio. Good++. (S263) *PAT*
(3.) BEMIS & CALL H & T CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS USA / Bemis & Call logo - - 6.5" all metal threaded shaft monkey wrench. Round knurled adjusting nut variant. Good with minor dings. (like S843B)
(4.) ANY ANGLE WRENCH - PATENT NOV. 1916 - LIMA., O. USA / DROP FORGED STEEL - - 8.5" Crescent type adjustable wrench with an adjustable angle head. Mfg. by Atco Wrench Co. and patented by Ramson Bovee 11-21-1916. As found, not cleaned, adjustment button is stuck. (S311) *PAT*

Choice Box 005: Lot of Five Bicycle or Pocket Wrenches
(1.) XCEL SOCKET WRENCH MFD BY PARK METALWARE CO. ORCHARD PARK, NY - PAT. No. 1639831 - - 6" turn handle adjustable socket nut wrench with two sockets. Patent issued to John Zilliox of Orchard Park, NY on Aug. 23, 1927. Neat small size in Excellent condition. (S69) *PAT*
(2.) 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* - *PAT*
(3.) STYLE B - MOSSBERG WRENCH CO. - ATTLEBORO, MASS. USA - PATENTS PENDING - - 5" center screw adjust. Rare Mossberg like Style B below but with a squared jaw top. Good+
(4.) C - MOSSBERG WRENCH CO. - ATTLEBORO, MASS. USA - Pat Nov 19 & Dec 31, 95" - - 5" center screw adjust Patents were granted to Frank Mossberg. Good++ with some weak markings. (S103B) *PAT* - *PAT*
(5.) PAT MAY 11, 1897 - OCT. 18, 1898 - FEB 20, 1900 - - 5.25" side screw adjust with spanner. Pat. by Frederick Schrader of Bridgeport, CT. Usually seen marked with only two patent dates. Good with some indistinct markings. (S121B) *PAT* - *PAT* - *PAT*

PiCs Choice Lots 3 thru 5

Choice Box 006: Lot of Five Farm Type Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) NASH ENG CO - SO NORWALK CONN / NO 2 (can't read part number) - - 18" Good++
(2.) RG685 (orphan) - - 16" heavy cast single hex box wrench. Good+.
(3.) 537F (Advance-Rumely) - - 16.25" Steam engine wrench. Ex. (R2-4)
(4.) LA CROSSE PLOW CO - K29 / (ruler markings) - - 14.25". Square cutout variation. Good with some pitting. (R1-289)
(5.) N720 (E. W. Ross - Springfield, Ohio) - - 16.25" silo filler wrench. Good+. (R1-402)

PiCs Choice Lot 6

Choice Box 007: Lot of Seven Misc. Wrenches
(1.) 15A14 3 (orphan) - - 17" cast square socket wrench or handle..
(2.) CHANCE CO. - CENTRALIA, MO. / CHANCE SPECIAL - PATENT PENDING - - lineman's wrench and hammer. 12.5". Some hammer damage.
(3.) No. 1 RED SOCKET / N-1- PATENT N0. 1798194 - - 13" cast reversible ratchet wrench patented by John H. Dodge of Worcester, Mass. on Mar. 31, 1931. Excellent. *PAT*
(4.) Unmarked - - 14" turn handle to adjust wrench. . Looks like Ever-Grip wrench patented 9-7-1915 by William Estes of Ozark, Missouri. Fair. (S626) *PAT*
(5.) W. GOBLE IMPROVED WRENCH - N. Y. / W. Goble - - 15" (14.5") Wood handle monkey wrench like George Taft's Railroad and Mowing Machine Wrench. Hammer damage, weak markings. (see S418)
(6.) 1988 (orphan) (with a "HE" logo - - 15.5" Heavy cast wrench . Good+

PiCs Choice Lot 7

Choice Box 008: Lot of nine misc. cast items
(1.) Group of three cast singletree hooks or caps.
(2.) CASE 111R (with a Case eagle logo) - - 4.5" cast threshing machine hubcap. Excellent.
(3.) PAT'D JAN 25, 1898 - 4 - - 5" x 5.25" heavy cast roof eve trough former. Ex.
(4.) PAT'D JAN 25, 1898 - - 4" x 5" heavy cast roof eve trough former. Patent for these forms was granted to William W. Warren of Dowagiac, Mich. Ex. *PAT*
(5.) ECLIPSE - ST. LOUIS - - 12" heavy cast plate.
(6.) LISTER - - 12" cast window weight.
(7.) CHRISTOPHER / 3 - - 8.5" another named window weight. I used to salvage old houses and have seen hundreds of window counter balance weights but none were marked with a name.
(8.) Unmarked - - 13.5" cast railroad car link pin for link below. Pitted.
(9.) St. L. & S. F. - O. R. (St. Louis-San Francisco Railway) - - 13" heavy cast early railroad car coupling link. Seldom found with markings.

PiCs Choice Lot 8

Choice Box 009: Lot of Eight Miscellaneous Tools
(1.) STAR TOOL CO INDPLS (with a star logo - - 9" odd looking cast tool for repairing Ford "T" brake bands. Excellent.
(2.) WA443(on frame) and W5656 (on pulley) with IHC logos - - 13.5" all iron pulley like ones used with hay carriers
(3.) LECTROLITE TRU FIT - PAT NO. 2266511 - - 12.25" axle grease cap tool with one cap. Patented 12-16-19 41 by Earl Predmore of Kenton, Ohio. Excellent. like new. *PAT*
(4.) ROTH DAIRY STANDARD - PATS. PENDING / HASTINGS MFG. CO. - HASTINGS, NEB. - - 15.5" cast clamp.
(5.) SUPERIOR WRENCH COMPANY - - 13" self adjust wrench. Good, some chipped jaw teeth. *PAT*
(6.) ROTH DAIRY STANDARD - PATS. PENDING / HASTINGS MFG. CO. - HASTINGS, NEB. - - 15.5" cast clamp.
(7.) Unmarked double shoe lasting clamp - - 6.5", cast.
(8.) B587 (blurred markings) with IHC logo - - Cast whip holder. bottom broken. (this number not on the IHC Tool List)

PiCs Choice Lot 9

Choice Box 010: Lot of Seven Farm Wrenches
(1.) W402 (Emerson, later Case T. M. Co.) - - 17". Some hammer damage. (R1-163)
(2.) GALE 21 (Gale Mfg. Co. - Albion, Mich.) - - 8.5". Some pitting. (R1-193)
(3.) 479 (oddball orphan) - - 7.75" x 12.25" unusual tee wrench similar to Moline B355 and Madison Plow / Fuller & Johnson 2H33. Socket end crack.
(4.) Unmarked - - 11.5" odd double ender with slot type openings.
(5.) Roderick Lean D44 (Mansfield, Ohio) - -.5" large tee socket wrench with center hex box. Good++. (R1-294)
(6.) Unmarked - - 10.75" wagon pin and wrench. Good.
(7.) 5015T (Case T. M. Co.) - - 7" key wrench for Case Grain Separator. Good+. (R1-81)

Choice Box 011: Lot of Seven Farm Wrenches (six IHC and one orphan)
(1.) 256 with an IHC logo (Hoosier Drill Co., Richmond, Indiana - later American Seeding Machine Co. and IHC) - - 7.75" with indented numbers. Good++.
(2.) 256 (Hoosier Drill Co., Richmond, Indiana - later American Seeding Machine Co. and IHC) - - 7.75" with raised numbers.
(3.) INTERNATIONAL - HARVESTER CO / PAT SEP 7 97 - - 9.25" Vandegrift cast monkey wrench. small letters variation. Good. (R1-256)
(4.) D138N (Chattanooga, IHC, David Bradley) - - 12.5" with disk straightening slot. Some pitting. (R1-99)
(5.) 28 (orphan) - - 8.25" double open end "S" wrench. Good++.
(6.) 45662DA (IHC) - - 12" offset double hex socket. No IHC logo variant. Good++.
(7.) MCCORMICK / PAT SEP 7 97 (IHC) - - 8.75" Vandegrift all metal monkey wrench. Good, hammer damage. (R1-320)

PiCs Choice Lots 10 & 11

Choice Box 012: Lot of Eight IHC Wrenches
(1.) 97LA (IHC logo) - - 4.5".
(2.) G3166 (IHC logo) - - 5.75". Both number and logo embossed. Good++.
(3.) G3173 and IHC logo - - 4.5". Both number and logo embossed.
(4.) MCCORMICK (with IHC logo) - - 6.25" doe with 9/16" and 3/4" openings. Good++.
(5.) 12737DA (IHC logo) - - 5" with logo variant. Good++.
(6.) G3173 and IHC logo - - 4.5". Both number and logo embossed. Reverse markings than No. 3 above. Good++.
(7.) P & O CO - 4130 / CANTON ILL (Parlin & Orendorff Co. - Canton, ILL. / IHC) - - 8.75". Pitted.
(8.) DEERING / HAY RAKE (William Deering & Co. later IHC) - - 6.5". Pitting.
(8.) DEERING (in a shield logo) (IHC No. 7694TM) - - 8" Coes type wood handled monkey wrench. Good.

Choice Box 013: Lot of Seven Farm Wrenches
(1.) B. CO. (with a "I" and "M" logo) / 842 (T. E. Bissell - Elora, Ontario, Canada) - - 8.75". Pitting. (R1-29)
(2.) 78 (Hart Grain Weigher Co) - - 5.75". Good+. (R3-104)
(3.) P1599 - (IHC logo) - - 12" Markings on one side only, all markings indented variation. Some light pitting.
(4.) Jones / D114 with a Plano logo (later IHC) - - 6.5". Excellent.
(5.) B301107 (orphan) - - 11" heavy duty open end with odd ball type end with a small hex box end. Excellent.
(6.) 172 (J. D, Adams, Indianapolis, Indiana) - dogbone logo - - 10.5", one size on open end variation. Good+ with some light pitting.
(7.) G1 (Oliver / IHC Canada) - - 12". Smaller markings variation. Some rust scaling on backside. (R1-361)

PiCs Choice Lots 12 & 13

Choice Box 014: Lot of Six Fencing Tools
(1.) Unmarked - - 4" fence tool advertised by Kermco-De Haai Inc. of Monroe, Iowa as the "Reel-Tite" wire and fence tightener. Good++. (not in Smith's)
(2.) EVER-READY - DROP FORGED STEEL - - 12" cast combination fencing tool with hatchet, hammer, alligator wrench, pliers, screwdriver, wire cutters. Rare tool slightly different than the more common Farmer's Ever-Ready Toolkit (Smith's No. 5). Good+, minor hammer head edge chips. (not in Smith's)
(3.) Unmarked - -5" wire grip. Smith made? Good++. (not in Smith's)
(4.) Unmarked - - 11.5" pliers type combination tool with a nail claw. Pitted. (not in Smith's)
(5.) AUG. 10, 75 - - 12" early malleable iron fencing tool . Patent for an "Improvement in Wire-Barb Pinchers" was issued to John Dobbs and Benjamin F. Booth , both from Victor, Iowa. Pitting, poor markings. (Smith 165) *PAT*
(6.) FOGLE MFG CO SHELBYVILLE, IND / PATS. 2566133 - 2611397 - - 8" wire splicing tool. Patented by Isaac O. Limpus of Shelbyville, IN on Aug. 28, 1951 and Sep. 23, 1952. Excellent. (same tool but with a different manufacturer is shown at Smith746) *PAT* - *PAT*

Choice Box 015: Lot of Five Fencing Tools
(1.) E CO - 850 Z - - 6.25" wire grip, stretcher. Patented Aug. 30, 1881 by Martin Howe, Jr. of Chicago, Illinois. Good++. (Smith 748 & 779) *PAT*
(2.) SMITH DIST. CO. - HOUSTON, TEX. - 1S (with a "TF" logo) - PAT. 2799278 - 2S - - 8.5" two part fence stretcher and splicer. Patented by Harley McAdams of Liberty, Texas. Excellent. (Smith 236) *PAT*
(3.) No markings (Kitselman) - - 9.5" combination fencing tool with hammer, staple puller and twisting jaws. Good+. some pitting. (Smith 84)
(4.) ORIGINAL ENDERS - - 7.5" combination tool with hammer, chisel and fencing staple or cotter key puller. Some light grind marks. (see Smith page 25)
(5.) ORIGINAL ENDERS USA - 107 - - 6.75" combination tool with hammer, chisel and fencing staple or cotter key puller. Some pitting, hammer damage. (see Smith page 25)

PiCs Choice Lots 14 & 15

Choice Box 016: Lot of Seven Assorted Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 8.5" valve spring lifter. Excellent.
(2.) TRUTH (Truth Tool Co. - Mankato, Minn.) - - 11" self adjusting wrench. Listed in 1920's Truth catalogs as a "Hubcap Wrench" (the longer 11" inch version was listed as a "Pump Nut Wrench". Good.
(3.) NO. 3B - -12" Armstrong four opening lathe wrench. Good++.
(4.) UNIVERSAL - - 11.75" PLUMBING TOOL? Excellent.
(5.) PADEN MFG. CO. - OMAHA, NEBR. - - 7.5" locking pliers with a quick adjust sliding lower jaw. Patented by Dale D. Paden, Omaha, Neb. on Sept. 22, 1959. Not marked with the patent number variation. Good+.. (S270) *PAT*
(6.) TRUFFAULT-HARTFORD SHOCK ABSORBER - - 7.5" single hex end. Pitted, painted.
(7.) JCD - C-2 / 443 (double diamond logo) - - 13" cast 8 point box end. Excellent.

Choice Box 017: Lot of Six Farm, Etc. Wrenches
(1.) 1253T Case Threshing Machine Co.) - - 6". No Case Eagle logo variant. Good++. (R1-81)
(2.) C621 (Appleton Mfg. Co. - Batavia, Ill) - - 9.75". Excellent. (R2-13)
(3.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 10.5" x 15" cast tee square socket wench. Pitting.
(4.) BELSAW 1 (Belsaw Machinery Co. - Kansas City, Mo.) - - 12" heavy cast wrench possibly for a Belsaw sawmill. Overall light pitting. Not listed)
(5.) PERLICK TAP WRENCH - - 7.5" malleable odd spanner type. Beer dispensing apparatus wrench? Excellent. (not listed).
(6.) Unmarked (orphan)- - 10.5" silo ratchet wrench type with a cast handle. Good+, ratchet mechanism is stuck.

PiCs Choice Lots 16 & 17

Choice Box 018: Lot of Six Adjustable Wrenches and Pliers
(1.) EAGLE CLAW WRENCH - M. T. CO. logo (Mechanics Tool Co.) - ROCKFORD, ILL. - PAT FEB 6 -12 - - 10" Parrot head style. Patented by Joseph A. Schlehr of Chicago, IL. Good. not all markings are readable. *PAT*
(2.) Unmarked - -7.75" adjustable locking pliers. Looks similar to the BMC locking pliers, don't think I have seen this one before. Good++. (not listed, no info found)
(3.) Unmarked - - 13" self adjust wrench that look similar to the Hoe self adjust wrenches. Good++.
(4.) EAGLE CLAW WRENCH - M. T. CO. logo (Mechanics Tool Co.) - ROCKFORD, ILL. - PAT FEB 6 -12 - - 7" Parrot head style. Patented by Joseph A. Schlehr of Chicago, IL. Good++, weak markings. *PAT*
(5.) SAMSON LEVER JAW WRENCH - PAT APPL'D FOR - MADE IN USA - - 9" Vise Grip type locking pliers. Good. *PAT*
(6.) DIAMOND FORGED CC712 USA (w/ horseshoe logo) - - 12" auto type adjustable wrench with hammer head. Excellent, black finish.

Choice Box 019: Lot of Six Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) LIGHTNING WRENCH MADE BY HAMPTON MACHINE & TOOL CO. - - 9.5" adjustable pliers type wrench with screwdriver on end. Excellent.
(2.) PAT PEND. - MODEL 10 - REINHARD McCABE CO. - MINNEAPOLIS, MINN - - 10" quick adjust plier wrench. Good++. (S713, patent not found)
(3.) Marked only with an "A" - - 9.5" Hercules type loop handle adjustable nut wrench with the "bowtie" bracket. Good+.
(4.) SPUD - TRIMO TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY, MASS / TRIMO - SIZE 12" - CAPACITY 2-5/8" - PAT'D 12-19-11 - - 11" all metal nut wrench, with a hammer poll and adjusting nut guard. Thinner than normal Trimo nut wrenches. Excellent.
(5.) J. CASPERS PAT MAY 6, 13 / LANCASTER, WIS. - - 13" plier type horseshoe caulk wrench. Patented by Joseph Caspers of Lancaster, Wisc. Good++. (S885) *PAT*
(6.) W & B CO. - HERCULES (in a diamond logo) - PAT FEB 27, 83 - MADE IN USA - - 6" loop handle nut wrench. Hammer damage, sprung jaw.

PiCs Choice Lots 18 & 19

Choice Box 020: Lot of Six Large Deere, Etc. Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 19" cast hook spanner with ridged shaft. Pitted
(2.) 1335 (orphan) - - 21.25" single open end. Area of pitting, bent shaft.
(3.) Unmarked (John Deere AH79765 - - 19.75" with 1-1/8" hex shaft. Excellent. (DC219)
(4.) Unmarked (John Deere AH79764 - - 17.75" with 1" hex shaft. Excellent. (DC219)
(5.) Marked R34827R - MADE IN USA (John Deere) - - 19". Excellent. (DC494)
(6.) Unmarked (John Deere D2063R) - - 27" tractor lug wrench with pry bar end. Excellent with green paint. (DC301)

Choice Box 021: Lot of Seven Alligator Wrenches
(1.) SAXTON WRENCH - DROP FORGED STEEL / THE KILBORN & BISHOP CO. - NEW HAVEN CONN USA - - 8" alligator wrench with rethreading dies. Good+, some light pitting.
(2.) Weak markings (Hawkeye Wrench Co.) / PAT. 720554 - PAT'S PENDING - - 8.25" alligator wrench with rethreading dies
(3.) Unmarked - -8.25" alligator wrench with rethreading dies. Pitted, new paint.
(4.) THE HAWKEYE - HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. MARSHALLTOWN, IA / PAT. 720554 - PAT'S PENDING - - 8.25" alligator wrench with rethreading dies. Patented by Charles Benesh of Wahpeton, North Dakota on Feb. 17, 1903. Good++. *PAT*
(5.) SAXTON - The K & B CO. - NEW HAVEN, CT. - - 7.75" with rethreading dies. Good++.
(6.) THE S AND T WRENCH - - 8" stamped steel alligator wrench with rethreading dies. Good++.
(7.) EVER READY - - 8" stamped steel alligator wrench with rethreading dies. Good++ with some original plating.

PiCs Choice Lots 20 & 21

Choice Box 022: Lot of Five Clevises
(1.) CY430 - - 9" cast.
(2.) Can't read markings - - 9" cast.
(3.) d30 -- 8" cast. with a latching hook.
(4.) 2988 (with Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo) - - 11" cast with a three opening wrench/pin. Painted.
(5.) Unmarked - - 8" cast with a single oe wrench/pin.

Choice Box 023: Lot of Four Clevises
(1.) MOLINE MALL. IRON WORKS / 19 - - 6.75". Some pitting. (see R1-330
(2.) C C CO 2 / PAT 6-10-19 - - 8" different double clevis.
(3.) 3445 - - 8" cast clevis.
(4.) Unmarked - - 8" forged clevis with a neat cast hook shaped screw pin.

PiCs Choice Lots 22 & 23

Choice Box 024: Lot of Seven Farm Wrenches
(1.) 9259T (IHC) - - 8.75" heavy double socket for IHC Mogul tractors circa1918. Pitting, weak markings. (R1-252)
(2.) LAX PLOW CO (La Crosse Plow Co. - La Crosse, Wisc.) - - 9.5". Markings raised variant. Pitted.
(3.) CM-331 (CM331 Thomas Mfg. Co. - Springfield, Ohio, later Ohio Cultivator Co. - Bellevue, Ohio) - - 13.5". Three openings variant. Overall medium pitting.
(4.) S852 (Acme Harvesting Co. - Peoria, Illinois) - - 6" by 8.25" tee socket wrench. Good++. (R1-4)
(5.) B60 (orphan) - - 10.25". Pitting.
(6.) GALE 26 (Gale Mfg. Co. - Albion, Mich.) - - 10". Pitted. (R1-193)
(7.) S329 (Rock Island Plow Co) - - 9.5". Excellent. (R1-401)

Choice Box 025: Lot of Six Automotive Wenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 8.5" EMF type forged hub cap wrench. Good.
(2.) FAIRMOUNT CLEVE. - - 8.5" EMF type forged hub cap wrench. Good+.
(3.) THE GEM - FORGED TOOL STEEL - - 11" automotive type adjustable wrench with nut and alligator type pipe jaws and a tire tool end. Good+. (S58)
(4.) SIMMONS (with arrow logo) - - 10". After market Ford service wrench. Good++.
(5.) UNIVERSAL MADE IN USA / G-15 - FORD AND MANY OTHERS - KEN-TOOL - AKRON, OHIO - - 10" universal drain plug wrench with six functions. Good++.
(6.) 21774 (orphan) / X - - 13" cast oe by hex box. Excellent with weak markings.

PiCs Choice Lots 24 & 25

Choice Box 026: Lot of Five Ford and Ferguson Plow Wrenches - With ruler markings to measure the plow furrow depth.
(1.) TANG - YUGOSLAVIA - 17 AND 27 - INCH (with inch ruler markings) / CM (metric ruler markings)- - 10.25". Rare, not listed.
(2.) 9N17014 FORDCO (script inside a oval) USA and ruler markings / 22 with Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 10.5".
(3.) 9N17014 FORDCO (script inside a oval) USA and ruler markings / 27 with Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 10.5".
(4.) 9N17014 FORDCO (script inside a oval) USA and ruler markings / 19 with Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 10.5".
(5.) FERGUSON - TO-17014 (markings on jaw faces) - ruler markings - - 10.5". Scarce. (R1-178)

Choice Box 027: Lot of Five Ford and Massey Harry Ferguson Plow Wrenches - With ruler markings to measure the plow furrow depth.
(1.) Marked only with ruler markings / Moore's "M" in a circle logo - 10.5"
(2.) Marked only with ruler markings / Illinois Malleable Iron Co's "IM" logo - - 10.5" .
(3.) 9N17014 FORDCO (script inside a oval) USA and ruler markings / 25 with Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 10.5".
(4.) 9N17014 FORDCO (script inside a oval) USA and ruler markings / 6 with Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 10.5".
(5.) 180108M1 <MHF> - 11/16 - 1-1/16 (Massey Harry Ferguson) / ruler markings - - 10.5" all markings on shaft variation. Shiny clean. (R2-184)

Choice Box 028: Lot of Five Ford Plow Wrenches - With ruler markings to measure the plow furrow depth.
(1.) Marked only with ruler markings / 14 Moore's "M" in a circle logo - 10.5"
(2.) Marked only with ruler markings / M3 - - 10.5" .
(3.) 9N17014 FORDCO (script inside a oval) USA and ruler markings / 26 with Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 10.5".
(4.) 9N17014 FORDCO (script inside a oval) USA and ruler markings / 18 with Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 10.5".
(5.) 9N17014 FORDCO (script inside a oval) USA and ruler markings / 12 with Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 10.5".

PiCs Choice Lots 26 thru 28

Choice Box 029: Lot of Ten New Style After Market Ford Type Spark Plug and Cylinder Head Bolt Wrenches
(1.) CRAFTSMAN - - 9.75"
(2.) DIAMOND (in a diamond logo) DROP-FORGED - DULUTH - USA 11 - - 10".
(3.) WALKER TURNER - NEW YORK / DROP FORGED STEEL - - 10".
(4.) BARCALO - BUFFALO - USA / DROP-FORGED-STEEL ("B" in a an oval logo) - - 9.75"
(5.) MARION - - 9.5"
(6.) BARCALO - BUFFALO - USA / DROP-FORGED-STEEL ("B" in a an oval logo) - - 9.75".
(7.) FRANK MOSSBERG CO, ATTLEBORO, MASS. / 635 CYLINDER HEAD & SPARK PLUG WRENCH FOR FORDS (Mossberg logo) - - 10".
(8.) DIAMOND DROP-FORGED - DULUTH - MADE IN USA - - 10".
(9.) BUCKEYE - - 9.5".
(10.) FAIRMOUNT . CLEVE - - 10".

Choice Box 030: Lot of Six Older Style After Market Ford Type Spark Plug and Cylinder Head Bolt Wrenches
(1.) DAVIS / "D" inside another "D" logo - - 10.5"
(2.) ORO (in script to resemble Ford script logo) and a "D" inside another "D" logo - - 12". Oro was a trade name used by the Au-To Compressor Co Wilmington, Ohio.
(3.) DAVIS / "D" inside another "D" logo - - 10.5"
(4.) BUFFUM TOOL CO - LOUISIANA, MO / TRADEMARK (with a Swastika logo) - - 10.5". Patent was granted to James S. Proctor of Sturgeon, Missouri. on 12-1-1896. *PAT*
(5.) ORO (in script to resemble Ford script logo) - - 12". Oro was a trade name used by the Au-To Compressor Co Wilmington, Ohio.
(6.) Bonney shield logo --12" heavier construction than most.

PiCs Choice Lots 29 & 30

Choice Box 031: Lot of Four Early Hand Operated Valve Grinders
(1.) MARVEL VALVE GRINDER - CLEVELAND, OHIO - PATENT PEND - - 12.75" crank type valve grinder with cast body and wooden knob. Good++.
(2.) KELLOGG MFG. CO. - ROCHESTER, NY - - 16.5" cast type valve grinder. Excellent, not cleaned.
(3.) ZIM MFG. CO / PAT. APPLD. FOR - - 11" cast valve grinder with a wooden crank knob. Different. mesmerizing reciprocating mechanism Excellent.
(4.) NO. 411 - DURO METAL PRODUCTS CO. - CHICAGO - PATENTS PENDING - - 10.25" crank type valve grinder with steel body and wooden knobs. Excellent with original red finish.

Choice Box 032: Lot of Four Early Hand Operated Valve Tools
(1.) SYRACUSE WRENCH CO. - SYRACUSE N.Y. - - 15.5" lever operated cast valve grinder. Good+, some damage to the pivot bolt head.
(2.) BRIDGEPORT NO, 02 / PAT. APP. FOR - MADE IN USA - - 7.5" different cast valve spring lifter. Excellent.
(3.) Unmarked - - 16.5" lever type cast valve grinder. Good++.
(4.) Unmarked - - 13" crank type valve grinder. Good++.

PiCs Choice Lots 31 & 32

Choice Box 033: Lot of Seven Silo Type Wrenches
(1.) Marked only "5/8" - - 8.75". Good++.
(2.) 2-7/16 - 2-11/16 - 2-15/16 - - 8". Good+.
(3.) MONTGOMERY WARD & CO 5/8 / 1/2 - - 10" silo wrench. Excellent. (R1-336)
(4.) S12 - 3/4 / 5/8 - 1/2 (with a E.C. Tecktonius Mfg Co. logo) - - 10.5". Good+. (R1-453)
(5.) MONTGOMERY WARD & CO 5/8 / 1/2 - - 10" silo wrench. Good++. (R1-336)
(6.) E. C. Tecktunius Mfg Co - 5/8 / Racine Wis No.2 - 5/8 - - 10.5". Tecktonius misspelled. Good. (R1-453)
(7.) Marked only "3/4" - - 14". Light pitting.

Choice Box 034: Lot of Seven Silo Wrenches
(1.) 5/8 / 5/8 - - 10.25" silo type wrench. Good++.
(2.) SAGINAW SILO / FARMERS HANDY WAGON CO (Saginaw, Mich.) - - 8.5". Good+. (R1-175)
(3.) TWIN CITY TANK & SILO CO - 5/8 / MINNEAPOLIS MINN - 1/2 - - 10" silo wrench. Large letters variant. Good++. (R1-461)
(4.) Unmarked - - 9" silo type wrench. Good+.
(5.) E.C. TECKTONIUS MFG CO - 5/8 / RACINE WIS - 5/8 - S13 - -10.25". Good+. (R1-453)
(6.) E.C. TECKTONIUS MFG CO - 5/8 - 1/2 / RACINE WIS - 3/4 - S12 - -10.5" silo wrench, marking variation. Good++. (R1-453)
(7.) INDIANA SILO CO (Anderson, Indiana) - 5/8 - - 10.5" double open end S-wrench. Pitting. (R1-249)

PiCs Choice Lots 33 & 34

Choice Box 035: Lot of Five Automotive Tire Tools, Etc.
(1.) Unmarked - - 18" heavy duty crank type tire tool?. Excellent, not cleaned.
(2.) GOLDBLATT TOOL CO. KANSAS CITY, MO. / PAST PEND - - 12.5" odd masonry tool. Goldblatt, makers of masonry tools was founded in 1885 and is still in business. Excellent.
(3.) J Z DROP CENTER TIRE TOOL / MFG RULO NEBR - PAT APL FOR - - 17.5" Nebraska made tire tool. Excellent.
(4.) OFF-AN-ON-TIRE-TOOL / PAT. APL'D FOR - - 12" cast tire tool, advertised in 1912 by the New Era Spring & Specialty Co. of Detroit, Mich. Good++ with blurry markings.
(5.) Marked only PAT PEND. - - 16.75" tire and lug nut tool? Excellent.

Choice Box 036: Lot of Eight Plier Type Tools
(1.) Unmarked - - 10" gas type pliers with wire cutter and screwdriver. Good+.
(2.) THE VICTOR - - 7" slip joint pliers with wire cutter and screwdriver end. Poor, pitted, replace pivot bolt nut. (S1060T)
(3.) Can't read markings - - 7.5" cast cotter key pliers. Pitting.
(4.) Unmarked - - 7" offset slip joint pliers. Looks like H. D. Smith's No. 646 "Gittatit" Offset Slip Joint Pliers. Poor.
(5.) BLUE BIRD -NO. 11 USA / FORGED ALLOY - - 7.5" battery pliers. Excellent.
(6.) IXL - PAT. MAY 13, 1902 - - 7.75" cast fruit jar opener. Patented By Michael Monehan and Peter Dorner (a citizen of Switzerland) both of Dixon, Illinois. Excellent. *PAT*
(7.) K. R. WILSON - S-216 - BUFFALO, NY / MADE IN USA --9.5" specialty pliers like tool for testing crankpin bearing installation for Ford V-8 "60" engines. Excellent.
(8.) SAFEWAY STRAP CUTTER - US PAT. 3,284896 / ALLOY STEEL - MADE IN NORWAY - -12.5" cast cutter patented as a "Band Cutter and Gripper" by Reichborn-Kjennerud of New York, N.Y. and assigned to Goodway Tools Corp. also of New York. Good++. *PAT*

PiCs Choice Lots 35 & 36

Choice Box 037: Lot of Seven Cast Farm Wrenches
(1.) CHATTANOOGA - CP4003 / (IHC logo) - - 8.5" with hammer head. All markings raised. Excellent with some original finish. (R1-98)
(2.) L299 with a double diamond logo (New Idea Spreader Co. - Coldwater, Ohio) - - 9". Good+.
(3.) HZ160 / (diamond logo) (Deere) - - 10" binder wrench and crank. Markings on two lines variation. Good+, not cleaned. (DC341)
(4.) 41 (orphan) - - 8.25". Pitted.
(5.) Can't read part number - - 9" pin wrench with three wrench sizes. Pitting.bn
(6.) GA246 (IHC) - - 9.75" piston socket wrench. Weak markings. (R1-253)
(7.) 295 (P & O later IHC) - - 9.25". Five open ends, offset on small end variation. Excellent. (R1-371)

Choice Box 038: Lot of Six Farm Wrenches
(1.) DISK - - (Janesville Machine Co. Later Samson Tractor Co.) - - 14.25". Some hammer damage on one end. (R1-265)
(2.) T272 with a "F" in a circle logo (orphan) - - 7.75" single 12 point box end. Excellent.
(3.) LADISH CO. TRI CLOVER - 25HA-1 - 25HA-1-1/2 / KENOSHA WISCONSIN - - 13" cast aluminum. Excellent.
(4.) 94 (Avery Co) - - 7" x 13.75" Tee socket wrench. Excellent. (R2-18)
(5.) JWB with a "CH" logo (Collin's Plow Co's J. W. B. Walking Cultivator, Etc. - Quincy, Illinois) - - 11.5". One open end variant. Good+. (R1-266)
(6.) 3613 / P & O CO CANTON ILL- - 12". Light pitting. (R1-370)

Choice Box 039: Lot of Six Cast Farm Wrenches
(1.) DEERING (in a ledger plate logo) - D736 (William Deering later IHC) - - 5.5" pitman wrench. Good++. (R1-139)
(2.) 918 (Delaval Cream Separator) - - 8". Pitted. (R1-141, R2-77)
(3.) F354 (IHC) - - 7.75". Pitted, poor markings. (R1-252)
(4.) Can't read markings but it looks like IHC P349 - - 7.5". Pitted..
(5.) N738 - IHC logo - - 3" x 5.25" L-socket wrench. Excellent.
(6.) PLANET JR. / 3 - MADE IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - - 6.25". Excellent.

PiCs Choice Lots 37 thru 39

Choice Box 040: Lot of Four 12" Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches
(1.) No markings - - 12". Looks like Taft's Railroad and Mower wrench. Lip on the lower jaw won't stay connected to the adjusting nut.
(2.) L. COES PAT'D DEC 15, 1891 - APR. 30, 1895 / can't read markings - - 12" knife handle with handle ferrule spur extensions. Fair.. (HP50)
(3.) A. G. COES & CO. - WORCESTER MASS also stamped B & S CO. / steam engine governor logo with 5-2-1871 and 12-28-1875 patent dates) - - 12" Coes wooden handled jog bar type. Good with weak markings. (HP22)
(4.) THE LAMSON & SESSIONS CO. - PAT'D - CLEVELAND, O. / ENGINEERS - CASE HARDENED - - 12" wood handled monkey wrench with extended ferrule shoulder that holds the adjusting screw (with ribbed knob) in place (Matthew Campfield's 5-9-1882 patent). Poor, weak markings. *PAT*

Choice Box 041: Lot of Five Sickle Repairing Tools, Etc.
(1.) BUFFALO ALL CHAIN DETACHER - PAST PEND - AC-10-2 - - 4.5" different t style two piece with chain.
(2.) TRASCO - A1476 / TRASCO - M - - 8". Chain Detacher. Hammer damage.
(3.) Unmarked - -6" heavy cast sickle guard ledger plate repair block anvil.
(4.) MD989 (with an IHC logo) - - 7.5" cast sickle guard.
(5.) CASE (with a Case Threshing Machine Eagle logo) / MT 77 - - 7.25" cast sickle guard.

Choice Box 042: Lot of Four Sickle Repairing Tools, Etc.
(1.) 409 (with a "W" and double diamond logo) - - 6.5" cast ledger plate repair anvil.
(2.) MA2055 (with an IHC logo) - - 6" cast sickle guard ledger plate repair block anvil.
(3.) Q5027 (IHC logo) - - 8" cast chain detacher..
(4.) CASE (with a Case Threshing Machine Eagle logo) / MT 77 - - 7.25" cast sickle guard.

PiCs Choice Lots 40 thru 42

Choice Box 043: Lot of Six IHC and John Deere Wrenches and Cranks
(1.) J1506 - J1507 - IHC Logo (IHC whole No. J1502) - - 16.25" ratchet, offset handle variant. Good++. (R1-254)
(2.) 131L - IHC logo - - 7.5" x 14. Tee socket wrench. Excellent.
(3.) IH logo (can' read part number) 60 RPM - - 13.5" IHC cream separator crank with timer. Excellent.
(4.) HZ160 / (U logo) (Deere) - - 10" binder wrench and crank. Markings on two lines variation. Excellent with original red paint. (DC341)
(5.) S246 (IHC) - - 14" crank with an odd L-shaped hook extension. Scarce. Good+, painted.
(6.) 2004 (IHC logo) - - 13" wooden handled crank, Good++ with replaced wood.

Choice Box 044: Lot of seven IHC Wrenches
(1.) 632LA / (IHC logo) - - 4.5" by 1-1/2" cast hex socket with lip near socket opening variant. Good++.
(2.) C (Keystone Co, Sterling, Illinois, later IHC) - - 4" x 7.5". Excellent. (R1-280)
(3.) P & O CO CANTON ILL 4131 - - 7". Pitted. (R1-370)
(4.) UA51 - IHC logo / CANADA - - 8.5". All markings indented variation. Excellent.
(5.) G-3170 with IHC logo (type 13) - - 11". Good++ with owner's ID "HC".
(6.) Z788 (IHC) / Z786 - - 8 all metal screw adjust nut wrench. Ribbed nut, no IHC logo variation. Good+. (R1-256)
(7.) G246 (IHC) - - 7.75" piston socket for IHC Titan Tractors and early gas engines. No logo variation. Good+.

PiCs Choice Lots 43 thru 44

Choice Box 045: Lot of Six Cast Farm Wrenches
(1.) D561 (Peoria Drill & Seeder Co., Peoria, ILL.) - - 5.5" oddball. Excellent. (R2-154)
(2.) A252 (Avery Co. - Peoria, ILL) - - 5" x 5" double L-socket for Avery Gas and Kerosene Tractors. Excellent with usual light markings. (R2-18)
(3.) DEERING (in a ledger plate logo) - D736 (William Deering later IHC) - - 5.5" pitman wrench. Good++. (R1-139)
(4.) SHARES / N167 (Janesville Machine Co. - Janesville, Wisc.) - - 5.5". Good+. (R1-265)
(5.) BS9 (orphan) - - 7.5" single box end with open loop handle. Excellent.
(6.) Marked only "T" (orphan) - - 8". Overall light pitting.

Choice Box 046: Lot of Seven IHC Wrenches and Screwdrivers
(1.) Unmarked (Osborne No. K234 -D. M. Osborne & Co, Auburn, NY later IHC) - - 3.5" by 5"tee handled socket wrench. Excellent.
(2.) Unmarked (IHC No. 91C) - - 5" tee handled cream separator screwdriver. Good++.
(3.) 1244C - IHC logo - - 7.25" cream separator wrench. Good++. (R1-256)
(4.) 10465CX - IHC logo - - 8.75" cream separator wrench and screwdriver. Excellent.
(5.) CHAMPION No. 175 (also on IHC List) - - 7.25" with six different openings and 7/16" square stud (larger stud variation). Good++. (Listed in IHC list, not pictured in Rathbone)
(6.) 2715 (P & O, later IHC) - - 9.5". All markings indented variation. Good+. (R1-251)
(7.) U51 - IHC logo - - 8.5" Number raised, logo indented variation. Excellent.

Choice Box 047: Lot of Seven Cast Farm Wrenches
(1.) Marked only "5" (orphan) - - 9.75". Good++.
(2.) W 101 (orphan) - - 5.5". Good++.
(3.) D239 - C (Rock Island) - - 10". Good++. (R1-400)
(4.) A165 (Minnesota Prison Industries) - - 5.25". Excellent. (R3-154)
(5.) GDP CO / G111 (Grand Detour Plow Co. - Dixon, ILL.) - - 10". Good. (R1-205)
(6.) GALE 26 (Gale Mfg. Co. - Albion, Mich.) - - 10". Good+. (R1-193)
(7.) R298 (orphan) - - 10.5". Different looking wrench. Good++, painted.

PiCs Choice Lots 45 thru 47

Choice Box 048: Lot of Six Alligator Wrenches
(1.) ALLIGATOR WRENCH - PAT. FEB 8, 1898 (with logo) / No. 2 MFD BY ROEBLING - TRENTON, N. J. - - 8.75". single ended alligator wrench. Design patent was issued to Samuel T. Freas of Trenton, New Jersey. Good++. *PAT*
(2.) No. 2 BULL DOG - DROP-FORGED IN USA (Williams' logo) / J. H. WILLIAMS ∓ CO. - - 9" single ended alligator wrench. Excellent.
(3.) ALLIGATOR WRENCH - PAT. FEB 8, 1898 (with logo) / No. 2 MFD BY ROEBLING - TRENTON, N. J. - - 8.75". single ended alligator wrench same as Lot 48-1 above. Light pitting, weak markings. *PAT*
(4.) SAXTON WRENCH - DROP FORGED STEEL / THE KILBORN & BISHOP CO. - NEW HAVEN CONN USA - - 8" alligator wrench with rethreading dies. Good+ with a spot of light pitting.
(5.) THE HAWKEYE - HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. THE TROPICAL OIL CO. - CLEVELAND, OHIO / PAT. 720554 - PAT'S PENDING - - 8.25" double ended alligator wrench with rethreading dies. I have seen a couple other alligator wrench with advertising but not from this company. Patented by Charles Benesh of Wahpeton, North Dakota on Feb. 17, 1903. Good+. *PAT*
(6.) CROCODILE - MADE IN USA - HAWKEYE - HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. - MARSHALLTOWN, IA - - 8.5" alligator wrench with rethreading dies and screwdriver. Excellent. *PAT*

Choice Box 049: Lot of Seven Farm Wrenches
(1.) KW8 (Rock Island Plow Co) - - 7.75". Good++. (R1-400)
(2.) 34 (Rock Island Plow Co) - - 8" with six openings, large open end variation. Good. (R1-400)
(3.) GA246 (IHC logo) - - 9.75" piston socket wrench. With logo variation. Good+. (R1-253)
(4.) SAGINAW SILO / FARMERS HANDY WAGON CO (Saginaw, Mich.) - - 8.5". Pitted. (R1-175)
(5.) 0156 (orphan) - - 7.25" heavy cast single box end with two sizes. Good++.
(6.) R121 (orphan) - - 8.5" Same shape as Iron Age cutout wrench. Excellent.
(7.) CHAMPION SILO / WESTERN SILO CO - DES MOINES IOWA - - 12". Single socket variation. Good++. (R1-484)

Choice Box 050: Lot of Seven Cast Farm Wrenches
(1.) 940X (P & O CO / CANTON ILL (IHC) - - 5". Good++. (R1-370)
(2.) HH (orphan, may be Badger Mfg. Co. - Council bluffs, Iowa) - - 9.75". Good+.
(3.) A23 / <M-H> (Massey-Harris) - - 5.5". Excellent. (R2-180)
(4.) Unmarked - - 8" pin/wrench with three wrench openings. Good++.
(5.) F239 (Oliver / IHC Canada) - - 9.5". Good with some nicks and dents..
(6.) BOND 2 (Bond Foundry & Co. - Manheim, Penn.) - - 8.5" Good++ (R1-58)
(7.) Unmarked (Buford No. 92 wrench - later Rock Island) - - 8.75". Good+. (not in Rathbone)

PiCs Choice Lots 48 thru 50

Choice Box 051: Lot of Seven Alligator Wrenches
(1.) THE - TEDDY - SCREWDRIVER / WATERLOO, IA - PAT. APL'D FOR - - 8" John Morris' combination alligator wrench, hammer and screwdriver. Good++. (S40, patent not found)
(2.) THE HAWKEYE - HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. MARSHALLTOWN, IA / PAT. 720554 - PAT'S PENDING - - 8.25" double alligator wrench with rethreading dies. Patented by Charles Benesh of Wahpeton, North Dakota on Feb. 17, 1903. Good++. *PAT*
(3.) THE S & T WRENCH - - 8" thin steel double alligator wrench with center rethreading dies. Some pitting.
(4.) PATENTED - APRIL 3, 1906 - - 8" double alligator wrench with rethreading dies. Patented by Jay D. Edmonds of Chicago, ILL. Good++. *PAT*
(5.) BONNEY VIXEN - ALLENTOWN PA / (Bonney's "B" in shield logo) - MADE IN USA - - 7.75" double ended alligator wrench with rethreading dies. Good+.
(6.) SAXTON - The K & B CO. - NEW HAVEN, CT. - - 7.75" double alligator wrench with rethreading dies. Good+.
(7.) Unmarked - - 11.5" double alligator wrench with offset ends. Pitted.

Choice Box 052: Lot of Eight Farm Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) MALSBARY 6180 (Holt Mfg. Co. - Stockton, Calif.) - - 13.25". Holt Mfg. made the Malsbary Gain Drill. Excellent. (R1-306)
(2.) B247H - JD logo - - 10.5" binder wrench and crank. Good++ with original red paint. (DC245)
(3.) PS13028 - - 6" cast What's-It. Excellent.
(4.) Unmarked (Case Threshing Machine Co. 0270T) - - 17" threshing machine cylinder wrench. Good++.(R1-81)
(5.) 2340A / PATD with Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo - - 10.5". Painted orange.
(6.) E308 (Rosenthal Corn Husker Co. - West Allis, Wisc.) - - 10" handle for E307 (below). Excellent. (R1-402)
(7.) E307 (Rosenthal Corn Husker Co. - West Allis, Wisc.) - - 16.5" long double square socket. Good++. (R1-402, R3-189)
(8.) Marked only D127 (Sterling Mfg. Co. - Sterling Illinois) - - 14". Not in Rathbone but same wrench number as marked Sterling wrench. Good++. (see R1-439)

PiCs Choice Lots 51 & 52

Choice Box 053: Lot of Five 12" Monkey Wrenches
(1.) BEMIS & CALL, etc. (poor markings, some not readable) - - 12" monkey wrench with pipe and nut jaws and a long adjusting sleeve with four rings. Poor handle.
(2.) SOLID BAR - PAT JAN 14, 1896 (Pexto)- - 12" monkey with knife type handles. Good+.
(3.) H. S. & CO (Hibbard, Spencer & Co.).REVONOC (Conover spelled backwards) - - 12" with knife type slab handles. Good+ with a couple tight handle cracks.
(4.) Unmarked - - 12" Bemis & Call type monkey wrench with pipe and nut jaws and a long hex and ridged adjusting sleeve. Good with tight handle cracks.
(5.) "WYETH" / W & B (w/ a diamond logo) J. H. WILLIAMS (etc.) - - 12" knife wood handle monkey wrench sold by the Wyeth Hardware & Mfg. Co of St. Joseph, MO. Poor, cracked lower jaw, hammer damage, poor handle slabs.

Choice Box 054: Lot of Six Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches
(1.) COES - WRENCH CO. WORCESTER - MASS. USA / MFD UNDER - L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 12" WITH knife handle. Good++. (like HP58 but with wood handle not all metal)
(2.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER, MASS / L. COES PATD. JULY 6, 1880 - JULY 8, 1884 - - 12" with wooden knife type handles. Good+. (HP45)
(3.) GERMANY - - 12" Coes type monkey wrench. Good+.
(4.) Unmarked - - 12". Similar to Taft's Railroad and Mower wrench, different adjusting nut than normally seen. Good+, handle is poor.
(5.) COLLINS & CO - HARTFORD USA - PATENTED JULY 22, 1902 - - 12" with distinctive hex handle ferrule and extended adjusting screw support plate. First Collins wrench we have listed with the July 22, 1902 patent date (patent No. 705451) which was issued to Edward H. Sears (president of the Collins Company 1886 to 1907). Patent was for molten lead like metal to be poured inside the wooden handle around the shaft. Good+ with some grind marks (see C107) *PAT*
(6.) Can't read markings - - 12" with the Coes type jog bar. Good+, excellent handle.

PiCs Choice Lots 53 & 54

Choice Box 055: Lot of Seven Cast Tee Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 11" tee handled socket wrench. Good++.
(2.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 16-3/4" by 10" oddball tee wrench.
(3.) 46CL - Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 8" by 8" Tee socket wrench. Good++. (R1-82)
(4.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 13.5" odd, heavy wrench with slotted opening. Excellent.
(5.) E BEMENT AND SONS - LANSING MICH. / J181-1/2 - - 8" by 12.5". Excellent. (R1-49)
(6.) B58 (orphan) - - 6.25" x 12" tee handled socket wrench. Good++ with casting flaw.
(7.) 3 / "P' in a square logo (Deere?) - - 6" by 8" tee socket wrench. Looks like Deere 31 wrench. Good++. (see DC6)

PiCs Choice Lot 55

Choice Box 056: Lot of six Cast Tee Wrenches
(1.) ST21 (Oliver and Gale?) - - 6.25" by 11.25" Tee handled socket wrench. Good++. (R1-361, R2-109)
(2.) LG276 (with a Case Eagle logo) (Case T. M. Co. earlier Emerson-Brantingham) - - 6" by 8.5" Tee socket wrench. Good++. (R1-82)
(3.) E BEMENT AND SONS - LANSING MICH. / J181-1/2 - - 8" by 12.5". Good with some hammer damage. (R1-49)
(4.) 855 (orphan) - - 10.25" by 9" odd ball tee socket and open end wrench with a broken off tab, top center.
(5.) 1224 (Huber Mfg. Co. - Marion, Ohio) - - 6.25" by 7" tee socket wrench. One socket ahs a crack. (R2-134)
(6.) PEDA? (markings are blurry) - - 4.5" by 6" tee handled socket wrench. Good+.

PiCs Choice Lot 56

Choice Box 057: Lot of Five Large Farm Wrenches
(1.) 25645B with IHC logo - - 20" double open ended wrench.
(2.) Unmarked (Moline Plow No. RD2108) - - 22" plow wrench. Good++. (parts list pic R1-333. R3-157)
(3.) 365F 2in UNION WRENCH (Advance Thresher Co. - Battle Creek, Mich.) - - Steam engine wrench with a 6" cast head, pipe handle is 23". Good++.
(4.) 168J / 1-1/2in THROTTLE WRENCH (Advance Thresher Co. - Battle Creek, Mich.) - - Steam engine wrench. Cast head is 4.75", pipe handle is 17.75". Good++.
(5.) Unmarked (IHC #3041TM?) - - 23.5" with a hex box and an open end. Looks like wrench part number 3041TM shown in a IHC Titan Tractor Parts Book and described as "wrench for rear wheel spoke nuts". Good++.

PiCs Choice Lot 57

Choice Box 058: Lot of Four Extra Large Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 20.25" smith made wedge type adjustable nut wrench. Good++.
(2.) Unmarked - -23" single ended alligator wrench. Excellent.
(3.) C. B. & Q. R.R. (Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad) - - 24" neat large double ended alligator wrench, probably made in C.B & Q's shop. Good++.
(4.) TRAHERN PUMP COMPANY - ROCKFORD ILL - A / PAT NOV 9, 1897 - - 29" large cast wrench with hex open ends. Design patent was granted to Oscar P. Trahern of Rockford, ILL. Good++. (R1-459) *PAT*

PiCs Choice Lot 58

Choice Box 059: Lot of Ten Cobbler's Shoe Forms and Anvils. All in excellent condition
(1.) ECLIPSE - ST. LOUIS - - 12" heavy cast cobbler's lap type shoe anvil
(2.) Unmarked - - 13" heavy cast cobbler's lap type shoe anvil
(3.) Marked only "X" - - 8" cast shoe form. Fits anvils No1 and No. 2 above.
(4.) Marked only "Y" - - 7" cast shoe form. Fits anvils No1 and No. 2 above.
(5.) Marked only "Z" - - 6.5" cast shoe form. Fits anvils No1 and No. 2 above.
(6.) Marked only "A" - - 6" cast shoe form. Fits anvils No1 and No. 2 above.
(7.) Marked only "B" - - 7" cast shoe form. Fits anvils No1 and No. 2 above.
(8.) Marked only "C" - - 8" cast shoe form. Fits anvils No1 and No. 2 above.
(9.) Marked only "D" - - 9" cast shoe form. Fits anvils No1 and No. 2 above.
(10.) Marked only "92" - - 9" cast shoe form. Fits anvil No. 2 above.

PiCs Choice Lot 59

Choice Box 060: Lot of Six 10" Monkey Wrenches
(1.) 10" TRADEMARK COES (in oval) -10" / BILLINGS - MADE IN USA (with a "B" in a triangle logo). - - 10.75" all metal monkey wrench. Last Coes type wrench manufactured. Good++. (HP66).
(2.) Whitman & Barnes' diamond logo - MADE IN USA - WARRANTED - - 10" Coes type monkey wrench with knife type wooden handle. Good++ with excellent wood scales.
(3.) A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 & DEC 26, 71 (with steam engine governor logo) - - 10" jog bar type. Good with handle crack. (HP21)
(4.) A. G. COES & CO. - WORCESTER MASS. / A. G. COES - PAT"D MAR. 6, 1866 - - 10". Patent is for the two piece locking ferrule. Good with some jaw edge damaged and poor wooden handle. (HP12) *PAT*
(5.) Unmarked - - 10" threaded shaft, center screw adjust nut wrench with an unusual octagon handle end nut. Maker not known but very early style wrench similar to the first Merrick's patent. First one I have seen. Light pitting, handle looks like a modern replacement.
(6.) PAT'D NOV 10, 1863 - FEB 23, 1865 - REISSUED JUNE 1, 1869 / (can't read markings on the other side because of manufacturing flaw) - - 10" Coes Mechanics Wrench with the distinctive split adjusting knurl that fits slots in the handle shaft. Patented by George C. Taft of Worcester and later assigned to Coes. Good+ with damage to the bottom edge of the wooden handle. (HP38) *PAT*

Choice Box 061: Lot of Four 18" Monkey Wrenches
(1.) Whitman & Barnes' diamond logo / D. & R.G. RR. ( Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) - - 18" all metal monkey wrench. Good with several dings.
(2.) COES WRENCH CO. - WORCESTER, MASS. / L. COES PAT'D DEC 15, 1891 - APR. 30, 1895 - - 18" knife handle with handle ferrule spur extensions. Good with some dings, weak markings. (HP50) *PAT*
(3.) BEMIS & CALL / SPRINGFIELD, MASS. - - 18" massive wooden handled comb. nut and pipe wrench with long hex adjusting sleeve and a replaceable lower pipe jaw insert. Patented Dec 2, 1873 by W. Chaplin Bemis also of Springfield. Good+, minor dings, handle cracks. (similar to S837) *PAT*
(4.) COES - WRENCH CO - WORCESTER, MASS. USA / MADE IN USA UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 18" all metal monkey wrench with the ball bearing above the adjusting knurl. Good. (not listed, marked similar to HP56)

PiCs Choice Lots 60 thru 61

Choice Box 062: Lot of Six H. D. Smith Perfect Handle Tools with Wood Slab Handles - Design patent issued to William S. Thomson of Plantsville, Conn. on July 28, 1914 applies to the open end wrenches *PAT*
(1.) THE H. D. SMITH & COMPANY / "PERFECT HANDLE" PATENTED - - 13". Advertised for use as a tire tool or automotive pry bar. Marking s different than usually found. Design patent issued to by Lucius Walkley of Plantsville, CT. on July 8, 1913. Good++. *PAT*
(2.) 1/2 - THE H. D. SMITH & CO. / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 7.25" open end wrench (7/8" opening). Good+.
(3.) 1 - THE H. D. SMITH & CO. / "PERFECT HANDLE" PATENTED Also marked: BROWN & SHARPE MFG. CO. - PROVIDENCE, R. I. USA - - 8.25" open end wrench (1" opening). Good.
(4.) 5 /8 - THE H. D. SMITH & CO. / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 9" open end wrench (1" opening). Good++.
(5.) 3/4 - THE H. D. SMITH & CO. / "PERFECT HANDLE" PATENTED - - 11" open end wrench (1-1/4" opening). Good++ .
(6.) 1 - THE H. D. SMITH & CO. / "PERFECT HANDLE" PATENTED - - 13" open end wrench (1-1/2" opening). Good++ .

Choice Box 063: Lot of Four Stove Tools
(1.) 2256 - - 9.25" odd ball cast stove lid lifter?
(2.) REMOVE SHAKER HANDLE UP / OVER DRAFT - - 12" heavy cast crank type handle with large distinct markings.
(3.) 316 / 176 - G. DI? - - 10" cast handle and stove lid lifter.
(4.) MOORE'S STOVES & RANGES / 2201 - - 12" cast handle and stove lid lifter. Plated finish.

PiCs Choice Lots 62 thru 63

Choice Box 064: Lot of Six 10" Monkey Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 11" wood handled Bemis & Call type nut and pipe wrench. Poor, crack, pitting.
(2.) A. G. COES & CO. - WORCESTER, MASS / A. G. COES - PAT"D MAR. 6, 1866 - - 10" with Jog Bar shaft and locking ferrule. Good+.(HP17) *PAT*
(3.) WHITMAN & BARNES MFG. CO. - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench with ridged adjusting bolt knob. Good.
(4.) W & B (Whitman & Barnes' diamond logo) - MADE IN USA - - 10" all metal monkey wrench. Poor.
(5.) A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 & DEC 26, 71 (with steam engine governor logo) - - 10" jog bar type. Good with hammer damage. (HP21)
(6.) THE LAMSON & SESSIONS CO. - PAT'D - CLEVELAND, O. / ENGINEERS - CASE HARDENED - - 10.5" wood handled monkey wrench with extended ferrule shoulder that holds the adjusting screw (with ribbed knob) in place (Matthew Campfield's 5-9-1882 patent). Good with edge damage. *PAT*

Choice Box 065: Lot of Six 15" Monkey Wrenches
(1.) MOORE DROP FORGING CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. - - 15" wooden handled Coes type monkey wrench. Good+ with a handle crack, weak makings.
(2.) BEMIS & CALL H & T. CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. USA / (B & C logo) - - 16" wooden handled nut and pipe wrench with long adjusting sleeve with four rings.. Good+
(3.) BEMIS & CALL COMPANY. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS - MADE IN USA / Bemis & Call logo - - 15" all metal center screw adjust nut wrench with hex adjusting nut. Good++.
(4.) Whitman & Barnes' W & B CO in a diamond logo - MADE IN USA - - 15" threaded shaft screw adjust wrench with pipe and nut jaws. Metal is Good++ but handle is taped.
(5.) A. G. COES & CO. - WORCESTER MASS / steam engine governor logo with 5-2-1871 and 12-28-1875 patent dates) - - 15" Coes wooden handled jog bar type. Good++ with owner's ID stamped on one jaw face. (HP22)
(6.) WM ENDERS OAK LEAF - ST. LOUIS USA (in an oak leaf logo) - MADE IN USA - - 15" knife type wooden handled monkey wrench. Good+ with poor handle (has been wrapped with wire).

PiCs Choice Lots 64 thru 65

Choice Box 066: Lot of Seven Monkey Wrenches
(1.) BEMIS & CALL H & T CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS USA / reverse side, no markings (also stamped with owner's ID "J. STANFELD- - 8" all metal threaded shaft monkey wrench. Round knurled adjusting nut variant. Excellent.(S843B)
(2.) PEXTO (in an oval log) (Peck, Stow & Wilcox) - SOLID BAR - USA - - 8" with knife type handle slabs. Good++.
(3.) GIRARD WRENCH MFG. CO. - GIRARD, PA. USA - - 8" wood handled monkey wrench. Good+.
(4.) BEMIS & CALL - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. USA / B &: C trademark logo - - 8" wooden handled comb. nut and pipe wrench with long three ring adjusting sleeve and a replaceable lower pipe jaw insert. Patented Dec 2, 1873 by W. Chaplin Bemis of Springfield. Wrench is excellent, handle is fair. (S843T) *PAT*
(5.) COE'S - WRENCH CO. - WORCESTER - MASS USA / MADE UNDER L. COE'S PAT'S - STEEL - - 8" with wood knife handles. Good++. (like HP56 but with wood handle not all metal)
(6.) Weak markings but probably reads: COLLINS & CO - HARTFORD USA / JORDAN & SMITH - PATENTED (also marked with owner's ID " J. ??SLADE") - - 8" wood handled monkey wrench with distinctive hex handle ferrule and extended adjusting screw support plate. Patented by Leander E. Smith AND Lucius Jordan both of Southington, Conn. on OCT 10, 1865. Good+, weak markings, tight handle cracks. (S384) *PAT*
(7.) GIRARD WRENCH MFG. CO. - GIRARD, PA. USA (in a rectangular panel) - - 8" wood handled monkey wrench. Good++.

Choice Box 067: Lot of six Farm type Wrenches
(1.) J. H. CO / 630 (Johnston Harvester Co. Batavia, NY, later Massey-Harris) - - 13" (short variation). Good++. (R1-272)
(2.) F25 (orphan) - - 14.75" heavy cast socket wrench or handle? Good+, painted.
(3.) B144 (orphan) - - 15.75". Good++.
(4.) W402 (Emerson, later Case T. M. Co.) with a "P" in a circle logo - - 17". Excellent. (R1-163)
(5.) M350 - USE FOR AXLE NUTS ONLY (Russell Grader Mfg. Co. of Minneapolis, Minn. later Caterpillar) - - 15.25". Not marked Super Mogul on back variation. The M350 wrenches have been attributed to IHC, Standard Ditching Machine Co and Caterpillar but the Russell Grader Mfg. Co. of Minneapolis, Minn. made the Super Mogul graders. Caterpillar purchased the company in 1928. Good with overall pitting or casting roughness.
(6.) 1294 (orphan) - - 18" hex socket by open end. Good+ with some jaw edge damaged.

PiCs Choice Lots 66 thru 67

Choice Box 068: Lot of Six Farm, Etc. wrenches
(1.) J. H. CO / 630 (Johnston Harvester Co. Batavia, NY, later Massey-Harris) - - 14.5" (long variation). Good, minor edge damage.. (R1-272)
(2.) J1506 - J1507 (IHC whole No. J1502) - - 13.25" ratchet, straight handle variant. Excellent. (R1-254)
(3.) MOP (Missouri Pacific Railroad) - - 15" double open end "S" Wrench. Good++.
(4.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 11.5" cast oddball with six openings. Severe pitting.
(5.) Sullivan Mchy Co (Sullivan Machinery Co. - Chicago) / 718AB - - 11" open end by slotted opening. Excellent. (not listed)
(6.) 883 / C (Case Plow and M-H) - - 14.75". Good++, with a casting flaw crack.. (R1-311)

Choice Box 069: Lot of Six Farm Type Wrenches
(1.) 1D3363 (Caterpillar) - - 13.75" hub wrench. Excellent. (R1-86)
(2.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 1" neat cast four opening wrench. Excellent.
(3.) USE THIS WRENCH TO REMOVE COVER FROM INJECTOR - COMPOUND INJECTOR & SPECIALTY CO. - CHICAGO USA (all in large, bold markings) (orphan) - - 15" cast single hex box end wrench. Excellent with original finish. (not listed)
(4.) DU-AL - 24-1001 (DU-AL Mfg. - Sioux Falls, South Dakota - tractor front end loaders) / 6070 "PF in a 'D" N - - 13.25" face spanner wrench. Excellent with original finish. (2-82)
(5.) 040794 (Allis Chalmers) - - 17.25" hex box end wrench. Excellent, with original finish. (ID from parts list, not in Rathbone)
(6.) HESTER PLOW CO - 1 (Jacksonville, Florida) - - 14. heavy, thick wrench. Good++, rough casting, new paint. (R1-232)

PiCs Choice Lots 68 thru 69

Choice Box 070: Lot of Five Cast Wrenches
(1.) 172 (J. D, Adams, Indianapolis, Indiana) - dogbone logo - - 10.5", two sizes on open end variation. Good++.
(2.) Can't read two digit part number - - 11.75" oddball. Severe pitting.
(3.) 4359 (P & O - later IHC) - - 12.5". Pitting, painted. (R1-370)
(4.) 23190 - 1 3/4 - - 11" extremely heavy single open ended wrench. Jaw damage.
(5.) 171J (Advance-Rumely) - - 11.5" Steam engine wrench. Three punched indentions for owner's ID? (R2-4)

Choice Box 071: Lot of Six Farm Type Wrenches
(1.) STERLING MF'G. CO. - D127 / STERLING ILL. - - 12" Graphic lettering. Good++. (R1-439)
(2.) Casting flaw on first two digits but probably 8824 (P & O, later IHC) - - 14" cast double square extended socket wrench. Good++.
(3.) CM-331 (Thomas Mfg. Co. - Springfield, Ohio, later Ohio Cultivator Co. - Bellevue, Ohio) - - 13.75". Three openings variant. Excellent with original finish?
(4.) 1384 (orphan) - - 16.25" cast square socket with handle. Excellent.
(5.) EMERSON S / W1074 (Emerson-Brantingham, Rockford, ILL) - - 16.. Good+. (R1-163)
(6.) BUCKEYE W - - 13" cast jack handle. Good++.

PiCs Choice Lots 70 thru 71

Choice Box 072: Lot of Six Farm Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 9.25" thick, heavy cast wrench. Good++.
(2.) ROCKWELL NORDSTROM / 8474 - 30527 - J-7 (with a "J-P" in a "C" logo) - - 10" cast valve wrench or handle with a hex box opening on the end. Excellent
(3.) <M-H> - SPARK PLUG WRENCH 202783M1 / MADE IN CANADA - - 10.75". Pitted. (R1-312)
(4.) DU-AL - 24-1000 (DU-AL Mfg. - Sioux Falls, South Dakota - tractor front end loaders) / "NR" in a circle logo (Northern Malleable Iron Company - St. Paul Minn.) - - 10.5" face spanner wrench. Good++ with some of the original finish. (not in Rathbone)
(5.) DU-AL - 2525 (DU-AL Mfg. - Sioux Falls, SD - tractor front end loaders) / "NR" in a circle logo (Northern Malleable Iron Company - St. Paul Minn.) - - 10.75" face spanner wrench. Excellent, like new with original finish. (not in Rathbone).
(6.) DU-AL - R-99 (DU-AL Mfg. - Sioux Falls, SD - tractor front end loaders) / "NR" in a circle logo (Northern Malleable Iron Company - St. Paul Minn.) - - 10.75" face spanner wrench. Excellent with most of the original finish. (R2-82)

Choice Box 073: Lot of Four Extra Large Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (Allis-Chalmers?) - - 23" soe with pointed end. End bent? Some original orange paint.
(2.) 7138 (Orphan) - - 20.25" large, heavy duty single hex box end. Excellent.
(3.) 9534DA (with an IHC logo) - - 17.75" soe (2-11/16:) large, heavy wrench 3/8" cap between numbers and letters variation. Good+.
(4.) No. 4 ALLIGATOR WRENCH - 1 TO 2 INCH PIPE / ARMSTRONG - CHICAGO USA (with arm and hammer logo) - - 21.5" alligator wrench. Good++ except for jaw chip.

PiCs Choice Lots 72 thru 73

Choice Box 074: Lot of Six Farm Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 9.25 " cast five opening wrench. Pitting.
(2.) D.203 (Moline Plow Co.) - - 8.25". Good++, painted. (R1-333)
(3.) Can't read markings - - 9" cast four opening wrench. Pitted.
(4.) H523 (IHC) - - 8" doe-s variant. Good++.
(5.) Unmarked or unreadable CROWN (Janesville's Machine Company's Crown Mower) - - 7.5". Pitted. ( R1-119 under Crown Mfg. Co.)
(6.) Unmarked - - 6.5" cast six opening wrench. Good+, painted.

Choice Box 075: Lot of Five Large Wrenches
(1.) THE W. CO. - 167 (The Westinghouse Co.? - Schenectady, NY) - - 19.5" heavy duty, double open ended wrench. Good++. (R3-230, not listed, see R2-293 for info on Westinghouse)
(2.) THE BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. USA - - 18" extra large automotive type adjustable wrench. good++ with minor jaw edge damage.
(3.) PERFECT HANDLE (weak markings, most not readable) - -21 knife handle monkey wrench. Good.
(4.) Unmarked (Orphan) - - 18" soe with odd ridges on sides of the jaw opening. Excellent.
(5.) PO13596 with IHC logo - - 23.5" double open ended wrench. All markings raised and on the head. Good++ with some of the original red paint.

PiCs Choice Lots 74 thru 75

Choice Box 076: Lot of Six Large Wrenches
(1.) (OD indistinct markings, looks like "OD") - USA - - 21" large cast wrench with 6pt and 8pt box end. Hub wrench? Good++ with overall light pitting or casting roughness.
(2.) LOWELL NO. 0. STEEL Q-1A PATENT NO. 1798194 / LOWELL WRENCH CO. WORCESTER MASS USA - - 17" cast reversible ratchet wrench. Patented by John H. Dodge of Worcester, Mass. on Mar. 31, 1931. Excellent. *PAT*
(3.) 6234 (orphan) - - 20" large wrench with two hex and one square box openings and a pipe handle. Excellent.
(4.) MANFD. BY - THE MENOMINEE WRENCH CO. - , MENOMINEE, MICH / NEWELL WRENCH - PAT - DEC 17, 95- - 19" unusual chain type pipe wrench. Patented granted to John Hoitt Newell of Hurley, Wisc. Good++. (C219) *PAT*
(5.) GEDORE (in an oval logo) - GERMANY / NO. 31 - 25" GEDORE-VANADIUM - - cast ratcheting socket wrench. Excellent.

PiCs Choice Lot 76

Choice Box 077: Lot of Seven Assorted Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (IHC tractor crank>) 26" crank. Good++.
(2.) GEARENCH (SIC) INC CLIFTON TX USA (with a winged "T" logo) /SIZE 1 TITAN VALVE WHEEL WRENCH AWY - - 15". Excellent.
(3.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 21" double offset socket wrench. Good++.
(4.) B301107 (orphan) - - 11" heavy duty open end with odd ball type end with a small hex box end. Excellent.
(5.) 176 (Avery Co.) - - 21" threshing machine cylinder tooth straightener. Good++. (R2-18)
(6.) 95N (IHC)- - 23.5" threshing machine tooth wrench and straightener. No IHC logo variation. Excellent. (R1-252 and 254)
(7.) 177 (Avery Co.) - - 21" threshing machine cylinder tooth Wrench. Good++. (R2-18)

PiCs Choice Lot 77

Choice Box 078: Lot of Seven Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) GRAY - TORONTO - 15" / MADE IN CANADA - - 15" all metal monkey wrench. Good with some hammer damage.
(2.) BULLARD WRENCH / PAT OCT. 27, '03 - - 19" self adjusting wrench with spring loaded pivoting upper and lower jaws. Largest size (No. 4) made by the Bullard Automatic Wrench Co. of Providence, Rhode Island under a patent issued to Frank Bullard of Los Angeles, Calf. Good+. (S659) *PAT*
(3.) "VICTOR" TRADEMARK - PAT. DEC 23, 1902. PAT. - PAT. AUG 25, 1903 - - 15" quick adjust pipe wrench made by the Bonner Mfg. Co. of Chrisman, ILL. and patented by Clarence E. Bonner, Cherrypoint, IL. Good+. (S653) *PAT*
(4.) BULLARD WRENCH / PAT OCT. 27, '03 - - 19" self adjusting wrench with spring loaded pivoting upper and lower jaws. Largest size (No. 4) made by the Bullard Automatic Wrench Co. of Providence, Rhode Island under a patent issued to Frank Bullard of Los Angeles, Calf. Some pitting. (S659) *PAT*
(5.) Unmarked - - 3" self adjust pipe wrench with a leaf spring in the handle. Looks similar to George McKercher's (Jonesville, Mich.) patent of May 3, 1892. Pitting. *PAT*
(6.) Unmarked - -17" all metal adjustable tongs and pipe wrench. Patented by Elbridge F. Barnes of New Haven, Conn. on July 31, 1883. Good+ with light pitting. (S#735, C55) *PAT*
(7.) MCLAREN ???PIO? - PAT 1876 (some markings not readable) - - 18" self adjust pipe wrench patented by Duncan McLaren of Brooklyn, NY on Aug. 29, 1876. First one we have had to list. Good++ with some weak markings. *PAT*

PiCs Choice Lot 78

Choice Box 079: Lot of Five Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches
(1.) W. J. LADD - NO. 77 - NEW YORK - - 6.75" Coes type monkey wrench. Good+..
(2.) A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / PAT'D - DEC 26, 71 (steam engine governor logo) - - 6" Coes wooden handled monkey wrench. Good+. (Unlisted marking variant with front marked like HP21 and back marked like the front of HP20)
(3.) A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / poor markings can only read the steam engine governor logo - - 8" Coes jog bar monkey wrench. Good+, some unreadable markings. (see HP page 67)
(4.) 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)
(5.) Can't read the markings but looks like Lindsay's patent of Dec 12, 1865 - - 12" wood handled monkey wrench with a reinforcing bar on top of the shaft under the upper jaw. Patented by John Parker Lindsay of New Haven, Conn. This wrench was manufactured by several companies including: Manvel & Lindsay, A. G. Coes & Co., Union Mfg. Co., Lindsay and Walton and Walton and Co. Handle is poor and has been taped. (see HP16). *PAT*

Choice Box 080: Lot of Seven Cast Wrenches
(1.) 143 (orphan) - - 9" heavy oe by square box. Good.
(2.) DH18 (Butcher & Gibbs - Canton, Ohio) - - 15". Extra long tee wrench. Most seen have been 12.5" long. Excellent (R1-31)
(3.) A10606 (orphan) - - 11" odd ball, open end by round hole with a square pin through the middle. Good+.
(4.) 28938 (orphan) - - 11" large open end. Good+.
(5.) FC123 (orphan) - - 11.75" heavy cast soe. Good.
(6.) ROCK ISLAND / R1122 - - 10.25". Pitted. (R1-400)
(7.) LE ROY / 37 (Le Roy Plow Co. - Le Roy, NY) - - 11.25". More commonly found marked X37. Excellent. (R1-291)

PiCs Choice Lots 79 & 80

Choice Box 081: Lot of Ten (nine automotive tools and one whip holder)
(1.) Unmarked - - 22" flange bolt speed wrench with bolt holder. Good++.
(2.) Unmarked - - 17.5" ratcheting speed nut type wrench for Ford "T" connecting rod nuts? Good++.
(3.) Marked only 2379 - - 205" flange bolt speed wrench with bolt holder. Excellent, not cleaned.
(4.) A181 (orphan) - - 5" cast buggy whip holder. Excellent, painted.
(5.) NATIONAL STEEL CONTAINER CORP. - ONLY USE WRENCH TO OPEN OR CLOSE - PAT 2543151 - - 7.5" cast tool patented as a Combination Plug and Agitator Crank on Feb. 27, 1951 by Henry L. Cerniak of Chicago, ILL. Excellent. *PAT*
(6.) NASH 3 - - 5". Good+.
(7.) RICE & DAYTON MFG. CO. - CEDAR FALLS, IOWA - - 11.5" automotive type nut wrench. Don't think I have seen one from this maker before. Good+, some jaw lip damage.
(8.) BLACKHAWK 4422 - - 12" special socket wrench for Ford Model "T" flywheel bolts with one side cut down for clearance. Good++.
(9.) J4 / 8 (and an "A" in a circle logo) (Chevrolet Part No. 22413 and 23413B) - - 6.5" early (1914 - 1922) Chevrolet spinner type lug wrench. Good++
(10.) MADE IN USA 9 AUTO / Vlchek's Logo - 40 - - 9" automotive type nut wrench. Olive drab green paint for US Army? Excellent, like new NOS.

PiCs Choice Lot 81

Choice Box 082: Lot of Ten Assorted Wrenches and Tools
(1.) IDEAL - 114 / PAT. 1724680 - - 13.25" tent stake with double hammer heads. Pat. Aug. 13, 1929 by Cecil Wickstrum if Omaha, Nebraska. Good+. *PAT*
(2.) YK400 (orphan, poor markings not sure of part number) - - 4.5" extremely heavy cast wrench with a 3-1/8" hex box opening. Some hammer damage.
(3.) ADDRESS - I. Z MERRIKAM - WHITEWATER, WIS, - PAT. MAR. 29, 1892 - PAT'D SEPT. 8 - & DEC 1, 74 - - 17" corn stalk cutter that was strapped to your leg. Patents were issued to James Wildeb Parker of Palmyra, Wisc. Pitted, painted and missing the leather straps. *PAT* - - *PAT*
(4.) THE BULLER SAW SET /SS - US PAT. 1485114 - 2048598 - CANADA PAT. PENDING - - 12.5" cord wood saw set. Patents issued to Jacob W. Buller of Hillsboro, Kansas and Otto Frisk of Kiron, Iowa. Excellent. *PAT* - - *PAT*
(5.) IDEAL - 114 / PAT. 1724680 - - 13" tent stake with double hammer heads. Pat. Aug. 13, 1929 by Cecil Wickstrum if Omaha, Nebraska. Good++. *PAT*
(6.) ELKHART SPANNER TOOL / ELKHART BRASS MFG. CO. INC. - - 12" cast fireman's combination tool with hose spanner wrench, pry bar, etc. Good++.
(7.) Marked only with a "R" in a circle logo - - 11" odd spanner wrench?
(8.) LAKE SUPERIOR WRENCH CO. - PAT. APPL'D FOR / SAULT STE MARIE, MICHIGAN - -13" 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++. (S362) *PAT* - - *PAT*
(9.) SEYMOUR MFG CO. - SEYMOUR IOWA - - 13" tire vulcanizer.
(10.) K O LEE COMPANY / ABERDEEN S D - - 11.25" cast grinding wheel dresser? No inserts.

PiCs Choice Lot 82

Choice Box 083: Lot of Six Adjustable Wrenches and Pliers
(1.) Unmarked - - 8.5" turn the handle to adjust box end wrench. Good++.
(2.) Unmarked - - 12.5" large, heavy duty parrot head type combination pliers with wire cutter, nail claw and screwdriver ends. Good+ with areas of light pitting.
(3.) Unmarked - - 15" neat looking cast plier like tool? Excellent.
(4.) Unmarked - - 1`5" Acme twist handle nut wrench. Good++ except the jaws are sprung.
(5.) LURIE & LURIE 18 - GRIP - - 18.5" unusual massive all metal pipe wrench adjusted with a threaded rod with knurled knob between the jaws. Has rotating jaw inserts and pivoting head. RARE - Only the third one we have had to sell. As found, not cleaned, adjusting rod stuck, one insert missing. (S691)
(6.) Unmarked - - 8" smaller version of parrot head combination pliers like Lot 2 above. Good++.

Choice Box 084: Lot of Six Misc. Tools
(1.) Unmarked - -6.25" brace type nut wrench like the Lowentraut below. Missing wooden grip and crank handle otherwise Good++.
(2.) P. LOWENTRAUT - NEWARK, N.J. / PATENTED A - PAT. . - - 6.5"" combination adjustable monkey wrench, speed type wrench and bit brace. Patented by Samuel J. Johnston of Leesburg, Virginia on Dec. 4, 1894 Missing wooden grip and the screwdriver/crank handle. (S55) *PAT*
(3.) THE BARBEE CO / LOUISVILLE KY - - 11.5" odd cast tong like What's-It tool. Pitting.
(4.) Unmarked - - 11.5" cast What's-It tool like Lot CB84-3 above. Excellent with original finish.
(5.) EASY CHAIN DETACHER / LINK BELT (with link belt's logo >--<) - - 8" chain detacher. Not cleaned, some hammer damage.
(6.) TRASCO - A1476 / TRASCO - M - - 8".chain detacher. Good+.

PiCs Choice Lots 83-84

Choice Box 085: Lot of Five Misc. Tools
(1.) Unmarked - - 15.5" nail puller.
(2.) H. K. PORTER - BOSTON USA - PAT. JAN. 12, 09 / O. K. CUTTER - SIZE NO, 14 - HKP (in cutout letters in both handles) - - 14" bolt cutter. Patented by Henry K. Porter of CHELSEA, Mass. Good+. *PAT*
(3.) Unmarked - - 12" railroad spike puller. Severe pitting.
(4.) RIEKE W168 / AUBURN, IND - - 13.5" hammer type barrel drum plug wrench. Good++.
(5.) EAGLE CLAW WRENCH - M. T. CO. logo (Mechanics Tool Co.) - ROCKFORD, ILL. - PAT FEB 6 -12 - NO. 303 / DASCO (Damascus Steel Products Co., Rockford, Illinois ) - - 12.75". Parrot head style. Patented by Joseph A. Schlehr of Chicago, IL. Good. *PAT*

Choice Box 086: Duke's Mixture Lot of Six
(1.) Unmarked - - 12" heavy duty ratcheting drill and wrench.
(2.) BUFFUM TOOL CO (with a Swastika logo) / LOUISIANA, MO - NO. 572448 - - 4.75" small size gate or barn door latch. Patent was granted to James S. Proctor of Sturgeon, Missouri. on 12-1-1896. Excellent. *PAT*
(3.) BUFFUM TOOL CO - LOUISIANA, MO / NO. 572448 - TRADEMARK (with a Swastika logo) - - 7.25" gate or barn door latch. Patent was granted to James S. Proctor of Sturgeon, Missouri. on 12-1-1896. Light pitting. *PAT*
(4.) Unmarked (Buzzell's Pat. Oct. 31, 76) - - 9.75" cast quick adjust tee handled basin wrench. Patented by George H. Buzzell of Boston, Mass. Good++, wrong set screw. (S89) *PAT*
(5.) RENOWN - - 9" cast stove lid lifter.
(6.) Unmarked - - 11" Veterinarian's emasculator. Plated finish.

PiCs Choice Lots 85-86

Choice Box 087: Lot of Eight Automotive Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) 14 IN AUTO / Vlchek logo? - - <>b>14" extra large automotive type adjustable wrench. Excellent
(2.) B2208 X(B-2208) (orphan) - - 10./25". Light pitting.
(3.) SNUBBER ADJUSTER - 1 - - 11.5" odd two prong tool for adjusting shock absorbers snubbers?? Excellent with original black finish. (not listed, no info found)
(4.) MARQUETTE BT-1 - BT-2 BT-3 - PATENTED 6-1-26 - ST. PAUL, MINN - - 12" battery terminal puller. Patented by Gustaf Skoglund and Andrew Olson of Minneapolis, Minn. Excellent. (S87) *PAT*
(5.) WHITE (in script) - 886GE -X (White Motor Co - Cleveland, Ohio) - - 12.75" single hex box hubcap wrench. Pitting.
(6.) NATIONAL (script) - 493-W - JACKSON, MICH USA - -10.75" aluminum single hex box wrench (for 1932 Ford drain plugs?). Good+.
(7.) Unmarked - - 11" valve spring lifter. Excellent t.
(8.) PASCO / 1021 (National Wire Wheel Works - Geneva, NY) - - 14.25" wire wheel wrench. Weld repair.

Choice Box 088: Lot of Eight Alligator Wrenches
(1.) "4" and a scythe logo (Forsyth Metal Goods Co., Buffalo, NY) - - 5.25" single ended alligator wench and screwdriver. Good++.
(2.) HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. MARSHALLTOWN, IA - PAT.D. - - 8.25" double alligator wrench with rethreading dies. Good.
(3.) SHAW WRENCH - PAT. APR. 26. 1910 (with Billing's "B" in a triangle logo) - - 7". alligator wrench. Excellent. (S36)
(4.) No. 1 - - 5.25 " single end alligator wrench. Good, some corrosion.
(5.) U.S. - TAYLOR M. P. CO - 195 3 - - %: single ended alligator wrench and screwdriver. Army stove wrench? Excellent.
(6.) Unmarked - - 6" single ended alligator wrench and screwdriver Good+, not cleaned.
(7.) THE S AND T WRENCH - - 8" stamped steel double alligator wrench with no rethreading dies. Fair with edge hammer damage and drilled hang hole..
(8.) O. V. B. Our Very Best logo - H. S. . CO. (Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett Hardware Co. - Chicago) - - 11" thick, heavy double ended alligator wrench. Good+, some light pitting on back side.

PiCs Choice Lots 87-88

Choice Box 089: Lot of Seven Farm Type Wrenches
(1.) P17 (Stoddard - Dayton, Ohio) - - 8". Pitted. (R2-270)
(2.) LW (orphan) - - 6.5" by 9" heavy duty cast doe. Excellent.
(3.) A882 (Acme Harvester Co. - Peoria, ILL.) - - 7.25". Good. (R1-4)
(4.) Marked only "X" (orphan) - - 6.25" odd ball. Good++, painted.
(5.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 5.5". Some minor pitting.
(6.) 70 TO 83 (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 9.5". Pitted. (R1-488)
(7.) INDEPENDENT SP116 - - 9.25" Good++. (R1-247)

Choice Box 090: Lot of Seven Farm Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 7.25" crude extended hex socket.
(2.) Unmarked ((Hercules - Economy gas engines wrench No. 097) - - 8.25". Excellent. (R2-129
(3.) CYL. HEAD - COVER PLATE (cross logo) / CONN. ROD NUT - 90258 (Delco Light) - - 7". Excellent. (R3-64
(4.) A883 (Acme Harvester Co.) - - 9"
(5.) P. P. Co. (Pattee Plow Co - Monmouth, Illinois) / 100 ("M" on top of an "I" logo) - - 7.75".
(6.) 110 (David Bradley?) - - 9.75". Like the David Bradley E. T. wrench. Three open ends by one open end. Good, light pitting. (R1-126)
(7.) Unmarked (C20?) - - 8.75" cast five opening wrench with a small hammer head. Looks like Gale or P. P. Mast C20 wrench. Good++. (R1-193, R1-314)

Choice Box 091: Lot of Six Cast Farm Wrenches, etc.
(1.) 436L (with Case T. M. Co. eagle logo) - - 4" cast knob.
(2.) 515 (Russell) - - 7" steam engine socket. Good++. (not pictured in Rathbone)
(3.) K439 / "P" in a circle logo (Osborne then IHC then E-B and finally Case T. M. Co. - - 7" pitman wrench, no IHC logo variation. Good++.
(4.) 1950-81 / 143 3 (orphan) - - 6". Thick, heavy double open end with two sizes on one end. Excellent.
(5.) 78 (Hart Grain Weigher Co) - - 5.5". Excellent. (R3-104)
(6.) 886C (Case T. M. Co.) - - 7.75" doe for Case Steam Engines. Good + (R1-81)

PiCs Choice Lots 89-91

Choice Box 092: Lot of Seven John Deere Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (John Deere D1083R) - -11.5" hex socket with pry bar end. Good++. (DC297)
(2.) Unmarked (John Deere D1083R) - -11.25" hex socket with pry bar end. Good++. (DC297)
(3.) MADE IN USA (John Deere D1083R) - -13" hex socket with pry bar end. Good++. (DC298)
(4.) Unmarked (Deere No. B596R) - - 12" double socket connecting rod wrench. Excellent. (DC261)
(5.) Unmarked (Deere P34) - - 9.5" wagon pin wrench with 2.5" opening. Good+. (DC472)
(6.) MADE IN USA (Deere D2064R) - - 11.75" flywheel wrench with 3.5" offset. Excellent. (DC304)
(7.) Unmarked (Deere A9) - - 10.5" wagon pin wrench with 2" opening. Good+. (DC147)

Choice Box 093: Lot of Seven Deere Wrenches
(1.) Z2 SYRACUSE (Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. / Deere) - - 10.5". Two hammer heads small end up variation. Good+. (DC536
(2.) S2608D on left side of socket) - MOTOR WHEEL 05164 - 3/4 HEX (on handle) (Deere No. A5278DU) - - 17". Good++ with most of the original green finish. (DC195)
(3.) A123 (Deere) / U - 11". Good++. (DC149)
(4.) H512R - RT (with a "R" in a diamond logo) - MADE IN USA - - 14". Flywheel wrench, box end curves up variation. Excellent with original green finish. (DC338)
(5.) Unmarked socket (Deere AR39682) and hex extension (Deere R39683) - - 11.25". Excellent with original green finish. (DC235 and DC 236)
(6.) Faint markings, not readable (Deere No. K806) - - 12.5". Light pitting, not cleaned. (DC385)
(7.) A522 (Deere Mansur) - - 7.5". Good+ with a minor jaw corner crack. (DC174)

PiCs Choice Lots 92-93

Choice Box 094: Lot of Five John Deere Wrenches
(1.) Y1575B / JD logo (Deere) - - 6.5" corn planter check wire reel crank. Excellent, original green paint. (DC532)
(2.) Y1575 (Deere)- - 6.5" corn planter check wire reel crank. Excellent. (DC531)
(3.) Unmarked (Deere GY2256) - 10" flat steel wrench, 1/4" thick variation. Good++ with most of the green paint. (DC332)
(4.) 136 (Deere) - - 10". Square holes variant. Good++. (DC23)
(5.) 136 (Deere) - - 10.". Round holes variant. Good++. (DC22)

Choice Box 095: Lot of Six Deere Wrenches
(1.) JD52 (Deere) - - 8.5" . Square hole on right. Good+. (DC372)
(2.) JD50 (Deere) - - 6.25". Small end on left is up. Excellent. (D367)
(3.) JD50 (Deere) - - 6.25". Small end on left is up. Over cleaned. (D367)
(4.) DEERE HZ836 - - 7". Two round holes on double open end variation . Pitted. (DC344)
(5.) 196 (Deere) - - 7". Solid on double end variation. Good++. (DC41)
(6.) 196 (Deere) - - 7". Three long slots, two square openings and two round holes variant. Pitting. (DC39)

Choice Box 096: Lot of four Van Brunt Wrenches
(1.) VANBRUNT / D-380 (no JD logo) (Deere) - - 7". Good++. (DC286)
(2.) VAN BRUNT (Deere 380M)- - 7" extra space between Van and Brunt. Good+. (DC287)
(3.) VANBRUNT / D-380 (with JD logo) (Deere) - - 7". Good+. (DC286)
(4.) VAN BRUNT (Deere 380M)- - 7" no stud on back, 3/4" hex. Good+. (DC2894)

PiCs Choice Lots 94-96

Choice Box 097: Lot of Eight John Deere Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) Large JD logo / B114H - - 9.5" cast foot pedal. Good++.
(2.) BIG 4 IMPL CO - GRISWOLD IA / JOHN DEERE SALES & SERVICE - - 10" advertising crow bar. Good++.
(3.) G483E (JD logo) - - Two cast caps connected with a chain.
(4.) B30544 1 12 (JD logo) - - 3.25" cast block.
(5.) Unmarked (Deere C1591R) - - 2.25" socket (1-1/16" female and 7/8" male). Used with the D1083R Deere wrench. Good++. (DC279)
(6.) Unmarked (Deere C1591R) - - 2.25" socket (1-1/16" female and 7/8" male). Used with the D1083R Deere wrench. Good+. (DC279)
(7.) Unmarked (Deere C1591R) - - 2.25" socket (1-1/16" female and 7/8" male). Used with the D1083R Deere wrench. Good++. (DC279)
(8.) B211 (Deere) - - 11" part of the B219 two part wrench. Weak markings. (DC244)

Choice Box 098: Lot of Ten Unmarked Smaller Wrenches - Including a couple Odd Balls and one for wooden handled awl or tool kit chucks.

Choice Box 099: Lot of Six scythe snath wrenches (a snath is the part of a scythe that fastens the blade to the handle) - One marked 15A.

Choice Box 100: Lot of Seven Cast Wrenches and Misc. Items
(1.) 12M2 (orphan) - -6.5" extra heavy cast hex socket. Good++ (not listed no info found)
(2.) X7 (orphan) - - 8" extra heavy duty cast hex socket for steam engine or other large machine? Excellent (not listed, no info)
(3.) 687WA (IHC logo) - - 4.5" cast hub cap.
(4.) BUFFUM TOOL CO - LOUISIANA, MO / NO. 572448 - TRADEMARK (with a Swastika logo) - - 7.25" gate or barn door latch. Patent was granted to James S. Proctor of Sturgeon, Missouri. on 12-1-1896. Light pitting. *PAT*
(5.) 9/16 ("IM" logo) - - 4" cast silo rod coupling.
(6.) /2 ("NR" in a circle logo) - - 4" cast silo rod coupling.
(7.) 1/2 ("NR" in a circle logo) - - 4" cast silo rod coupling.

PiCs Choice Lots 97-100

Choice Box 101: Lot of Six Crowbars and Crate or Box Tools
(1.) PREMIER - JAPAN - DROP FORGED STEEL - - 14" crowbar. Good.
(2.) THESFELD FEEDS - - 10" advertising crowbar. Excellent.
(3.) SHERIDAN-HOPKINS OIL CO, SHERIDAN & HOPKINS MO - - 9.75" advertising crowbar. Good+.
(4.) B-R MFG' CO. CHICAGO ILL. (Beckley-Ralston Co.) PAT APPLIED - - 10" box/crate tool with a hammer, nail claw and a spear shaped pointed end. Good++.
(5.) THE BRIDGEPORT HARDWARE MFG. CORP. - USA / PATENTED SEPT. 29, 1908 (not all readable)- - 12.25" box or grate tool with wood slab handles. Patent granted to Willis F. Hobbs of Bridgeport, Conn. Poor, pitted, parts of the wooden slabs are missing. *PAT*
(6.) NOX TOX THE BRIDGEPORT HARDWARE MFG CORP. = MADE IN USA - - 9". Good++ but has Fifteen grind marks on top edge for owner's ID.

Choice Box 102: Lot of Seven Plier Type Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 6.5" combination slip join pliers. corrosion.
(2.) Unmarked - - 7" pliers with a hammer head. Some corrosion.
(3.) EFFICIENCY TOOL CO. - MILWAUKEE, WISC. - EFFICIENCY - PAT. APPL'D FOR - - 8" combo pliers, the two halves come apart to use the two open end wrenches on the ends. Patented by Anton Myer of Milwaukee, Wisc. on 1-16-1923. Advertised as a "Five-in-One-Tool. Pivot bolt and nut are replacements. (S283, C127) *PAT*
(4.) Unmarked - - 7.5" parrot head type pliers. Good.
(5.) B 3 R / B 3 L - - 6.5" hog ring pliers with military olive drab green paint. Excellent.
(6.) PEXTO - P. S. & W. CO. USA - 12 - - 7" combination pliers with a robust wire cutter. Good+.
(7.) Unmarked - - 8" unusual combination pliers and wire cutters with an unique folding handle to convent it to an alligator type wrench. Advertised in 1907 as "Mason's Combine Plier, Wrench". Areas of corrosion.

Choice Box 103: Lot of seven Plier Type Wrenches
(1.) SUPER GRIP TOOL CO - IOWA - PAT 1-16-33 - - 8" pliers with a geared cam mechanism. Patent was granted on June 27, 1933 (not Jan 16, 1933 as marked on the pliers) to Gilbey M. Clifton of Perry, Iowa. Excellent. (S245) *PAT*
(2.) L LGW W (L. G. White - Dallas, Texas) - PATENT APPLIED FOR - - 8" button hole cutting pliers? Excellent, plated finish.
(3.) E. M. WORDEN - LADYSMITH, WIS. - PAT. JULY 25, 1911 / NW MFG. CO. FORT ATKINS, WIS. - MAKERS OF HIGH GRADE VEHICLES & SLEIGHS / FORT ATKINS, WIS. - HIGH GRADE - - 7.75" combination plier type tool patented as a "Tool for Operating on Cotter Pins" with wire cutters, screwdriver, nail or tack claw with advertising from a carriage, etc. manufacturer. Good++. *PAT*
(4.) WILDE - KC, MO (in a shield logo) - WILDE WRENCH - PAT. NO. 1880447 - 6- - 6" slip joint water pump type pliers with decorative rope patterned handles. Wilde moved from Kansas City to Hiawatha, Kansas in 1955. Patent was issued to Otto Froeschl of Kansas City, MO. on Apr. 14, 1931. Good++.  PAT.
(5.) NO. 1610 - SEYMOUR SMITH SNAP-LOCK - PATENTS PENDING / SEYMOUR SMITH & SON OAKVILLE, CONN. USA - - 8.75" locking pliers. Patented by Louis E. Isele of Watertown, Conn. Excellent. *PAT*
(6.) NO. 9 - BMC MFG. CORP. - BINGHAMTON, NY - US AMERICA - PATENT PENDING - - 8.25" locking pliers. Patented Feb. 19, 1946 by Francis Snell of Chenango Forks, NY. Good++. (S278) *PAT*
(7.) AL-10 ACE SPECIALTIES CO. - DETROIT - - 8.75" locking pliers. First one seen. Good++.

PiCs Choice Lots 101-103

Choice Box 104: Lot of Six Cast Farm Wrenches
(1.) 515 (Russell) - - 7" steam engine socket. Good++, not cleaned. (not pictured in Rathbone)
(2.) AJAX & / SUPERIOR (Rock Island Plow Co.) - - 9" shorter variant. Excellent. (R1-401)
(3.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 8". Some pitting.
(4.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 8" by 7.25" tee socket wrench. Good+.
(5.) ACME (Acme Harvester Co. - Peoria, ILL.) - - 9" flat steel doe-s wrench. Good+. (R1-4)
(6.) 37D219 E (orphan) - - 9.5" single hex box end. Excellent.

Choice Box 105: Lot of Eight Farm Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 9.75". Like Dempster C11 wrench. Good++.
(2.) B2554R with "3" and a "X" in a circle logo (Deere) - - 4.25" stub crank for styled tractors. Good++. (D263)
(3.) B5 (Mast, Foos & Co. - Springfield, Ohio) - - 4" with a 4" wooden handle. Good++. (R2-186)
(4.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 8.25" hammer and clevis or hitch pin combination. Good with pitting.
(5.) IOWA (Iowa Cream Separator - Waterloo, Iowa) - - 5.25". Some grind marks.
(6.) IOWA (Iowa Cream Separator - Waterloo, Iowa) - - 7.5". Some pitting. (R2-147)
(7.) C (orphan) - - 7". Van Brunt shape. Pitting.
(8.) 19 or 61 (orphan) - - 8". Painted.

Choice Box 106: Lot of Seven Cast Farm Type Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 9" double open end with two size opening on each end. Extra thick and heavy casting. Good++.
(2.) C188 - U (Rock Island Plow Co.) - - 10" with hammer head. Marked on large end variation. Pitted. (R1-400)
(3.) 3329A with the Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 8.5". Good++, not cleaned. (R1-82)
(4.) Unmarked - - 7" by 8" tee handled square socket wrench. Good++.
(5.) X (Oliver and Ohio Rake) - - 8". Good. (R1-361).
(6.) D3J31 (Advance-Rumely) with an "A" in a circle logo - - 6" x 8.75" tee socket wrench. Good++. (R1-405)
(7.) 0-215 (orphan) - - 10" heavy soe.

PiCs Choice Lots 104 - 106

Choice Box 107: Lot of Six Misc. Wrenches
(1.) No. 11 SIMPLEX RATCHET - CHROME VANADIUM - SAE / FASTNUT LICENSE - PAT. JAN. 1, 1924 - OTHER PATENTS PENDING - SIMPLEX WRENCH CO. NY - - 6.75" ratcheting opened double open end wrench. Patent was issued to Walter Herbert Cook - London, England. Excellent. *PAT*
(2.) WHITMAN & BARNES MFG. CO./ (Williams "W" in a diamond logo) NO. 2 BULLDOG - MADE IN USA - - 9" single ended alligator wrench. Good++. Scratched "H" and ground edge former owner's ID)
(3.) MECO NO1 TANK WRENCH - - 8" welding wrench. Excellent.
(4.) OXWELD (script) - 88 / BILLINGS - - 5.5" welding or bottle wrench. Good++.
(5.) OXWELD - - 5.25" welding or bottle wrench. Pitted.
(6.) OXWELD (script) - 87 - - 7.5" welding or bottle wrench. Excellent.

Choice Box 108: Lot of Eight IHC Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) 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+.
(2.) P318 / IHC logo (IHC, earlier C B & Q Co.) - - 4.25". Good++.
(3.) J122 / PITMAN (IHC) - - 6.5". Good++.
(4.) Z811 (McCormick later IHC) - - 7.5". Markings indented. Good+.
(5.) 5378TM (IHC) - - 7" double socket wrench used on early IHC Titan Tractors and Two Cylinder Gas Engines. Good with weak markings, light pitting. (R1-252)
(6.) 325EA IHC logo - - 4.5". Good+.
(7.) P & O CO - 4135 / CANTON ILL. (later IHC) - - 10.25". Some pitting. (R1-370)
(8.) B701 - IHC logo - - 8.25" cast binder canvas tightener. Good+. (listed in IHC Tool List).

Choice Box 109: Lot of seven IHC Screwdrivers and Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (IHC No. 2588T) - - 8.75" screwdriver. (R1-253)
(2.) Unmarked (IHC No. 2588T) - - 8.5" screwdriver. (R1-253)
(3.) Unmarked (IHC No. 2588T) - - 8" screwdriver. (R1-253)
(4.) Unmarked (IHC No. 2588T) - - 7.75" screwdriver. (R1-253)
(5.) 950C - IHC logo - - 6.25" cream separator wrench, with keyhole variation. Excellent.
(6.) 21264D with IHC logo - - 7.25". Excellent.
(7.) PO11 (McKenzie Mfg. Co. - La Crosse, Wisc for No. 5 Planter - also on IHC wrench list) - - 7.5". Three openings plus slot variation. Excellent. (R1-254, R2-193)

PiCs Choice Lots 107 - 109

Choice Box 110: Lot of Six Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) SPACE TOOL - FORGED / PO BOX 1924 PASADENA, TEXAS - GOOCH'S BEST FEEDS - - 8" with advertising. Good++ but adjuster stuck as usual..
(2.) WINCHESTER / 1849 - 10.5" forged doe-s wrench. Poor with weak markings, hammer damage.
(3.) Unmarked - - 12" brace type socket wrench. Good++.
(4.) BUFFUM TOOL CO - LOUISIANA, MO / NO. 572448 - TRADEMARK (with a Swastika logo) - - 7.25" gate or barn door latch. Patent was granted to James S. Proctor of Sturgeon, Missouri. on 12-1-1896. *PAT*
(5.) MILLER FALLS NO. 900 etc. - - 12.5" brace with an odd chuck, wooden knob and grip. Good++.
(6.) PERFECT HANDLE, etc. - - 6.5" all metal monkey wrench dimple grip handle. Poor, pitted.

Choice Box 111: Lot of Six Bicycle or Pocket Wrenches
(1.) PAT AUG 2, 1921 - MADE IN USA - - 5.75" center adjust bicycle wrench made by the Park Metalware Co. of Orchard Park, NY. and patented by John Zilliox also of Orchard Park. Good+. (S99D4) *PAT*
(2.) Unmarked - - 4.75" side screw adjust bicycle wrench. Good.
(3.) 6" SCHOLLER/ THE SCHOLLER MFG. Co. - BUFFALO, NY - - 6". Crescent type. Good++.
(4.) PAT AUG 2, 1921 - MADE IN USA - - 5.75" center adjust bicycle wrench made by the Park Metalware Co. of Orchard Park, NY. and patented by John Zilliox also of Orchard Park. Slightly different than wrench in Lot No. 1 above. Excellent. (S99D4) *PAT*
(5.) CARLL / PAT'D MAY 6-13 / 6 IN. DROP FORGED STEEL - - 6" Crescent type with reversible jaws for nuts or pipe. Patented by A. B. Carll of Boothwyn, Penn. Good+. (S568)  PAT.
(6.) SPRINGFIELD DROP FORGING CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS U.S.A. - - 5.5" side screw bicycle wrench. Good++.

Choice Box 112: Lot of Eight Farm Wrenches
(1.) CRESCENT MFG. CO. - - 8" Excellent.
(2.) C. T. K. MFG. CO. (Chicago Tool Kit Mfg. Co.) / SP1 - - 8.25". Excellent. (see R1-74, R2-106)
(3.) HZ160 / ("U" logo) (Deere) - - 10" binder wrench and crank. Markings on two lines variation. Painted. (DC341)
(4.) MAYTAG (No. 2) - - 5.25". Excellent.
(5.) MAYTAG (No. 6) - - 5.25". Excellent.
(6.) MAYTAG 14987 (No. 3) - - 5". Excellent.
(7.) D239 - C (Rock Island) - - 10". Excellent. (R1-400)
(8.) U. S. SEPARATOR (Vermont Farm Machinery Co. - Bellows Falls, Vermont) - - 5" side screw adjust pocket wrench. Good with hang hole.(R1-465)

PiCs Choice Lots 110 - 112

Choice Box 113: Lot of Five Oil Cans
(1.) GOLDEN MFG. CO. - HASTING, NEBR - GOLDEN ROD - PATEN T 9-8-25 - HASTINGS, NEBR. - -18" oil can with pump with copper filler cap. Good++..
(2.) "DASCO" - DASCO STEEL PRODUCTS CORP. - ROCKFORD, ILL. - US & FOREIGN PATS PEND - MADE IN USA - - 16.5" oil can with an unusual locking spout device. Good+ with some minor solder on spout base.
(3.) U. S. OILER - - 13.5" heavy meal oil can with pump and copper filler cap. Large dent in tank..
(4.) GOLDEN ROD - F. JADEN MFG. CO. - HASTING, NEBR. - - 20.5" Oil can with pump. Some dents, pitting, handle has solder repairs.
(5.) SURE SQUIRT OILER - BECK MFG. CO. - SIOUX CITY, IA - PAT. 8-14-23 OTHER PATENTS PEND. - - 16.5" oil can with a pump and copper spout. Paten t issued to Arthur R. Beck of Ames, Iowa. Copper spout is dented and does not fit tight. *PAT*

Choice Box 114: Lot of Six Oil Cans
(1.) SWEDOH STEEL OILER - PAT'D MAY 28, 1895 (star logo) - -9" oil can. Tank has been polished.
(2.) ENDERES - ALBERT LEA, MINN.. - PAT'D . MAR. 7, 1911 - - 9" oil can with unusual pump in the Botton of the tank. Good++.
(3.) Unmarked - - 11" oil can with flexible spout. Some tank dents.
(4.) U. S. OILER - - 11.5" heavy meal oil can with pump. Good++.
(5.) GOLDEN ROD JR. - DUTTON LAINSON CO. - HASTINGS, NEB. USA - -10" oil can with pump. Tank is cast aluminum. Good++.
(6.) Unmarked - -7.25" oil can. pitted, rusted out hole in bottom.

Choice Box 115: Lot of Six Oil Cans
(1.) HARBISON MFG. CO. - KANSAS CITY, MO - - 8" oil can. Good++.
(2.) WALL MFG. & SUPPLY CO. - ALLEGHENY, PA. - - 6.25 " oil can with plated tank and brass spout nut. Good++.
(3.) G. L. WELDED OILER (with a "G L" logo) . bottom reads GUSTAVE LIDSEEN, PATENTEE & M'N'F'R, CHICAGO ILL - - 6" oil can. Excellent.
(4.) LIDSEEN'S POSITIVE FORCE FEED OILER AND PUMP - CHICAGO - MADE IN USA - PATENTS APPLIED FOR - ("GL" LOGO trademark - - 8" oil can with pump. Gustave Lidseen of Chicago was issued patent for oil cans on Dec. 27, 1921. Good++. *PAT* - *PAT*
(5.) MAPLE CITY MFG. CO. - MONMOUTH. ILL. - - 10.5" oil can with an extra long spout. Tank bottom has soldered repairs..
(6.) Unmarked - -10.5" oil can with a long spout and copper plated tank. Good++.

PiCs Choice Lots 113 - 115

Choice Box 116: Lot of Five Implement Tool Boxes, Etc.
(1.) Large IHC logo (IHC part No. B342) - - 15.5" light metal tool box with wood bottom and oil can holder.
(2.) B294 (Superior?) - - 13" cast tool box and oil can holder.
(3.) 229 (P&O Riding Cultivator, later IHC) - - 9.75" cast tool box and oil can holder, marked on side inside holder part variation.
(4.) THE JAYHAWK WYATT MFG CO SALINA KAN-17 - - 8" heavy cast hub? for a Jayhawk Hay Stacker.
(5.) Unmarked (Deere?) - - 11" light metal tool tray with old green paint .

PiCs Choice Lot 116 (1 - 4) - - - PiC Choice Lot 116-5

Choice Box 117: Lot of Three Large Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 23" crude shop made quick adjust with a locking wedge.
(2.) Unmarked - - 20.5" crude shop made alligator wrench.
(3.) BEMIS & CALL H. & T CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. / NO. 3 - - 21" heavy duty pipe all metal wrench with alligator shaped jaws. Similar to Bemis & Call's extra heavy nut wrench. Don't think I have seen this wrench before? Good++.

Choice Box 118: Lot of Four Assorted Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 14" hubcap and lug wrench with an tire tool end.
(2.) Unmarked - - 7.25" twin jawed turn handle to adjust wrench. Good++.
(3.) TRIUMPH CO. LTD - - 8.5" flat steel doe motorcycle wrench. Excellent.
(4.) REED MFG. CO. - ERIE, PA. plus unreadable markings / PAT. AUG. 10, 97 - - 11" self adjusting wrench. Patent was issued to Albert Katzki of Erie, PA. Good+ with some weak markings. (S334) *PAT*

Choice Box 119: Lot of Seven Foreign Wrenches
(1.) JRGON & BALL LTD - SHEFFIELD / MADE IN ENGLAND - - 3.25" seven piece open end wrench set.
(2.) Unmarked - - 5.5" bicycle wrench. Good+.
(3.) J WHELAN - ENFIELD / 902770 - TD CROSS - - 7" multi automotive tool with six different wrench functions. Excellent.
(4.) BERKEL & PARNALL - LONDON - - 7" three opening wrench with plated finish. Good+. (R1-52)
(5.) WILIMAN RFINDER - DESSEN 76 INALBERT (with two dancing lions logo) /1869 BEILAUTENBURG 76 - - 10" lasting pliers with hammer head. Good++.
(6.) TIMMINS & SONS - WARRANTED STEEL HAMMER - - 7" leather or shoe lasting pliers with hammer head. Good++.
(7.) HENRY BOKER / 205 - GERMANY - - 8" quick adjust nut wrench with a sliding lower jaw and rack teeth. Excellent. (S776)

PiCs Choice Lots117-119

Choice Box 120: Lot of Seven Hammers
(1.) Unmarked - - 11" all metal hammer and hatchet. Patented May 3, 1914 by Frank Burgess of Geneva, ILL. and assigned to Burgess-Norton Mfg. Co. also of Geneva. Good+. (similar to Smith No. 89) *PAT*.
(2.) Unmarked - - 10.25" early claw hammer with a nail holder on one side of the hammer face. Looks like hammer patented by George H. Mills and Jackson M. Hanscom of B Boston, Mass. on Jul. 15, 1862. Good+ *PAT*.
(3.) Unmarked - - 13" cobblers hammer?. Good++.
(4.) SCHOLL ARCH SUPPORTS - - 9.5" advertising hammer with replaceable rawhide insert. Good+.
(5.) Unmarked - -11" primitive looking claw hammer. Good++.
(6.) Unmarked - - 9.5" all metal cast combination hammer, screwdriver, adz like blade and a chisel. Overall pitting or casting roughness.
(7.) CHENEY - No. 777 - PATENTED (H. Cheney Hammer Co. - Little Falls, NY) - - 13" adz hammer with nail puller. Patented 1-25-1924 by Andrew C. Benson of Beaumont, Tex. Good++ *PAT*.

PiCs Choice Lot 120

Choice Box 121: Lot of Six Blacksmith, Wheelwrights and Woodworking Tools
(1.) Unmarked - - 8" diameter blacksmith or wheelwright's traveler. Unusual shop made entirely of wood.
(2.) Unmarked - - 10.5" diameter blacksmith or wheelwright's traveler. Blacksmith made.
(3.) Unmarked - - 8" diameter blacksmith or wheelwright's traveler. Disc type. Rusty, not cleaned.
(4.) Unmarked - - 10.25" ladies size ball brace. Good++.
(5.) Unmarked - - 17.5" farrier's butteris with wooden knob and handle. Good++, not cleaned.
(6.) Unmarked - - 15" carriage maker's double rabbet shave? Good+.

PiCs Choice Lot 121

Choice Box 122: Lot of Lot of Seven Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) Can't read all the markings but should read: IRLAND PIPE WRENCH CO. - BOSTON, MASS USA - PAT JULY 7, SEPT 23, 1903 - OCT 3. 1905" - - 11". 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 a pieced chipped off of the upper jaw lip. (S681) *PAT*
(2.) COCHRAN SPEEDNUT WRENCH - PAT. PENDING / 6" COCHRAN "SPEEDNUT" WRENCH - - 6" self adjusting nut wrench, scarce small size. Design patented MAY 2, 1916 by Walter Taylor of Chicago, IL. Good, some pitting. (S320, C96) *PAT*
(3.) Unmarked - - 11.5" self adjusting pipe wrench. Overall pitting.
(4.) CLEVELAND 10 IN - PAT. NO. 138173 - OTHERS PENDING - CHROME ALLOY / CLEVELAND WRENCH CO - FORGED IN USA - - 10" self adjust nut wrench. Patented by Edward Matthews of Denver, CO. ON Jun. 27, 1944. Good++ with original finish. (S331) *PAT*
(5.) Can't read the markings but should read: IRLAND PIPE WRENCH CO. - BOSTON, MASS USA - PAT JULY 7, SEPT 23, 1903 - OCT 3. 1905" - - 11". self adjusting pip wrench like Lot 122-1 above. Good, light pitting, can't read markings, minor jaw serration damage. (S681) *PAT*
(6.) BOOS TOOL CORP - K. C. , MO.- PAT. PEND. - - 6" turn handle to adjust wrench. Serrated top jaw and smooth bottom jaw variation. Good++. (see S381) *PAT*
(7.) GELLMAN MANUFACTURING COMPANY - ROCK ISLAND, ILL. - POLLY / 12 INCH - NO. 121 - PATENTED APR. 17, 1923 - DROP FORGED STEEL - - 12" quick adjust nut wrench. Large size, external spring variation. Excellent. *PAT*

Choice Box 123: Lot of Four (Three Farm Wrenches and One Railroad Spike Puller
(1.) Marked only "BC" (orphan) - - 6.5" thick cast doe-s wrench. Good+, not cleaned.
(2.) 102F / (IHC logo) - - 9" throw-out lever. Rusty, not cleaned. (R1-250)
(3.) Z147 / PITMAN WRENCH (orphan) - - 5.75". Good++.
(4.) Unmarked - - 11.5" cast railroad spike puller. Ugly owner's ID welded initials.

Choice Box 124: Lot of Five Farm Wrenches including Three Cutouts
(1.) Unmarked - - 4.5" flat steel with six wrench openings and a screwdriver. Good+, not cleaned.
(2.) PLANET JR. (in cutout letters) / 3 (S. A. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 6.25" cutout with a small hammer poll. Excellent.
(3.) PLANET JR. (in cutout letters) / 3 (S. A. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 6.25" cutout with a small hammer poll. Excellent.
(4.) C9 - IRON AGE (CUTOUT LETTERS) - (A. B. Farquhar, York, PA and Bateman Mfg. Grenloch, NJ) - - 6.25". Some pitting. (R1-260)
(5.) PEORIA / D1003 (Peoria Drill & Seeder Co., Peoria, ILL.) - - 7.5". Excellent. (R1-376)

PiCs Choice Lots 122-124

Choice Box 125: Lot of Four Wrenches (Three Cutouts and a Crescent Double Ender)
(1.) LITCHFIELD (cutout letters) - S437 (Litchfield Mfg. Co., Waterloo, Iowa) - - 7" cutout. Severe pitting. (R1-299)
(2.) PLANET JR (in cutout letters). / K48 - - 5" with a small hammer poll. Smallest of the Planet Jr. cutouts. Excellent. (R380)
(3.) IRON AGE (in CUTOUT letters) - E39 (A. B. Farquhar, York, PA and Bateman Mfg. Grenloch, NJ) - - 8.75" with cutout letters and a hammer head. Good. (R1-260)
(4.) 8-10 IN. CRESCENT - DROP FORGED STEEL - MADE IN USA / 8-10 IN. CRESCENT TOOL CO. . - JAMESTOWN, NY - - 10" older style double ended Crescent wrench with 8" and 10" heads. Good+. (see S470)

Choice Box 126: Lot of Mixture of Alligator and Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) 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. Two Patents issued to Frank Bullard of Los Angeles, Cal. on July 7 and Oct. 27, 1903. Good++ with . (like S659) *PAT* - - *PAT*
(2.) V & B - 1 (Vaughan & Bushnell - Chicago, ILL) - - 5" double ended alligator wrench. Excellent with plated finish.
(3.) No. 2 BULL DOG - MADE IN USA (Williams' logo) / WHITMAN & BARNES MFG. CO. - - 9" single ended alligator wrench. rusty, not cleaned.
(4.) COCHRAN 10 IN - PAT'D 1908 / MODEL 1910 (C. P. W. an odd logo ) - - 9.25" Modified Stillson type with a patented "rocking collar". The patent was issued to James M. Cochran of Paducah on April 21, 1908. Good+ with a jaw lip chip. (S588) *PAT*
(5.) KRAEUTER & CO.- THE VICTOR - PAT MAY 26 03 / FORGED HIGH GRADE STEEL - - 7" adjustable alligator wrench patented by Charles Bonney of Portsmouth, Ohio. Good++. (S37) *PAT*

Choice Box 127: Lot of Five Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) ERIE TOOL WORKS - ERIE, PA. USA / AUTO NO. 8 - - 8" self adjust wrench with pivoting upper jaw. Excellent. (S337)
(2.) Unmarked - - 6.75" thin pressed steel self adjust wrench. Good++.
(3.) "KANT SLIP" / A.D. WRENCH. & TOOL CO (Allan-Diffenbaugh Wrench & Tool Co.) - BARABOO, WIS - PATENTED APR. 27, 1920 - AUG. 2, 1921 - - 8" adjustable plier wrench, Patented by Allen C. Allan of Chicago, ILL. (later Baraboo, Wisc.). Good++. (not in Schulz) *PAT* - - *PAT*
(4.) 6 IN PIPE / PAT. APPLIED FOR ("T" in a circle logo) (made by Tower & Lyons?) - - 6" with a serrated pipe jaw' curved open handle and the quick knurled gear removal feature. Good++. (patent not found)
(5.) JOAR 10 - - 7" special conduit wrench. Good+.

PiCs Choice Lots 125-127

Choice Box 128: Lot of Five Large Farm Wrenches
(1.) 19 (orphan) - - 14" thin and wide. Pitted, painted.
(2.) 237 (orphan) - - 15" thick, thin cast doe. Good++.
(3.) Marked only "3" (orphan) - - 14" heavy duty single square box end. Excellent.
(4.) P.20 (P20 - A. Ellwood Co. - Sycamore, Illinois) - - 14". Good with light pitting. (R1-161)
(5.) 2763 (orphan) - - 17". Looks like Case 1407 wrench, Has ten holes thru the shaft, outstanding high relief markings. Good++.

Choice Box 129: Lot of Eight Cast Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 10" heavy duty handled hex socket. Light pitting.
(2.) Marked only "1" (orphan) - - 10.25" neat looking oddball oe by hex ox with a extra small open end . Light pitting.
(3.) Unmarked (orphan) 6.75" thick cast odd ball. Excellent.
(4.) S852 (Acme Harvesting Co. - Peoria, Illinois) - - 6" by 8.25" tee socket wrench. Good+. (R1-4)
(5.) Unmarked - - 6" single ended alligator wrench. Good++.
(6.) Marked only with "P" (orphan) - - 5.5" Excellent.
(7.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 8.5" cast hook type spanner wrench. Pitting.
(8.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 14.5" thick and heavy cast wrench. Light pitting.

PiCs Choice Lots 128 and 129

Choice Box 130: Lot of Five John Deere Wrenches
(1.) VANBRUNT - - 7" with stud. Pitted.
(2.) Dain (John Deere) / Z-78 (Z78) - - 6.5" pitman wrench. Good++. (DC546)
(3.) 196 (Deere) - - 7.25". Two square holes variant. Good+. (DC45).
(4.) A523 (Deere Mansur) - - 6". Fair. (DC179)
(5.) DEERE MANSUR CO. / A523 - - 6". Fair. (DC523)

Choice Box 131: Lot of Seven Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) MARUGG - - 16" simple self adjust pipe wrench or tongs, handle has a pointed end. Good++.
(2.) TROJAN WRENCHES L. A. CAL. / US PAT NO 1968783 - - 11.5" quick adjust wrench with a lever that releases the rack teeth from the upper jaw assembly. Patented by John R. Long, of Los Angeles, CA. Excellent. (S721) *PAT*
(3.) W & B (Whitman & Barnes' diamond logo) - MADE IN USA - - 10.5" threaded shaft screw adjust wrench with both pipe and nut jaws and knife type wood handles. Metal is Good++, handles are Good.
(4.) WALCO HEX WRENCH NO. 0 - WALCO HEX TRADEMARK (with a hex logo) / PAT. APPLIED FOR - WALWORTH MFG. CO. - BOSTON USA - - 7.75" Stillson type wrench with jaws for hex nuts and bolts and a tire tool end. Good+. (S103)
(5.) Unmarked - - 12" threaded shaft screw adjust wrench with both pipe and nut jaws and knife type wood handles. Good+.
(6.) EAGLE CLAW WRENCH - M. T. CO. logo (Mechanics Tool Co.) - ROCKFORD, ILL. - PAT FEB 6 -12 - - 10" Parrot head style. Patented by Joseph A. Schlehr of Chicago, IL. Good++. *PAT*
(7.) Unmarked - - 11.5" crude tongue and groove pliers. Poor with chipped handle end and replaced pivot bolt and nut.

Choice Box 132: Lot of Seven Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) SELF ADJUSTING WRENCH - - 7" wedge adjust nut wrench. Excellent with plated finish.
(2.) THE BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. USA - - 7.75 " automotive type adjustable nut wrench with the scare angled jaws. Good++.
(3.) >COCHRAN SPEEDNUT WRENCH - PAT. PENDING / 8" COCHRAN "SPEEDNUT" WRENCH - - 8" self adjusting nut wrench,. Design patented May 2, 1916 by Walter Taylor of Chicago, IL. Good+. (S320, C96) *PAT*
(4.) SUL - - 7" wedge adjust nut wrench. Good+.
(5.) "VICTOR" TRADEMARK - PAT. DEC 23, 1902. PAT. - PAT. AUG 25, 1903 - - 6.5" quick adjust pipe wrench made by the Bonner Mfg. Co. of Chrisman, ILL. and patented by Clarence E. Bonner, Cherrypoint, IL. Small size in Excellent condition. (S653) *PAT*
(6.) Unmarked - - 7.25" self adjust wrench with a lever to open the jaws similar to Barwick's 1871 patent. Good++. *PAT*
(7.) Unmarked - - 9" robust cast ratchet wrench with a heart shaped cutout on the handle.. Good.

PiCs Choice Lots 130 - 132

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