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CATALOG OF WRENCHES for the
2012 York Spring ANTIQUE WRENCH AUCTION

Wrenches from the collections of Don Ervin, Robert Burkey, George Finical
King Herrington Estate, Walter Dunning Estate and Alfred Schulz Estate


Friday April 20, and Saturday April 21, 2012

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


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


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


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



This Auction has wrenches from several different past and present Missouri Valley Wrench Club members including many rare adjustable wrenches from Don Ervin who just purchased a major Midwest collection. These wrenches added to his already outstanding collection resulted in numerous duplicates. These duplicates included many of the rarest Coes and other adjustable wrenches known.

George Finical a Kansas collector contributed many of the rare farm type wrenches in the auction including most of the rare and desirable John Deere wrenches and the nice Casaday cutout wrench.

Robert Burkey another Kansas collector who just sold the bulk of his collection at auction consigned some tools he found after his catalog was completed, most notably a John Deere/Holt early combine socket wrench

The King Herrington estate provided most of the Winchester and Keen Kutter wrenches plus others, This is probably more Winchester items then we have sold in all our other auction combined.

From Iowa came a good mix of farm and adjustable type wrenches from the Walter Dunning Estate. Stan Schulz's mother is moving off the farm and Stan is consigning several lots of wrenches and tools left over from the legendary Alfred and Lucille three two day auctions held in 1994-1996 at York, Neb. Included is a 200 pound anvil, other blacksmith tools and tool and farm literature..

This merger of several collection provides an exceptional mix of wrenches in all categories, Adjustable, farm, Coes, automotive, hardware companies, H. D Smith Perfect Handle, bicycle, cut out letter and blacksmith tools are especially well represented.

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

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


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

Absentee bid policy:
Absentee bids may be submitted by mail, email, or phone. Please call after 6:00 P.M. Central Time. Bid by lot number, with a statement of the maximum amount you wish to bid for each lot. Also please indicate if you are willing to go "one increment higher" if your high bid is elsewhere on the floor. Your bid will be entered competitively at one bid increment over the next highest bid or 50 per cent of your maximum bid, which ever 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.

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.

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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.

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. So rather than using a grading scale I have tried to note all faults such as missing parts, cracks, pitting, over cleaning, repairs, etc. Likewise the wrenches in this auction that are in exceptional fine or excellent condition have been so noted, even a common wrench that has survived the years in almost unused condition is a rarity. This leaves the wrenches listed with no mention of condition which covers all those that are in good to good plus collectible condition and with no major flaws.

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

Order of Sale:
Friday, April 20: We will sell the last 150 or so of the listed individual lots and all of the choice box lots.
Saturday April 21: All the remaining listed lots starting at Lot No. 1.

For more information on the 2012 York Spring Wrench Auction and the Missouri Valley Wrench Club Meet see

The Wrenching News Homepage


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


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List of Wrenches - 2012 York Spring Antique Wrench Auction

April 20-21, 2012 - York, Nebraska

Adjustable Type Wrenches - Part One (Lots 1 thru 42)

0001. Unmarked - - 11" early wooden handle rack adjust wrench with set screw to lock lower jaw in place and a hammer head. Rarer wood handle version. Reportedly manufactured by Bemis & Call. see lot No.19 for all metal version. Restored with new wooden handle. (S436)

0002. KING & HOUGH - PAT. 6-24-90 - LEES SUMMIT, MO - - 10.5" Unusual quick adjust nut wrench with a spring loaded lower jaw and a release lever. Patented by Erastus Edwin King of Lee's Summit, MO. Rare wrench, first we have had to sell. Restored with new wood handle. Some medium pitting.    PAT

0003. AMERICAN WRENCH - PAT. SEPT. 8, 1885 - AUGUSTA, MAINE - - 9.25" screw adjust carriage wrench, single jaw variant. Patented by Bradford Lancaster (Augusta, Maine). Good+ with some very minor light pitting, weak markings. (S231, C40, C50)    PAT

0004. GATES BOLT WRENCH / PAT'D FEB 15, 87 - L. W. CO - - 10.25" all metal nut wrench with an unique adjusting screw on top of upper jaw. Pat. by Alfonso D. Gates of Cleveland, OH and mfg. by the Lorain Wrench Co. of Lorain, Ohio. Light markings, not all readable, some light pitting. Mfg. flaw on lower jaw. (S391)    PAT

0005. GLOBE WRENCH CO SUNAPEE, N. H. - PAT'D MAR. 15, 10 - - 8" all metal. A disadvantage of a wrench that adjusts by turning the handle is that when using the wrench the adjustment can change. The Globe Wrench has clicking indents that holds the jaws in position when adjusting. Patented by Benjamin Woodward of Ipswich, MA. Most Globe wrenches seen have been marked Ipswich, Mass. Excellent but locking indents are not working. (S393)  PAT

0006. SAMSON / PAT'D MAR. 6, 1883 - - 12.25" early self adjust wrench and the only one with a wood handle. Mfg. by Lowentraut Mfg Co, Newark New Jersey and patented 4-13-1880 by J. W. Calef. Some spots with pitting, handle chip. (S323)  PAT

0007. 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+. (S475)  PAT

0008. THE A. K. LOVELL MAN'F CO. - NEW YORK, NEW YORK - A. K. LOVELL - PAT. JUNE 7, 1892 - - 8" wood knife type handled helix screw 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 Very rare wrench in good condition with a few minor dings. (S401)  PAT

0009. CHAMPION - PAT'D MARCH-15-1921 - - 7" all metal split handle quick adjust nut and pipe combination wrench. Patented. by Paul John Tumulla of Chicago. Good+ restored condition with spot of minor pitting. (S662)  PAT

0010. AMERICAN WRENCH - PAT. SEPT. 8, 1885 - AUGUSTA, MAINE - - 9.25" screw adjust carriage wrench, single jaw variant. Smallest size made. Patented by Bradford Lancaster (Augusta, Maine). Good+ with some very minor light pitting. (S231, C40, C50)    PAT

0011. WRIGHT WRENCH & FORGING CO TRADEMARK (within a fancy "C" logo) - PAT 3 - 04 - - 1 - 09 - STEEL FORGING (some markings on wrench are not readable) / WRIGHT WRENCH CANTON, OHIO - - 6" (smallest size made) all metal rack type quick adjust nut wrench. Found marked Tacoma, Wash. or Canton, Ohio. Patented Mar. 15, 1904 by Lewis Ash and Hiram Stewart of Hassel, Mont. and Jan. 26, 1909 by James Wright of Philadelphia, PA. Excellent restored condition. (S543, C342)  PAT  and  PAT

0012. Marked only T. C. SMITH (owner's mark?) - - 8.5" 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. Scarce wrench. Good Plus. (C203)  PAT

PiCs Lots 1 thru 12

0013. PALMER & SONS - REGISTERED APRIL 9, 18?? (with a crown logo) - - 10.5" stoutly made English screw adjust nut wrench with threaded center shaft. Minor dings and bruises. (S378, S447)

0014. THE RIDER PATENT - PAT APPL'D FOR - LIGHTNING WRENCH / RACINE WRENCH Co. - RACINE, WISC. - - 10" all metal combination screw and quick adjust wrench. Knurled adjusting nut is pulled out to release rack teeth and spring loaded lower jaw assembly. Patent was issued to Ebenezer Rider of Racine, Wisc. on Jun. 21, 1892. Rare wrench with a few dents and bruises. Weak markings, not all readable. (S503)  PAT

0015. F. W. MACKE & CO QUICKSET - PAT'D APRIL 22 - 1919 / KOKOMO, IND - - 10" wood knife handled screw and quick adjust nut wrench. Patented by Joseph Nielander of Kokomo, Indiana. Some light pitting, dings, grind marks, refinished. (S511)  PAT

0016. PAT ??? 26, 1855 - - 10" all metal revolving head nut wrench with five openings and a sliding locking pin. Earliest example of a revolving head type wrench. Patented by Chas. B. Bristol of Naugatuck, Conn. on 6-26-1855. Early and rare wrench. Good++ restored condition with some weak markings. (S556).  PAT

0017. Unmarked - - 10" RARE wood handled revolving head four opening nut wrench. Pat. was issued to Edward Phillips of Cleveland, Ohio on Nov. 24, 1885. Good+ restored. (S557)  PAT

0018. BAY STATE TOOL CO / PAT JUNE 7, 1904 - - 12" all metal quick adjust nut wrench with release lever. Patented by Fredrick Walden (who later started Walden Mfg Co). Scarce large size. Good+ with some weak markings (all readable), refinished. (S476)  PAT

0019. Unmarked - - 10.5" early all metal (cast malleable iron) rack adjust wrench with set screw to lock lower jaw in place and a hammer head. Reportedly manufactured by Bemis & Call. See lot No.1 for wooden handle example. Good+. (S436)

0020. Unmarked - - 10" wooden handled center screw adjust monkey wrench with unusual dual jaws. Canadian patent was issued to Francis William Beckwith of Merrickville, ON Canada on 4-17-1872. First one we have had to sell. Some minor light dings.  PAT

0021. BONNELL SURE GRIP No. 1 - PATENTED - - 9.25" double jaw nut and pipe wrench with adjusting nut at end of handle. Patented 1-3-1922 by William Leroy Bonnell of Chickasha, Okla. Similar but much rarer than the Shaffer Wrench that was patented 10-26-1909 by Daniel Shaffer of Chattanooga, Oklahoma. Scarce large size. Good Plus with the usually missing rod handle. (similar to S578)  PAT

0022. PAT FEB 28, 1896 - - 8" all metal quick adjust like the Bay State quick adjust wrench (see Lot 18) but without a spring on the release lever. Actual patent date is Feb. 18. 1896 issued to Lewis Petty Davidson of Denver, CO. Mfg by J. H. Shepard & Co. of Denver, CO. Good+ restored condition. (C278)  PAT

0023. BURSTON BRITISH PATENT 384468 - 26-1-32 / CHAS. RICHARDS & SONS LTD - DARLASTON, ENGLAND - - 8.25" all metal nut wrench with a novel eccentric cam and spring loaded lower jaw adjustment. Some areas of pitting, refinished. (S749)

PiCs Lots 13 thru 23

0024. Unmarked - - 10.25" wooden handled nut wrench adjusted with a large knurled gear that engages rack teeth on edge of the shaft. Pictured in Schultz's book and described as made by the Walton Wrench Mfg. Co. (predecessor of the Girard Wrench Co.) and patented by George B. Phillips of Cleveland, OH on Aug. 1, 1871. Early, Rare, seldom found wrench. See lot 710 for a marked 6" example. Small, tight crack on lower jaw, a couple tight cracks on handle. (S419, C321)  PAT

0025. Unmarked - - 10" all metal screw adjust nut wrench with skeleton type handle. A knurled brass adjusting nut rotates a threaded center shaft that adjusts the lower jaw. Pictured in Schultz's book but with no information. Good++. (S452)

0026. N0. 10 - HY-SPEED - CHICAGO - PAT. PENDING - - 9.75" quick adjust nut with locking knurled collar. Plated finish. Excellent. (not listed, no info).

0027. Unmarked - - 8" quick adjust pipe wrench with helical shaft and sliding collar similar but not identical to the Evan Zip Grip wrenches (see Lot 28 below). Good++.

0028. EVANS PAT'D ZIP GRIP - L.A. CALIF. - - 7.5" quick adjust pipe wrench with helical shaft and sliding collar. Patented by Edwin Evans of Venice, California. Excellent. (S537)  PAT

0029. UNION HARDWARE CO. - TORRINGTON, CONN. USA - - 15" Briggs's Pattern combination nut and pipe wood handled monkey wrench with long adjusting sleeve. Good Plus with some weak markings. (S581)

0030. TOWER & LYON - NEW YORK - PATENTED JULY 10, 66 - SEPT 25TH 1877 - MAR 1ST, 1881 - DEC 12TH, 1882 - Nov. 12, 1889 - - 13" Briggs's Pattern combination nut and pipe wood handled monkey wrench with ribbed groove adjusting nut. Patented by Bernard Donahue of New York. Good++. (like S566)  PAT

0031. BUCKEYE - - 9.5" double headed malleable nut wrench with two sizes of Crescent looking wrenches but adjusted by loosening a wing nut and sliding jaw into position. Good++. (S303)

0032. BELMONT - - 9.5" malleable double headed nut wrench like Buckeye above. Good++. (S304)

0033. PAT SEPT 1875 / REIS'D JUNE 1876 - - 10.5" McCormick's patent screw adjust malleable nut wrench with hammer face. Patent was granted to Robert Hall McCormick and William R. Baker both of Chicago, Illinois on Jul. 27, 1875 (not Sept 1875 as marked on wrench). Good+. (S963)  PAT

0034. PAT'D JUNE 76 - - 8.25" McCormick's patent screw adjust malleable nut wrench with hammer face. See Lot 33 for patent info. Good+ with some light grind marks on jaw edges.

0035. PAT'D AUG. 6, '78 - - 7.25". Henry Hill of Moline, IL. patented this screw adjust malleable nut wrench with a hammer head. Very scarce small size in excellent condition. (S958, C166)  PAT

PiCs Lots 24 thru 35

0036. GRAYSON TOOL CO. INC. - HASTINGS, NEBRASKA - GT1300 - - 12" axle thread restorer with six sizes ranging from 5/8-18 S.A.E. to 1-1/2-12 S.A.E. Good++.

0037. 8" CYGNET WRENCH / CYGNET MFG. CO. INC. - BUFFALO, NEW YORK - PATENTED - - 8" Crescent type with a pivoting head that allows the jaws to ratchet. Patented by Henry D. Rahling of Buffalo, NY on Oct. 2, 1923. Good Plus. (S468)  PAT

0038. MEDHUS-PIHL MFG CO - HASTINGS, MINN (on both sides) - - 8.5" comb pivoting head tool with nipper and plier jaws. Pat. by Ole Medhus of Faribault, Minnesota on 4-3-1906. Same tool can be found marked Albert Lea Mach. Co. - Albert Lea, Minn. Plated finish. Excellent. (S280)  PAT

0039. 8 IN ELLIS / PAT NOV 8, 1903 - - 9" Crescent type with a locking, pivoting head. The Nov. 8, 1903 patent has not been found, a patent granted to David Ellis of Chicago, Illinois on May 17, 1904 is probably the correct patent. This example has a locking lever rather than a knobbed pin has usually seen. Good+ with some dings inside the jaws.(S308)  PAT

0040. 6 IN ELLIS / PAT NOV 3, 1903 - - 6.25" Crescent type with a locking, pivoting head like Lot 39 above except small six inch size. This example also has the locking lever instead of the more commonly seen pin type. Good+ with some patent date markings hard to read. (S308)

0041. Lot of three misc. items including a rope maker separator and an all metal tack puller.

0042. WUSCO MFG. CO. LOS ANGELES, CALIF. - PAT. APPL'D - - 12" odd open end wrench with two hook spanners. Patent not found.

Buffum Tool Company Wrenches, Etc. (Lots 43 thru 49 )

0043. BUFFUM TOOL CO (with two Swastika logos) / LOUISIANA, MO - - 6 IN - - 6" curved handled Crescent type wrench. Seldom found small size. Good+.

0044. BUFFUM TOOL CO (with two Swastika logos) / LOUISIANA, MO - - 10 IN - - 10" curved handled Crescent type wrench. Good+.

0045. BUFFUM TOOL CO (with two Swastika logos) - LOUISIANA, MO / 2329 - - 7.5" double open ended S-wrench. Pitting, jaw crack, painted.

0046. BUFFUM TOOL CO (with two Swastika logos) / LOUISIANA, MO - 2327 - - 5.5" double open ended S-wrench. Good+.

0047. BUFFUM TOOL CO - LOUISIANA, MO / DROP FORGED STEEL(with a Swastika logo) - - 7.5" all metal tack puller. Good++.

0048. BUFFUM TOOL CO - LOUISIANA, MO / TRADE MARK (with a Swastika logo) - - 11" after market Ford Model T type sparkplug and cylinder head wrench (older style). Good++.

0049. Lot of three: BUFFUM TOOL CO - LOUISIANA, MO - No. 672446 (with a Swastika logo) - - Gate or barn door hooks. One 7.5" and two 5" (each with different markings). Patent was granted to James S. Proctor of Sturgeon, Missouri. on 12-1-1896.  PAT

PiCs Lots 36 thru 49

Brass and Beryllium Aluminum Wrenches and other Tools (Lots 50 thru 56)

0050. BERYLCO SIZE 12 (on both sides) - - 11.5" Beryllium Trimo type nut wrench. Excellent.

0051. AMPCO (in a diamond logo) MADE IN USA / W1146 - - 10" Beryllium Trimo type nut wrench. Excellent with owner's ID "V-4" lightly scratched on jaw.

0052. AMPCO - MADE IN USA - AMPCO (in a diamond logo)- 181 - - 10" Beryllium Coes type monkey wrench. Good+.

0053. BERYLCO / W-154 - - 10" Beryllium Crescent type wrench. Good+.

0054. AMPCO (in a diamond logo) W-71 - 8" / MADE IN USA - - 8" Beryllium Crescent type wrench. Good++.

0055. BERYLCO / W-152 - - 6" Beryllium Crescent type wrench. Excellent.

0056. Unmarked - - 7.25" all brass plier like tool. Some tool dealers describe this tool as a clam shell opener but it may be a poultry killing device that crushes the skull and penetrates the brain. See patent No. 2,081,299 for a similar tool with the claim "to provide a device which by piercing the upper convolution of the brain will cause the loosening of the feathers so that the fowl may be easily plucked".  PAT

Automotive and Related Wrenches - Part One (Lots 57 thru 60)

0057. KING-DICK - 7/8"W & 1"W KING-DICK - K. O. (with an arrow logo) - - 15.75". Largest King-Dick double open end wrench I have seen. Whitworth sizes. Good++.

0058. Lot of two: automotive related wrenches
(1.) B. M. W. / 20 - - 13" heavy single open end wrench. Good++.
(2.) ECLIPSE SPRING LUBRICATOR / ST. LOUIS MO. - PAT. PEND. - - 8.5" single hex box end wrench. Excellent. (not listed, no info)

0059. MOON - R2015A (and StL in a circle logo)- - 10" single hex box hubcap wrench from the Moon Motor Car Co. of St. Louis, MO. One of the neatest malleable hubcap wrenches with the trademark "Moon Eyes" dots in center of the O's. Good++ with most of the original finish.

0060. Winton / 17B630 - 9.5" Winton automobile wrench. Some minor pitting. (listed at R474 as Vinton vs. Winton)

PiCs Lots 50 thru 60

Farm Related Wrenches - Part One (lots 61 thru 106)

0061. B. F. AVERY & SONS - LOU. KY / E1014 - - 18". Good++ with some original finish, area of minor pitting.. (R1-27)

0062. E & B HOLMES - 4 - BUFFALO, N.Y. - - 11". Markings worn, still readable. (R1-236)

0063.. LA CROSSE PLOW CO. / K128 - - 17.75". Painted. (R1-289)

0064. 169J X (Advance-Rumely) 7.75" doe steam engine wrench (R2-4)

0065. 537F (Advance-Rumely) 16.25" soe steam engine wrench (R2-4)

0066. NEW HOLLAND / FEED MILL (New Holland, Penn.) - - 6". Some pitting and grind marks. (R1-348)

0067. AMERICAN HARROW CO / DETROIT DISC - DD36 - - 15". some minor hammer damage on edge. (R1-14)

0068. BLACK HAWK / M167 (Sechler and Oliver) - - 10.5" malleable implement wrench. (R1-419)

0069. 83 (Oliver) - - 11.5" malleable implement wrench. Rare Oliver wrench. Some edge hammer damage, minor pitting, poor, blurry casting on part number. (R1-360)

0070. BLACK HAWK SECHLER MOLINE - M95 (Sechler / Oliver) - - 10.5" unique shaped wrench with ten openings and a screwdriver. Some spots of minor pitting. (R1-419)

0071. OLIVER RP210 - - 13.5". Good++ with some original finish, couple nicks on edge. (R1-361)

0072. WIARD (with picture of star) (Wiard Plow Co, Batavia, New York) - 13.75" malleable implement wrench . Scarce unique shaped wrench. Minor pitting. (R1-488)

PiCs Lots 61 thru 72

0073. S. A. LOOSE & SON / 102 - HAMBURG PA. - - 10". Good++.

0074. SEEDER (Seeder Mfg. Co. - Homer, Mich.?) - - 8". Thick, heavy. (R1-420)

0075. SEEDER (Seeder Mfg. Co. - Homer, Mich.?) - - 10" doe-S wrench. Some light pitting. (R1-420)

0076. R186 (Looks like Keystone / IHC R136 wrench. Casting error?) - - 7". Pitted.

0077. 286 (Blount Plow Works, Evansville, Ind.) - - 10". Fancy multi-opening wrench including one for wing nuts. Good++.

0078. BLOUNT / 430 (Blount Plow Works - Evansville, Ind.) - - 10.25".

0079. Lot of two unmarked clevis pin wrenches,

0080. WM. J. OLIVER IMP. / CHILLED PLOW (Wm. J. Oliver Imp. Chilled Plow Co. - Knoxville, Tenn.) - - 8". Poor casting on "P" in "PLOW".

0081. G. M. CO. 7/16 and 1/2 / PEERLESS (Geiser Mfg Co - Waynesboro, PA) - - 9" steam engine wrench. Good+.

0082. B748 / B749 (Stoddard Mfg. Co. - Dayton, Ohio) - - 7.5" check row pliers. Good+. Not in Rathbone's books.

0083. D189-D190 with a star logo (Moline Plow Co) - - 8" check row pliers. Good+.

0084. 103 HAWORTH'S / 103 CHECK ROWER - - 7.5" fork or claw on end variant. Good+.

0085. Lot of three:
(1.) DD198 / AMERICAN HARROW CO. DET. MICH. - - 13.25". Jaw crack.
(2.) D138N (Chattanooga, IHC, David Bradley) - - 12.5". Repaired.
(3.) KENTUCKY DRILLS / KR299 (Brennan & Co. Lou. KY., also IHC) - - 9". Repaired.

PiCs Lots 73 thru 85

0086. Marked only "17" - - 13.75" oddball orphan. Good+.

0087. WORCESTER M371 (Richardson Mfg. Co. - Worcester, Mass.) - - 10". Painted.

0088. CHATTANOOGA 5 (later IHC)- - 9.5" with small jaw crack.

0089. SECHLER - MOLINE (D. M. Sechler Carriage & Imp. Co. - Moline, ILL.) / 1 INCH - - 8.25" buggy wrench solid version (also found with cut out lettering. Good++.

0090. ROCK ISLAND PLOW CO / S234 - SULKIES & GANGS - - 9" Five open ends variation. Good++. No cracked jaws as usually seen.

0091. SHELDON AXLE CO / 78 (Sheldon Axle Co., Wilkes-Barre, Penn.) - - 10". Good+.

0092. 1207E (Port Huron - Port Huron, Mich.) - - 11.5" steam engine wrench.

0093. 70 TO 83 (Wiard Plow Co - Batavia, NY) - - 9.75". Excellent.

0094. M55 (Stoddard Mfg Co) - - 8.5" doe-S wrench. Good+.

0095. N81 (Kingman Plow Co. - Peoria, ILL.) - - 10.5". Some old paint.

0096. UNADILLA SILO CO / UNADILLA N.Y. - - 8.75" Y-shaped with three open ends. Mold error: "I" missing in UNADILLA SILO

0097. UNADILLA SILO CO - 30 (with a star logo) - - 10.5". Some minor pitting.

0098. W6 (Blizzard Mfg. Co. - Canton, Ohio) - - 11" unique double S-wrench. Good+.

0099. Lot of two check row planter pliers:
(1.) TAIT CHECK ROWER - - 8". good+.
(2.) D189-D190 with a star logo (Moline Plow Co) - - 8". good++.

0100. Unmarked - - 8" oddball orphan. Neat extra thick wrench.

PiCs Lots 86 thru 100

0101. OK1294 (with Case Eagle logo - Case T. M. Co.) - - 9" H-shaped with pitman flange. The "goal post wrench". Excellent.

0102. EUREKA (Eureka Mower Co., Utica, NY) - - 4". Tiny jaw crack.

0103. 3330A X (with Case Eagle logo - Case T. M. Co.) - - 7.25" tapered double socket.

0104. O. R. Co DAYTON O. E22 - - 9" buggy wrench. Good+.

0105. 4 - MONTGOMERY WARD - CHROME VANADIUM STEEL - - 8" cream separator wrench with double open ends, spanner, and a screwdriver. Good++.

0106. Lot of two IHC wrenches: U50 and U51.

0107. PLANET JR. / H4 - - 8" with double hammer polls (solid letter variant not a cutout). Good+.

0108. PLANET JR. / H4 - - 8" with double hammer polls (solid letter variant not a cutout). Some light pitting.

Cutout Letters Type Wrenches - Part One (lots 109 thru 114)

0109. PLANET JR. H4 - - 8" with CUTOUT letters. Scarce Planet Jr. wrench with double hammers. Some light pitting.

0110. S437 - LITCHFIELD (in cutout letters) (Litchfield Mfg. Co., Waterloo, Iowa) - - 7" CUTOUT. Some pitting.

0111. GRANITE STATE (in cutout letters) (Hinsdale, New Hampshire) - - 5". Smallest of the known CUTOUT wrenches. Excellent.

0112. Lot of two PLANET JR. No. 3 wrenches with CUTOUT letters. One is in excellent condition the other has some pitting.

0113. BLACKHAWK (Sechler / Oliver) - - 7.5" with CUTOUT letters. With stud variant. some pitting.

PiCs Lots 101 thru 113

John Deere and Related Companies Wrenches - Part One (lots 114 thru 122)

0114. Deere / A196 - - 8" with CUTOUT letters. Part number on the right above the open end. Good+ with new green paint.

0115. DEERE & CO. / M123-A - - 11". Some very light pitting. Painted green.

0116. John Deere / 1340 SC - - 9". Good+ with green paint.

0117. Unmarked John Deere Cream Separator hook spanner wrench (Deere No. 562S) - - 7". No square hole in handle variant. Excellent with some new paint. (Dill No. 58)

0118. Lot of four JOHN DEERE box end by open end combination wrenches.
(1.) TY3576 - 9/16".
(2.) TY3577 - 5/8".
(3.) TY3579 - 3/4".
(4.) TY3582 - 15/16".

0119. JOHN DEERE TY3272 - - 6.5" slip joint pliers. Good++.

0120. JOHN DEERE TY3219 - - 10" Crescent type adjustable wrench. Good+.

0121. JOHN DEERE TY3102 - - 5.5" 1/4" drive ratchet. Excellent, Like New.

PiCs Lots 114 thru 121

0122. DAIN R-3 (on both sides) - - 11" heavy cast iron tongue yoke with ring for a Dain Truss Frame Sweep Rake.

Farm Related Wrenches Part Two (lots 123 thru 177)

0123. ET / 119 (David Bradley) - - 10". good++..

0124. N. C. / L (New Casaday - South Bend Chilled Plow) - 12.5". Painted.

0125. OHIO CHILLED / NEW IMPERIAL (B & G Plow Co. - Canton, Ohio) - - 9.75". some pitting, painted.

0126. Lot of two: Emerson-Brantingham wrenches.
(1.) R438 (Emerson-Brantingham later Case T. M. Co.) - - 8.5" Good++.
(2.) W1074 / E-B logo - - 16". Pitting, painted.

0127. E BEMENT AND SONS LANSING MICH / J181-1/2 - - 12". Good.

0128. BEMENT(Bement & Sons - Lansing, Mich.) - - 9". Painted.

0129. DEMPSTER - - 7.5" Deering pattern. Good+.

0130. B M & S H CO / MOHAWK - 7364 (Blish, Mize, and Silliman Hardware Co. - Atchison KS) - - 7.5" Deering pattern. Good+.

0131. Crown (Janesville's Crown Mower) - - 7.5". Painted.

0132. CASE MFG CO - 1 (probably Case Mfg Co of Columbus, Ohio makers of milling machinery) - - 7" doe. Excellent. (R77)

0133. G532 (Cockshutt) - 13.5" with hammer. Good++, painted.

PiCs Lots 122 thru 133

0134. 4S (Sandwich Mfg Co.) - - 7.5"

0135. BROWNE / SULKY - - 10". The Browne Sulky Plow was made by the Madison Plow Works of Ft. Madison, Iowa. Some pitting.

0136. Lot of two: N28 wrench variations that Rathbone attributes to both the American Harrow Co. and Frost & Wood.
(1.) N28 - - 8" with two triangular cutouts. (R1-14, R1-188)
(2.) N28 - - 8" with two square cutouts. (R2-11)

0137. HY (orphan) - - 8". Good+ (R1-212, no info)

0138. 1891 (Peoria Drill & Seeder Co.) - - 7" with a wing nut wrench. Rathbone lists a 1891 wrench for the Peoria Drill & Seeder Co. in the Supplement but it not pictured. Good+.

0139. B & G Plow Co / Canton O - - 9.5". Good+, painted.

0140. KINGMAN PLOW CO / N81. - - 10.75". Good+.

0141. 767 (Monitor-Moline) - - 9" (the scissor wrench). No stud variation. Good.

0142. ML15 (Cockshutt) - 12". Minor dings, pitting.

0143. LG322 (Cockshutt) - - 10". Some minor pitting.

0144. 379 (South Bend Chilled Plow Co.) / S. B. C. P. CO. (in logo) 139 - - 9" with hammer head. Good+.

0145. R. S. Co / CD82 (Racine-Sattley) - - 5.5". Good++.

0146. JAMESWAY - FT. ATKINSON WIS. - ELMIRA NY / MINNEAPOLIS MINN. - 1008 - - 8" Good+. painted.

0147. A (Keystone Co, Sterling, Illinois, later IHC) - 7" Good+.

0148. C (Keystone Co, Sterling, Illinois, later IHC) - - 7.5". Good+.

0149. J480 (Plano later IHC) - - 6.5" mower pitman wrench. Light pitting.

PiCs Lots 134 thru 149

0150. N720 (E. W. Ross - Springfield, Ohio) - 16". Excellent.

0150. SUPER MOGUL SUPER SPECIAL / M350 USE FOR AXLE NUTS ONLY - - 15.25". Good++.

0152. Lot of two: Clevises with wrench type pins.
(1.) Unmarked - - 6". Excellent.
(2.) Clevis marked 2835 (with Moline Iron Works logo), wrench pin marked K261 - - 6". Good++.

0153. Lot of two: Thin malleable wrenches.
(1.) LA128 with NWH inside a shield logo (orphan) - - 9". Looks like Champion / IHC R28 wrench. Not listed, no info) Good++.
(2.) 1/2 N - - 7.25" soe. (not listed, no info)

0154. B. Co. with Moline Iron Works logo / 842 (T. E. Bissell - Elora, Ontario, Canada) - - 9". Good++.

0155. W1 (Blizzard Mfg. Co. - Canton, Ohio) - - 5.5" hex by square double socket. Some pitting.

0156. 91 (Johnston Harvester Co. - Batavia, NY Later Massey-Harris) - - 12". Light pitting.

0157. WOOD / WOOD (embossed, high relief letters) - - 10" with eight wrench sizes and small hammer poll. Good+.

0158. Lot of two:
(1.) Marked only "F" (A. B. Farquhar Co. - York, Penn.) - - 6.5" Planet Jr. type. Good++.
(2.) MONITOR DRILL / A270 (Monitor Drill Co. - Minneapolis, Minn., later Moline Plow Co.) - - 7".

0159. 32 (Chas. G. Allen Co. - Barre, Mass. or Belcher & Taylor) - - 8.25" oddball. Excellent.

0160. 32 with a star logo (Chas. G. Allen Co. - Barre, Mass. or Belcher & Taylor) - - 8.25" oddball. Excellent.

0161. WY32 (Chas. G. Allen Co. - Barre, Mass.) - - 9" oddball. Good++.

PiCs Lots 150 thru 161

0162. CHATTANOOGA PLOW CO (later IHC) - D138 - - 12.5". with disc straightener slot. Five wrench openings variation. Some pitting.

0163. CHATTANOOGA PLOW CO (later IHC) / F40 - - 12". RARE. Pitted.

0164. CHATTANOOGA PLOW CO (later IHC) / D124 - - 12" with disc straightener slot. Good+.

0165. CHATTANOOGA PLOW CO (later IHC) - F82 - - 12.5. Rare IHC related wrench. Pitted.

0166. Lot of two:
(1.) CHATTANOOGA CP4003 - - 8.5" with hammer head. All markings embossed.
(2.) CHATTANOOGA 5 - - 9.5".

0167. THE INSURANCE / KK.1753 - - 7". May be an E. C. Simmons (KeenKutter) product. Good++.

0168. Lot of two:
(1.) H & D - York PA (Hench & Dromgold - York, Penn.) - - 7.5". Five wrench openings and a small hammer head variant. Good+.
(2.) H & D - York PA (Hench & Dromgold - York, Penn.) - - 7.5". Four opening variant. Good++.

0169. H & D (Hench & Dromgold - York, Penn.) - - 5.25".

0170. D797 (Cockshutt) - - 7.5"

0171. LG321 (Cockshutt) - - 7.5".

0172. Lot of two:
(1.) AVERY / 464 (Avery Co, Peoria - ILL) - - 7". Good++.
(2.) 106 (B. F. Avery - Louisville, KY and Moline Plow Co.) - - 8". Severe pitting.

0173. G. A. KELLY PLOW CO - No 4 - - 11.5" with hammer head. Pitting.

0174. G. A. KELLY PLOW CO / 1 - - 7". Pitting.

0175. PARKER PLOW CO (Richmond, Indiana) - - 9.75" Some pitting.

0176. Lot of two:
(1.) CHASE TINSMAN PLOW CO (Lincoln, Neb.) - - 10.25". Good++.
(2.) CHASE PLOW CO - E35 (Lincoln, Neb.) - - 10.25". Same wrench as above but with "Tinsman" removed from the mold pattern. Good+.

0177. BAILOR PLOW CO / ATCHISON KAN. C49 - - 10". Cleaned.

PiCs Lots 162 thru 177

Wooden Handled Adjustable Nut and pipe Wrenches (lots 178 thru 193)

0178. W & B CO in a diamond logo (Whitman & Barnes)
15" wooden knife type handled combination nut and pipe wrench with alligator type jaws. Good+ with tight handle crack. (similar to S866)

0179. BEMIS & CALL H. & T. CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. / B & C Trademark logo
15.5" wooden handle combination nut and pipe wrench with four ring adjusting sleeve. Good+ with some minor nicks.

0180. BILLINGS (with Billing's "B" in a triangle logo) MADE IN USA / R. I. LINES (Rock Island railroad)
16" wooden handle Bemis & Call type combination nut and pipe wrench with long hex adjusting sleeve produced after Billings acquired Bemis & Call. Probably one of the last wooden handle monkey wrenches made. Excellent, like new.

0181. BEMIS & CALL COMPANY - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. - MADE IN USA / B & C Trademark logo
18.5" woolen handled combination nut and pipe wrench with five ring adjusting sleeve. Patented by W. Chaplin Bemis of Springfield, Mass. on 12-2-1873. Good++.  PAT

0182. AGR'L ENGINE WRENCH - PATENTED - SEPT 25, 1877, MAR 1, 1881, DEC 12, 1882
15" with grooved long adjusting sleeve. Patented by Bernard Donahue of New York. Replaced handle ferrule and nut otherwise Good+ with strong markings. (S566)  PAT

0183. MOORE DROP FORGING CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. USA (with Moore's "M" in a circle logo)
17.75" wooden knife handle monkey. Area with old bronze weld repair on lower jaw otherwise good++.

0184. BEMIS & CALL CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS USA / NO. 2
16" wooden handled pipe wrench with hex and ring adjusting sleeve made to Amos Call's patent of 8-28-1866. Some minor pitting, worm hole in handle. (similar to S839)  PAT

PiCs Lots 178 thru 184

0185. Lot of three:
(1.) P. S. & W. CO (Peck, Stow & Wilcox ) SOLID BAR - PAT JAN 14, 1869 - MADE IN USA (all on handle shaft) - - 12" with knife type handle. Pat. by Robert Cosmos Ellrich of Southington, Conn. Excellent.  PAT
(2.) GIRARD WRENCH MFG CO - GIRARD, PA USA - - 10". Pitting.
(3.) W. J. LADD - NO. 77 - NEW YORK - - 10" Coes type monkey wrench. Good.

0186. BEMIS & CALL H. & T. CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. USA
11" wooden handle combination nut and pipe wrench with four ring adjusting sleeve. Good+ with some minor nicks.

0187. WINDSOR MANUF'G CO - WINDSOR, VT - PATENTED JAN 24,1860 - - 12" wood handle center screw adjust nut wrench patented by J. E. Neil of New York, NY., A pre Civil War patented wrench with some light pitting, stamped with former owner's initials (H. C. R.). Refinished metal and replaced handle. (S427, C339)  PAT

0188. LINDSAY'S PATENT - DEC 12, 1865 / U?????? Elizabethport, NJ (can't read rest of the markings, probably UNION MFG. CO. )
12" whmw with a reinforcing bar on top of the shaft near the upper jaws. Patented by John Parker Lindsay of New Haven, Conn. First one seen with these markings. Good with some weak markings.  PAT

0189. TOWER & LYON - NEW YORK - PATENTED SEPT 25TH 1877 - MAR 1ST, 1881 - DEC 12TH, 1882 - Nov. 12, 1889 - - 10" Briggs's Pattern combination nut and pipe wood handled monkey wrench with ribbed groove adjusting nut. Patented by Bernard Donahue of New York. Good+ with some dings. (like S566)  PAT

0190. MERRICK'S PATENT - SPRINGFIELD, MASS - - 12" wood handle threaded shaft center screw adjust nut wrench. This is the first American screw wrench, patented August 17, 1835 by Solyman Merrick of Springfield, Mass. and manufactured by Stephen Bemis in Springfield. A very early patented wrench with slightly sprung jaws, some wreak markings (not all readable), some hammer mushrooming and a handle crack. (S832)  PAT

0191. Unmarked - - 10" early center screw adjust wood handled monkey wrench. Good.

0192. ROBINSON PATENT JUNE 16, 1885 - - 12" Coes type monkey wrench with an extended adjusting screw bracket and hex supporting ferrule. Patented by Squire Robinson of Southington, CT. Good+ with Some dings, handle chip. (S413)  PAT

0193. ROBINSON'S PATENT JUNE 16, 1885 - - 15" Coes type monkey wrench with an extended adjusting screw bracket and hex supporting ferrule like Lot 192 above. Some very light pitting and three punched dots on upper jaw for owner's id. (S413)

PiCs Lots 185 thru 193

Monkey Wrench Pipe Jaw Attachments (lots 194 thru 197)

0194. Marked only "No. 2" - - 3.5" monkey wrench attachment to convert a nut wrench to a pipe wrench. Patent was granted to Henry W. Atwater of East Orange, New Jersey on Jan. 17, 1888 and produced as the Model Gripping Jaw. Atwater also patented the Atwater Utility and Atwater Tiger Wrenches. Excellent.  PAT

0195. Marked only "No. 2" - - 3.5" monkey wrench attachment to convert a nut wrench to a pipe wrench. Same as Lot No. 194 above. Excellent.

0196. Unmarked - - 3" monkey wrench attachment to convert a nut wrench to a pipe wrench. Advertised as the "Yankee Pipe Jaw" by Wilcox Mfg. Co. of Aurora, Illinois and patented Dec. 5, 1899 by George W. Rouse of Lowell, Mich. Good++. (see jaws on S620, C334)  PAT

0197. Unmarked - - 4" monkey wrench attachment like Lot 196 above but one inch longer. Good++.

Bicycle and Pocket Type Wrenches (lots 198 thru 241)

0198. HALL WRENCH / PAT'D MAR. 13, 1894 - - 5.5" comb nut and pipe center screw adjust with a pivoting top jaw.
The flat sides of the jaws were used for nuts and the sharp back bottom jaw edge for pipe. Patented by Charles Hall of New York, NY and mfg. by Samuel Hall's Sons of New York. good++. (S1081, C155)  PAT

0199. STEEL BICYCLE / L. & S. CO. (Lamson & Sessions) - CLEVELAND, 0- - 5.25" Wood handled center screw adjust bike wrench. Good++ with tight handle crack. (S104D4)

0200. STEEL BICYCLE / L. & S. CO. (Lamson & Sessions) - CLEVELAND, 0- - 5.75" Wood handled center screw adjust bike wrench. Good++. (S104D4)

0201. LOWE'S PATENT APRIL 10TH, 1894 / MADE BY BILLINGS & SPENCER (with the "B" in a triangle logo) - - 5" complex little wrench with a bottom knurled adjusting nut and a lever that operates a wedge for final tightening. Patent was issued to James A. Lowe of North Branch, NJ. Good+ with area of pitting on back side. (S111-bottom)  PAT

0202. Unmarked Rider Patent Lightning Wrench made by the Kellogg Mfg. Co. of Racine, Wisc. - - 4.5" all metal combination screw and quick adjust wrench. Grooved adjusting nut is pulled out to release rack teeth and spring loaded lower jaw assembly. Patent was issued to Ebenezer Rider of Racine, Wisc. on Jun. 21, 1892. Rare wrench and even rarer variant with a back brace for the upper jaw. Good working condition but has overall medium pitting and markings are unreadable except for "WRENCH". (S503)  PAT

0203. Unmarked - - 4.75" center screw adjust wrench. This is a rare variant of the uncommon Capitol wrench with the brass open frame handle instead of the hollow round handle more often seen. Frederick B. Seymour's Feb. 27, 1883 and Louis Schlesinger's Sep. 29, 1891 patents apply. Good+. (see S809)  PAT  and  PAT

0204. DUDLY TOOL CO. - PAT. MAY 29, 94 - - 3" X 1" bicycle spoke or nipple wrench. Patented by Albert Dudly of Menominee, Mich. Excellent. (S110)  PAT

0205. THE J. R. LONG WRENCH CO. - AKRON, OHIO - PAT. APR. 17, 1906 - - 3.5" sliding wedge adjust. Patent was issued to John R. Long of Akron, Ohio. Plated finish, Excellent.  PAT

0206. Unmarked - - 4" double jaw turn handle to adjust nut wrench in a neat small size. Good++.

0207. Unmarked - - 4.25" double jaw turn handle to adjust nut wrench like Lot 206 above but !/4" longer. Good++. (like S773)

0208. IVER JOHNSON (Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Co. of Fitchburg, Mass.) - MADE IN USA - - 6" side screw adjust with tire tool end. Good++. (S99D2)

0209. Unmarked - - 5.5" fancy little all metal center screw adjust nut wrench with a hammer head. Good+ with some light pitting.

0210. Unmarked - - 5" Bornstein all metal double screw turn handle adjustable wrench with locking collar and bulbous handle Patented July 26, 1892 by Henry Bornstein of Boston, Mass. Possibly mfg. by the J. A. W. Seaberg Machine Co. of Malden, Mass., the U.S. Vise & Pipe Wrench Co. of Chicago or the Cincinnati Tool Co. Good plus. (S1066, C37, C95, C276)  PAT

0211. BORNSTEIN PAT. JULY 26, 1892 - MADE BY J. A. W. SEABERG MACH. CO. - Malden, Mass. - - 5" bicycle wrench with locking ring like Lot 210 above except with a hex paneled handle. Some very light pitting, some markings wreak and unreadable.  PAT

0212. J. P. Danielson Stillson P - Jamestown - - 4.5" wood handled Stillson type pipe wrench. Not original but a modified six incher.

0213. CHICAGO WRENCH CO. - - 6", Similar to the Model Grip (Lot 214 below) but much rarer with a screw and rack adjustment. First one we have had to sell. Good++.

0214. MODEL GRIP/ CHICAGO WRENCH CO. - PAT APL'D FOR - 6" neat quick adjust rack type wrench. Patent not found. Good Plus. (S115)

PiCs Lots 194 thru 214

0215. PAT JUN 7, 1892 (with a "G" in a diamond logo) - - 4.75" turn handle to adjust bike wrench with a spoke wrench feature. Pat. by Peter Gendron of Toledo, Ohio. Advertised as The Diamond Cycle Wrench by the Gendron Iron Wheel Co. of Toledo. Good++. (S109)  PAT

0216. Lot of two:
(1.) ACME - PAT FEB 27, 83 - - 5" early pre Whitman & Barnes twist handle type nut wrench. Weak markings, not all readable, jaws slightly sprung. (S364)
(2.) HERCULES (inside a Whitman & Barnes logo) - PAT FEB 27, 83 - MADE IN USA - - 4.25 " loop handle adjustable nut wrench with as bow tie bracket made and added by a former owner. Good+. (S364)

0217. VICTOR - OVERMAN WHEEL CO - CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS - PATENTED JAN 6, 1891 - - 5" center screw adjust with ruler markings on the shaft (hollow handle, exposed on one side variant). Patented by John Stanley of Coventry, England. The Overman Wheel Co. made "Victor" bicycles. Good+ with some minor edge dings. (S101)  PAT

0218. MADE EXCLUSIVELY FOR POPE MFG CO / BILLINGS & SPENCER CO HARTFORD, CONN. (with a "B" in triangle logo) / BILLINGS PATENT JAN 15TH, 1895 - - 5.5" bike wrench with an unusual knurled worm gear and rack teeth (on the flat side of the handle) adjustment. Patented by Charles E. Billings of Hartford, Conn. Good+. (S111-top)  PAT

0219. G & J MF'G Co Chicago / C. E. BILLINGS PAT'D FEB 18TH 1879 (with a ruler scale on shaft) - - 5" center screw adjust bicycle wrench with an unique bulbous end. Evidently made exclusively for Gormully & Jeffery Mfg. Co. of Chicago, early manufacturer of Rambler bicycles. Patent was issued to Charles E. Billings of Hartford, Conn. and was the basis for several of Billing & Spencer's early adjustable wrenches and later copied by other wrench manufacturers after the patent expired. Good+ with spots of minor pitting. (S857)  PAT

0220. U. S. WRENCH CO. - BOHN QUICKFIT - PAT '24 - PHIL. PA - - 5.75" wedge adjust nut wrench. Patent was issued to George Bohn and Fred Werner both of Milwaukee, Wisc. on Jan. 22, 1924. Good+ with some areas with light pitting. (S547, C308)  PAT

0221. BARNES TOOL CO. / PAT. PENDING - DROP FORGED STEEL - - 5.5" all metal screw adjust wrench with unique split handle. Good++.

0222. No 101-4 - ZUBI-ONDO / No 101-4 - ACERO FORJADO - - 4" Rare Crescent type adjustable wrench. First one we have listed. Excellent.

0223. WESTCOTT KEYSTONE CO / BUFFALO NY - NO 74 - - 4" S-handled Crescent type wrench. Good+. (S106 top)

0224. GEM T & L (Tower & Lyons)- - 4.5" all metal pocket wrench. Good+.

0225. GEM T & L (Tower & Lyons)- - 3.25" all metal pocket wrench. Good++.

0226. WEBMORE - PAT NO. 634485 / MADE IN ENGLAND - - 3.75" extra small side adjust nut wrench with unusual angled jaws. Good++. (not listed, no info)

0227. METEOR MFG. CO. - BUFFALO, NY / METEOR - PAT. PEND. - MADE IN USA - - 3-7/8" very unusual brass 1/4" drive reversible ratchet with an offset ratcheting screwdriver bit opposite the male drive and another 1/4" male drive on the end of the handle. Excellent, like new.

0228. PAT MAY 11, 1897 - FEB 20, 1900 - - 5.25" side screw adjust with an adjustable spanner type wrench. Patented. by Frederick Schrader of Bridgeport, Conn. Good+ with some light pitting.  PAT

0229. All Right - Pat Feb 28-99 (Attributed to the C. T. Guild Machine Co. of North Attleboro, Mass. - 4.5" quick adjust bicycle wrench. This is the rarer shorter version. Patent was granted to Charles T. Guild of North Attleborough, Mass. Good with some minor pitting. (S102B)  PAT

0230. Unmarked - - 6" twist handle nut wrench. Lighter and simpler version of the Acme wrenches. These wrenches resemble Frederick Seymour's Feb. 27, 1883 patent drawing more closely than the Acme and Hercules wrenches do. (S364)  PAT

0231. SPAULDING MACH. SCREW CO. - BUFFALO, NY - W. DICK'S PAT. NOV 21, 93 - - 5" center screw adjust bike wrench with a screwdriver that extends from bottom of handle when jaw is opened. Good+ with some very light pitting.  PAT

0232. BARCALO-BUFFALO - MADE IN USA - - 5" side screw adjust bicycle wrench. Good.

0233. SPRINGFIELD DROP FORGING CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS USA (with a "S" in a "D" logo) - - 5.5" bicycle wrench. (not in Schulz)

0234. MADE IN ENGLAND - PAT NO 389317 - RP NO 777629 - 5.5" side screw adjust nut wrench with angled jaws. unusual design. Good+ with some minor dings on back side. (not listed, no info)

0235. SANDOW (in decorative lettering) THE LAVIGNE & SCOTT MFG CO, - NEW HAVEN, CT - PAT APL'D FOR - - 5.5" center screw adjust with skeleton handle. Patented by Joseph P. Lavigne of New Haven, Conn. on Feb. 5, 1895. Good. Markings weak as usual. (S109B)  PAT

0236. Unmarked - - 5.25" all metal turn handle to adjust wrench. Similar but not exactly like Schulz No. 374 which was patented 9-9-1890 by Benjamin and George Clow from Jersey City, New Jersey. Rare wrench in Good+ condition with some light pitting. (similar to S374, C96)  PAT

0237. KING DICK - - 6.24" English center screw adjustable nut wrench. Good++. (similar to S761R)

0238. Can't read the markings on this 6" center screw adjust nut wrench that has a reinforcing extension behind the jaw. Good++. (not listed, no info found).

0239. RIDGID - PAT 1727623 - E6 / RIDGE TOOL Co. - ELYRIA, O. - - Lot of two 6" all metal pipe wrenches with offset jaws. One has most of the original red finish. Sep. 10, 1929 patent was issued to William O. Thewes of North Ridgeville, Ohio.  PAT

0240. ACME (inside a Whitman & Barnes logo) - PAT FEB 27, 83 - MADE IN USA - - 4-7/8". Smallest of the Acme twist handle nut wrenches produced. Patent was granted to Frederick B. Seymour of Detroit, Mich. Good+. (S364)  PAT

0241. BARNES TOOL COMPANY / DROP FORGED STEEL - - 5.25" side adjust nut wrench with indented handle panels. Good+. (S98)

PiCs Lots 215 thru 241

Automotive Wrenches - Tools - Accessories (Lots 242 thru ?)

0242. Unmarked - - 7" leaf spring spreader and lubricator with grease cup. Can't remember seeing this one before. Excellent as found, not cleaned.

0243. Lot of two: Similar spring leaf spreader and lubricating tools. Patents were issued to Charles W. Manzel of Buffalo, NY on 10-17-1916 and a design patent on 2-5-1918.  PAT and  PAT
(1.) TOMAHAWK MFG. CO. - CLEVELAND, O / PAT'D OCT 17 '16 - - 5". Excellent.
(2.) CHARLES W. MAN???? CO. - BU??? ?? (probably CHARLES W. MANZEL CO. - BUFFALO, NY)- PAT APL'D FOR - - 4.5". Excellent but with some weak, unreadable markings.

0244. Unmarked - - 5" Klaxon style manually operated bicycle or motorcycle horn. Good++ as found, not cleaned condition. Works great.

0245. Jet airplane hood ornament - - 9.5" nickel or chrome plaiting.

0246. 1RN379 (Reo) with Herbrand's "H" in a diamond logo. - - 9" mal. single hex box with four pegs for valve port caps. ID from 1916 Reo Touring Parts Lists. Good++ as found, not cleaned.

0247. Marked on brass tag: MILLER-CHAPMAN CO. MFG. - LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - PATENTED AUG. 24, 1914 - THIS CAR IS PROTECTED BY THE AUTO THIEF SIGNAL SYSTEM - $100 REWARD FOR ARREST AND CONVICTION AS A THIEF ANY PERSON OPERATING THIS CAR (Etc) and inside lock: "4 CORD". Keys and lock are marked CORBIN - - 11.5" tire lock with two original keys. Patented was granted to Hallett D. Ells of Kansas City, Missouri and later reissued and assigned to H. b. Miller of Los Angeles. Excellent with plated finish.  PAT

0248. Similar but smaller tire lock like Lot 247. Brass tag marked the same but with: SECURITY MFG. CO. SUCCESSORS TO MILLER-CHAPMAN CO. MFG. - LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA (Etc.) and "B2" inside lock. - - 10" with one key. No finish, key is a replacement.

0249. PAT. JUNE 8,15 and with William's "W" in a diamond logo - - 5.5" leaf spring spreader for greasing leaf springs. Patented June 8, 1915 by John H. Stevenson and Frederick Knowlson of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Listed as the Knowlson No. 1 Spring Spreader made by the Spring Leaf Lubricator Co. of Ann Arbor, Mich. in a 1920 ad. I think this is the first one I've seen marked with the patent date. Excellent with plated finish.  PAT

0250. Lot of two: KNOWLSON NO 3 - PAT. AUG. 18 1914 (one also has Herbrand's "H" in a diamond logo) - - 6.5" leaf spring spreaders for greasing leaf springs. Patented by Cecil F. Adamson of East Palestine, Ohio. Advertised for sale by the Spring Leaf Lubricator Co. of Ann Arbor in 1920. One is Excellent the other has some grind marks.  PAT

0251. Airplane hood ornament - - 7" made of brass with nickel finish.

PiCs Lots 242 thru 251

0252. D. F. PAT APPLIED FOR - F. C. D. TOOL CO. - MERNA, NEB. - - 11.25" plier-tong like tool. Patent titled "Transmission Spring Compressor and Holder" was granted to Hugh R. Downy of Merna, Neb. on 10-31-1922. Merna, Nebraska had a population of 552 in 1920 and 291 in 2000 according to the U. S. Census reports. First one I have seen. Excellent. (not listed)  PAT

0253. CADILLAC (in script) - - 10" double open ended wrench. Good+ with some minor dings.

0254. AUTOMOBILE - STILLSON WRENCH - MFD. BY BONNEY VISE & TOOL WKS. INC. - ALLENTOWN, PA. USA (with Bonney's shield logo) - - 9.5" made thinner and lighter than regular Stillson wrenches. Excellent as found, not cleaned condition.

0255. AUTO - TRIMO 10 - TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY, MASS. USA / TRADEMARK "TRIMO" - ALL FORGED STEEL - CASE HARDENED - PATENTED JULY 19, 1904 - - 10" size nut wrench. The July 19, 1904 patented all metal wrenches have a distinctive slotted shaft on the adjustable jaw. The Auto wrenches are considerably thinner and lighter than Trimont's regular line. Patented by Alfred G. Ely of New York, NY. Good++.  PAT

0256. AUTO / W & B in a diamond logo (Whitman & Barnes) - - 10" all metal Coes style nut wrench. Some areas of light pitting.

0257. AUTOMOBILE - STILLSON PATTERN WRENCH / BONNEY VISE & TOOL WKS INC ALLENTOWN, PA. USA - - 7" made thinner and lighter than regular Stillson wrenches. Good++.

0258. MOTOR-CYCLE - STILLSON PATTERN WRENCH - BONNEY VISE & TOOL WKS. INC. - ALLENTOWN, PA. USA - - 6" made thinner and lighter than regular Stillson wrenches. Good++.

0259. BONNEY No. 2580 - MADE IN USA - - 5.25" special pliers for adjusting Steeldraulic brakes used on Auburn, Buick, Hupmobile, and other early automobiles. Excellent.

0260. P & C inside a shield logo (Peterson & Carlborg of Portland, Oregon) - No. 8DB - - 5.25" special pliers for adjusting Steeldraulic brakes used on Auburn, Buick, Hupmobile, and other early automobiles. Excellent.

0261. DURO CHROME - USA - No. 2120 - - 5.75" special pliers for adjusting Steeldraulic brakes used on Auburn, Buick, Hupmobile, and other early automobiles. Excellent.

0262. PIERCE (with arrow logo) / FAIRMOUNT - - 5.25" center screw adjust nut wrench. Good+ as found, not cleaned condition.

0263. STILES-HERMAN MFG. CO. ST. LOUIS MO. USA - PAT. PENDING (with William's "W" in a diamond logo) - - 13.75" different plier type tool. The patent issued to Herman Johnson of St. Louis, Missouri on Oct. 21. 1930 describes this device as a metal working tool more particularity a tool for removing dents and the like from automobile fenders. Only the second one I have seen. Excellent. (not listed)  PAT

0264. VOLVO - AB BAHCO - STOCKHOLM / V-STEEL - 8" BAHCO 31 - MADE IN SWEDEN - - 8" Crescent type wrench with alligator wrench on end. Excellent.

0265. 8" BAHCO - 31 - VOLVO / V-STEEL - AB BAHCO - SWEDEN - - 8" Crescent type wrench with alligator wrench on end. Excellent.

0266. 8" BAHCO 11 - VOLVO / V-STEEL - BAHCO - SWEDEN - - 8" Crescent type wrench with tire tool end. Excellent.

0267. 8" BAHCO 11 - SAAB / V-STEEL - AB BAHCO - SWEDEN - - 8" Crescent type wrench with tire tool end. Usually seen marked Volvo, Very seldom found marked SAAB. Excellent.

0268. MAXWELL (script) - - 6.5" slip joint pliers with screwdriver on end of handle. Extremely rare automotive pliers. Good++.

0269. "MACK" - "WAKEFIELD" - - 4.25" side screw adjusting pocket wrench with a guard around the adjusting gear. A little wrench for a big truck! Good++.

0270. Lot of two: Automotive Tools.
(1.) Unmarked - - 10.75" all meal ball pein hammer with a tire tool or pry bar on end. Good++.
(2.) PAZZANO WRENCH CO. - WALTHAM, MASS. / PAT. NO. 19027 - MADE IN USA - - 8.25" battery pliers. Patented by Frederick F. Pazzano of Waltham, Mass. on Feb. 21, 1933 and reissued on Dec. 19, 1933. Excellent.  PAT

0271. B. F. GOODRICH CO. / WALDEN-WORCESTER - PAT. JULY 20, 1909 - - 5" early automotive rim bolt wrench. Loop handled with a ratcheting 3/4" hex box end. Patented Jul. 20, 1909 by Frederick E. Walden, Worcester, Mass. Good++. (S150)  PAT

PiCs Lots 252 thru 271

International Harvester and Related Companies Wrenches (Lots 272 thru 308)

0272. G261 / MOWER - - 7.25" pitman wrench. Notched bar variant.

0273. F9136 - IHC logo / 1 - - 9.5".

0274. PO11 (McKenzie Manufacturing Company, La Crosse, Wisc for No. 5 Planter also on IHC wrench list) 7.5". Three opening variation. Minor pitting.

0275. 950 (McCormick / IHC) - - 10". Some pitting.

0276. M141 (IHC logo) - - 9".

0277. DEERING (in ledger plate logo) D736 (William Deering & Co. later IHC) - - 5.5" pitman wrench. Good+.

0278. Unmarked 260 (McCormick / IHC / / Kentucky Drill / Hoosier Drill / American Seeding Machine) - - 7.25". Pitted.

0279. 9532DA (IH logo) - - 15". Good++.

0280. 270N / (IHC logo) - - 10.5" unusual double hook spanner. Minor pitting.

0281. E333 1/2 (IHC) - - 12". Good++.

0282. 2699TM (IHC) - - 4.5" heavy cast spark plug socket. Good++.

0283. 11858DA (IHC logo) - 5.5" flat steel spanner for Farmall tractor water pumps. Good++.

0284. CP4003 (IHC logo) - - 8.5" with hammer head. Markings debossed variant. Some pitting.

0285. F354 / IHC logo - - 8". Three square holes variation. Good+.

0286. F354 (IHC) - - 8". Two square holes, debossed number variant. Good+.

0287. FA354 (IHC) - - 8" with stud, Pitting.

0288. F239 (IHC logo) - 11 HP - (Oliver Plow wrench from the IHC Canadian Hamilton Plow Works) - - 9.5". Good++.

0289. F239 (IHC logo) - 11 HP - (Oliver Plow wrench from the IHC Canadian Hamilton Plow Works) - - 9.5". Good++.

0290. F8121 (with IHC logo) - - 7" double square socket wrench, stud at 90° variant. Minor pitting, light grind marks on stud.

PiCs Lots 272 thru 290

0291. P11 (Milwaukee Harvester Co., later IHC)- - 9.5". With post, numbers debossed variant.

0292. P349 - IHC logo - - 7.5". Numbers and logo debossed variant.

0293. Lot of three: IHC L9 Wrenches.
(1.) L9 - - 8.25". Six round hole variation. Good++.
(2.) L9 - IHC logo - - 8". Five round hole variation. Good++.
(3.) L9 (IHC logo) - - 8". Solid shaft with 1/2" round hole variation. Good++.

0294. Lot of two: 2155 Wrenches.
(1.) 2155 / IHC logo (IHC, earlier Champion) - - 10". Some pitting.
(2.) 2155 (B. F. Avery Maltese Cross logo) (B. F. Avery, earlier IHC, earlier, Champion) - - 10". Good+.

0295. Lot of two: IHC Tee Socket Wrenches.
(1.) T560 - - 5.5" Tee socket wrench with pry bar end. Pitting.
(2.) 271N - IHC logo - - 6.5" tee socket wrench.

0296. Lot of two: IHC Wrenches
(1.) N478 - IHC logo - - 3" by 5.5". Tee socket wrench.
(2.) N738 - IHC logo - - 5.25" L-socket wrench.

0297. Lot of two: IHC Wrenchs.
(1.) U50 / IHC logo - - 8".
(2.) U51 - IHC logo - - 9".

0298. Lot of two: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) U50 / CANADA - IH logo - - 8.25".
(2.) UA51 - IHC logo / CANADA - - 9". (b>Stepped jaw variation.

0299. Lot of two: IHC M231 Wrenches.
(1.) 6.75" solid back, solid bar variation. Pitted.
(2.) M231 - - 7.25" with socket variation.

0300. Z788 - IHC logo IHC part M446M) - - 8.25" all metal monkey wrench. Good+.

0301. Lot of three IHC Cream Separator Wrenches.
(1.) 1244C (IHC logo) - - 7.25".
(2.) 924C (IHC logo) - - 6.25". No keyhole variation.
(3.) 10466CX (IHC logo) 9". One of the spanner pets is broken.

0302. Lot of three: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) IHC logo -G8210 - - 6". Pitting.
(2.) IHC logo - 12737DA - - 5.25". Painted red.
(3.) 12737DA - IHC logo - - 5.5". Excellent.

PiCs Lots 291 thru 302

0303. Lot of two: IHC G3866 Wrench Variations.
(1.) IHC logo - G3866 - - 14.25" double open ends (S-wrench variation). Good+.
(2.) G3866 - I. H. CO. - - 12.5" double open ends (straight variation). Light grind marks on jaws edges.

0304. Lot of two: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) 295 (P & O, later IHC) - - 9.5". Five open ends, offset on small end variation. Good+. (variant not in Rathbone)
(2.) R28 (Champion, later IHC, later B. F. Avery) - - 9" with hang hole variation. Good+.

0305. PG58 (Milwaukee, later IHC)- - 5.25". No bar variation. Excellent.

0306. 4359 (P & O, later IHC) - - 12.75". Some hammer damage on edge.

0307. Lot of three: IHC Flat Steel Wrenches.
(1.) Unmarked (IHC SA2128) - - 11" stamped steel. Good+.
(2.) Marked SA2127 (IHC) - - 8.75" stamped steel. Minor jaws and edge dings.
(3.) Marked SA2126 (IHC) - - 7" stamped steel. Some jaw damage.

0308. 9118 with IHC logo - - 7.75" tee handled socket wrench. Good+.

Farm Related Wrenches - Part Three (lots 309 thru 361)

0309. D34 (Russell & Co - Massillon, Ohio) - - 6" Steam Engine socket. Good+ with casting flaw inside one socket.

0310. ROBINSON SPREADER CO - VINTON IOWA / A43 (with a "C") - - 10.5". Good+.

0311. HERO - 319 / STERLING MFG CO - - 13.25" Some pitting.

PiCs Lots 303 thru 311

0312. Lot of two:
(1.) NEWELL SANDERS PLOW CO (later IHC) / A163 - - 8.5" with hammer head. Some pitting.
(2.) VULCAN PLOW CO / EVANSVILLE IND - - 8". Pitted.

0313. Lot of two:
(1.) Marked only "5" (orphan) - - 10". Good++.
(2.) Marked only "41" (orphan) - - 8.5". Good+.

0314. 5089 (Avery Co, Peoria, ILL) - - 10" Tee socket without extra top center socket variant. Good+.

0315. KW (Belcher & Taylor - Chicopee Falls, Mass.) - - 9.25" tee wrench.

0316. RODERICK LEAN - D44 - 15". Pitting

0317. 479 (orphan) - - 12.25" unusual tee wrench similar to Moline B355 and Madison Plow / Fuller & Johnson 2H33. Painted. (not listed, no info)

0318. 2091 (Stover Mfg. Co. - Freeport, Illinois) - - 5" Stover windmill tee handled socket wrench (ID from parts list). Good++.

0319. AMERICAN HARROW CO. DET. MICH. / DD198 - - 13.25". Pitting.

0320. Lot of two:
(1.) 44 and Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo (Brown-Manly Plow Co. - Malta, Ohio) - - 8". No square hole variation. Good++.
(2.) 369 (orphan) - -6.75" open end with gear teeth on other end. No peg on open end variation. Good+. (not listed, no info)

0321. WOODS BROS SILO & MFG CO / THE HINGE DOOR SILO - - 8.5". Some pitting.

0322. D1 (Grand Detour Plow Co. and later J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co.) - - 12". This wrench was on the orphan wrench list till a recent discovery of listings in Grand Detour and Case Threshing Machine Parts books. Good+. (not in Rathbone)

0323. Lot of two:
(1.) ML15 (Cockshutt) - 12". RARE variant with only one opening on shaft. Not in Rathbone's book. Some edge damage, some pitting.
(2.) DH (Frost & Wood) 11.5"

PiCs Lots 312 thru 323

0324. T1084 (orphan) - - 11". Good++. (not listed, no info)

0325. D189-D190 (Moline Plow Co) - - 8" check row pliers. No star logo variation. Good+.

0326. KING PLOW CO / ATLANTA GA - K55 - - 9". Good+. Minor ding on one jaw tip.

0327. E.13 (Moline Plow Co) - - 9". Good+.

0328. LE ROY (Le Roy Plow Co. - - Le Roy, NY) - - 11". Pitting.

0329. KENTUCKY DRILLS / KR299 (Brennan & Co. Lou. KY., also IHC) - - 9". Some pitting.

0330. Lot of two:
(1.) B14 (orphan) - - 16". Good+. (not listed, no info)
(2.) Unmarked (South Bend Chilled Plow Co.) - - 16.5" big graphic wrench with several cutout sections. Used on South Bend Chilled Plow Company's New Casaday Sulky Plows. Labeled "Octagon" in South Bend Parts Books and nicknamed "The Three Pound Wrench" by collectors. Pitting.

0331. R300 (Walter A. Wood, Hoosick Falls, NY) - - 6". Painted.

0332. TIGER (Stoddard, Dayton, Ohio or J. S. Rowell, Beaver Dam. Wisc.) - - 8". No stud variation. Pitting.

0333. 103 HAWORTH'S / 103 CHECK ROWER - - 7.25". No fork or claw on end variant. Good++.

0334. SAMSON 1892 FOR WRIST PIN ONLY / FOR FRONT CAP BOX ONLY (Stover Mfg Co) - - 7.5" Stover Samson Windmill wrench. Good+.

0335. OHIO (Ohio Cultivator Co. - Bellevue, Ohio) - - 7" flat steel double open ended wrench. .

0336. A23 <M-H> (Massey-Harris) - - 5.5". Good+.

0337. JONES / D114 - Plano logo? (Plano Mfg. Co. - Plano, Illinois, later IHC) - - 6.5". Good+, logo blurred.

PiCs Lots 334 thru 337

0338. Wiard. S (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 11.5". Good++.

0339. W. P. CO. (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 9.75". Good+.

0340. WIARD (with picture of star) (Wiard Plow Co, Batavia, New York) - 13.75" malleable implement wrench . Scarce unique shaped wrench. Some pitting.

0341. W. P. CO, - 94 (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 11". Pitting.

0342. WIARD PLOW CO. - - 11.5". Minor pitting.

0343. 70 TO 83 (Wiard Plow Co - Batavia, NY) - - 9.75". Painted.

0344. NEWELL SANDERS PLOW CO (later IHC) / A120 - - 13". Three square and one hex variant. Painted

0345. CHAMPION SILO / WESTERN SILO CO - DES MOINES IOWA - - 12" double hex. Good++.

0346. INDIANA SILO CO (Anderson, Indiana) / 5/8 - - 11" double open end S-wrench. Small drilled hang hole.

0347. F. E. MYERS BROS. & BRO. CO. / ASHLAND, OHIO USA - 3774 - - 14.25" open end by face spanner. Good+.

0348. STERLING M'F'G. CO. - D127 / STERLING ILL. - C - - 12" with large striking lettering. Jaw crack, minor edge ding.

0349. Lot of two: Lot of two: Janesville Machine Co. and Samson Tractor Co. (Janesville, Wisc.) Wrenches
(1.) Marked only with a "B" (Janesville Mache Co.) - - 9". Some pitting.
(2.) 750367 with Cleveland Hardware's "CH" logo (Samson Tractor Co.) - - 9". Same wrench as above but marked with new number after General Motors purchased and consolidated the Janesville Machine and Samson Tractor companies. Some pitting.

0350. Lot of two; Janesville Machine Co. - Janesville, Wisc. Wrenches.
(1.) J M Co - - 9.25". Over cleaned.
(2.) Marked only "A" - - 12.25".

0351. Lot of two: Janesville Machine Co. - Janesville, Wisc. Wrenches.
(1.) Marked only "C" - - 7". Painted.
(2.) Marked only "E" - - 6.75".

0352. D798 (Cockshutt) - - 9". Some pitting.

0353. PLANET JR. / H4 U.S.A - - 8" with double hammer polls. Good.

0354. PLANET JR. / H4 - MADE IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - - 8.5" with double hammer polls. Scarce variant. Good++.

0355. Lot of three: Small Planet Jr. Wrenches with small hammer heads.
(1.) 3 - PLANET JR. / PLANET JR. - - 6.5" Excellent with original finish.
(2.) 3 - MADE IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA / PLANET JR. - - 6.5" Excellent with original finish.
(3.) 3 - PLANET JR. / PLANET JR. - - 6.5" Excellent with original finish.

0356. L A CO - 16 (orphan) - - 8.5" single open ended wrench with stepped two size opening. Good++. (not in Rathbone's books, no info)

0357. 138 (Eagle Mfg. - Kansas City, MO and Dallas, TX) - - 8" with hammer head. Some edge mushrooming.

0358. Lot of two:
(1.) DEERING / HAY RAKE (William Deering & Co. and IHC) - - 6.5" double open ends.
(2.) JWB (Collin's Plow Co's J. W. B. Walking Cultivator, Etc. - Quincy, Illinois) - - 11.75" silo type. Light pitting. (R1-266)

0359. Lot of two: P & O / IHC Wrenches.
(1.) P & O CO 4135 / CANTON ILL. - - 10.25". Over cleaned.
(2.) P & O CO CANTON ILL / 4129 - - 10.5". Good++.

0360. Lot of two: P & O / IHC Wrenches.
(1.) P & O CO - 4130 / CANTON ILL - - 9". Painted.
(2.) P & O Co. / 5283 - - 10". Pitting.

0361. P & O CO CANTON ILL 4131 - - 7". Painted.

PiCs Lots 349 thru 361

Coes Brother's Wrenches (lots 362 thru 390)

0362. Lot of four: Coes Knife Type Wood Handle Monkey Wrenches with Extended Ferrule Spurs. (HP50).  PAT and  PAT Will sell choice wrench.
(1.) COES WRENCH CO. / L. COES PAT'D DEC 15, 1891, APR 30, 95 - - 12". Some grind marks on back of top jaw, couple small, tight handle cracks.
(2.) COES WRENCH CO. / L. COES PAT'D DEC 15, 1891, APR 30, 95 - - 10". Handle cracks, some weak markings.
(3.) COES WRENCH CO. / L. COES PAT'D DEC 15, 1891, APR 30, 95 - - 8". Minor dings, Excellent handle.
(4.) COES WRENCH CO. / L. COES PAT'D DEC 15, 1891, APR 30, 95 - - 6". Couple handle cracks, minor dings.

0363. Lot of two: Coes 6" Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches.
(1.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER, MASS / L. COES PATD. JULY 6, 1880 - JULY 8, 1884 - - 6" with knife type handles. Good+. (HP45)  PAT and  PAT
(2.) COES / Coes steam engine governor logo (most of the other markings are too wreak to read) - - 6".

0364. Lot of two: Coes Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches.
(1.) L. COES & CO. - WORCESTER MASS. / L. COES - PAT'D JULY 6, 1880 - JULY 8, 1884 - - 12" with wood knife handle. Good++. (similar to HP43)  PAT and  PAT
(2.) L. COES & CO WORCESTER MASS / MECHANICS WRENCH IMPROVED JAN 1, 1882 - - 15" with round wood handle. Jan 1. 1882 is not a patent issue date. Good+. (HP39)

0365. A. G. COES & CO. - WORCESTER MASS / (steam engine governor logo with 5-2-1871 and 12-28-1875 patent dates) - - 12" Jog bar type. Some dings, handle chip, former owner's initials (W. H. W.). Strong markings. (HP22)  PAT and  PAT

0366. Lot of two: Coes Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches.
(1.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER, MASS / L. COES PATD. JULY 6, 1880 - JULY 8, 1884 - - 10" with wood knife type handle. Good+ with some minor dings. (HP45)  PAT and  PAT
(2.) L. COES & CO WORCESTER, MASS / L. COES PAT'D JUNE 26, 1866 - MAR 23, 1869 (both are George Taft patents) - - 10" with round wood handle. First model Loring Coes made after the break up of L. & A. G. Coes. Good+ with some minor pitting and dings, former owner's initials (H. B.). (HP26)

0367. A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS. / PAT. DEC 28, 75 & JULY 8, 84 (with steam engine governor logo) - - 10" Coes Jog Bar monkey wrench with a replaceable threaded insert in the lower jaw for the adjusting bolt. This featured was patented on 7-8-1884 by Aury Coes, sons; John H. and Frederic L. Coes. Good+.. (HP25)  PAT and  PAT

0368. COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER, MASS / MECHANICS WRENCH IMPROVED - JAN 1, 1882 - - 10" with round wood handle. Good+ with excellent markings, minor dings. Jan 1, 1882 is not a patent issue date. (HP46)

PiCs Lots 362 thru 368

0369. Lot of five: Coes Wood Handled Jog Bar Wrenches with the Steam Engine Governor Logo. Will sell choice wrench.
(1.) A. G. COES - PAT'D DEC 26, 1871 / PAT'D (steam engine governor logo) DEC 26, 71 - - 6.5". Note: The 6" sizes do not have the jog bar feature. Good++. (HP20)
(2.) A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / PAT'D (steam engine governor logo) DEC 26, 71 - - 8". Variation not shown in Page's book. Good+.
(3.) A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 (steam engine governor logo)& DEC 26, 71 - - 10". Good+ small handle flaw. (HP21)
(4.) A. G. COES & CO. - WORCESTER MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 (steam engine governor logo) & DEC 28, 75 - - 12". Good with some dings. Good++. (HP22)
(5.) A. G. COES & CO. - WORCESTER MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 (steam engine governor logo) & DEC 28, 75 - - 15". Good with some dings. (HP22)

0370. L. COES & CO WORCESTER MASS / MECHANICS WRENCH IMPROVED JAN 1, 1881 (or 1882?) - - 12" with round wood handle and split adjusting knurl that fits into twin slots in the shaft. Good with some markings unreadable, dings, replaced handle. (HP39 or 40)

0371. Lot of two: Coes Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches. Patented by George C. Taft and assigned to Loring Coes. Patent featured a metal tube inside the handle to ease the strain on the wooden handle. Last of the one piece wooden handles wrenches which were replaced by knife type handles.  PAT  Will sell choice wrench.
(1.) L. COES & CO. - WORCESTER, MASS. / L. COES PAT'D MAY 4TH, 1869 - - 12". Good+ with some minor dings, handle wear. Very small former owner's name stamp (J. H. Maud). (HP42)
(2.) L. COES & CO. - WORCESTER, MASS. / L. COES PAT'D MAY 4TH, 1869 - - 8". Good+ with minor dings, former owner's initials (E. P. N.). (HP42)

0372. L. COES & CO. - WORCESTER, MASS. / L. COES PAT'D MAY 4TH, 1869 - - 6". Note this 6" example with the Taft patent date does not have the metal tube inside the handle. Good++. (HP42)  PAT

0373. COES AUTO (inside a spoked wheel logo) / COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER MASS USA - - 6.25" all metal screw adjust monkey wrench. Coes sometimes advertised this 6" size as a motorcycle wrench. Good+ with former owner's mark. (HP62)

0374. COES AUTO (inside a spoked wheel logo) / COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER MASS USA - - 12" all metal screw adjust nut wrench, thinner and lighter than regular Coes wrenches with the adjusting nut enclosed in the lower jaw assembly. Some hammer dings. (HP62)

PiCs Lots 369 thru 374

0375. RUGGLES, NOURSE, MASON & CO - BOSTON & WORCESTER - MASS / L. COES PATENT - - 12" Coes wooden handled monkey wrench with plugged lower jaw. Manufactured according to Loring Coes first wrench patent of April 16, 1841. Ruggles, Nourse, Mason were Coes exclusive wrench sales agents from 1848 to 1853. Good++ with a few markings unreadable, good handle. (HP3)  PAT

0376. RUGGLES, NOURSE, MASON & CO - BOSTON & WORCESTER - MASS / L. COES PATENT - - 10" Coes wooden handled monkey wrench with plugged lower jaw. See 12" version Lot No. 375 for more information. Good++ with stronger markings than usually found. (HP3)  PAT

0377. RUGGLES, NOURSE, MASON & CO - BOSTON & WORCESTER - MASS / L. COES PATENT - - 12" Coes wooden handled monkey wrench with plugged lower jaw. See Lot No. 375 for more information. Good with some light pitting, minor dings, tight handle cracks, some unreadable markings. (HP3)  PAT

0378. RUGGLES, NOURSE, MASON & CO - BOSTON & WORCESTER - MASS / L. COES PATENT - - 12" Coes wooden handled monkey wrench with plugged lower jaw. See Lot No. 375 for more information. Good+ with replaced handle, some unreadable markings. (HP3)  PAT

0379. C. FOSTER & CO. - WORCESTER, MASS / L. COES PATENT - - 12" Very early rare Coes wooden handled monkey wrench with plugged lower jaw. Manufactured under Loring Coes first wrench patent of April 16, 1841. Foster was the second Coes exclusive wrench sales agent with a contract from 1843 to 1848. Good++ with a nick on top jaw, few other minor dings, good handle, strong markings. (HP2)  PAT

0380. L. COES & CO PAT'D MAR 23 1869 / WORCESTER MASS - - 4-5/8" "Baby Coes" monkey wrench. Patented by George C. Taft of Worcester, Mass. Good++, strong markings except for a couple letters. (HP35, like S852)  PAT

0381. L. COES & CO. / Reverse side not marked or unreadable. - - 6.5" with early straight line markings in the rare smallest size. Manufactured under Loring Coes first wrench patent of April 16, 1841. Good++. (similar to HP4)

0382. Lot of four: Coes Wood Handled Wrenches with the Mar 6, 1866 patented two piece locking ferrule. Will sell choice wrench  PAT
(1.) A. G. COES - WORCESTER MASS. / A. G. COES - PAT"D MAR. 6, 1866 - - 15". Good+ with former owner's initials (H. H. H.) stamped over patent date. (HP12)
(2.) A. G. COES - WORCESTER MASS - - 12". Good with hammer dings and very small owner's name stamp (J. A, Anderson). (HP13)
(3.) A. G. COES - WORCESTER MASS. / A. G. COES - PAT"D MAR. 6, 1866 - - 10" with replaced handle, light dings, punched owner's initials, some weak markings. (HP12)
(4.) A. G. COES - WORCESTER MASS. / A. G. COES - PAT"D MAR. 6, 1866 - - 10" with Jog Bar shaft. Good with some dings, some wreak markings, not all readable.(HP17)

0383. A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS. / Reverse side not marked or unreadable. - - 8" early example of Loring Coes first wrench patent of April 16, 1841. Good with some pitting, dings. (similar to HP6)

0384. Unmarked or unreadable markings - - 12" version of the August 17, 1835 Merrick/Coes wood handle threaded shaft center screw adjust nut wrench. See Lot No. 385 below for more information. Good with slightly sprung jaws, hammer dings, over all medium pitting. (S832)  PAT

0385. Unmarked or unreadable markings - - 10" 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 later by Coes. A very early patented wrench with minor dings, tight handle cracks. Former owner's mark (Wm. H. Pratt). (S832)  PAT

PiCs Lots 375 thru 385

0386. COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER, MASS / MECHANICS WRENCH IMPROVED - JAN 1, 1882 - - 18" with round wood handle. Scarce size. Good+ with some minor dings. Former owner's name (E. G. Hamilton) stamped several times. Jan 1, 1882 is not a patent issue date. (HP46)

0387. L. COES & CO. - WORCESTER, MASS. / L. COES PAT'D MAY 4TH, 1869 - - 12". Patented by George C. Taft and assigned to Loring Coes. Patent featured a metal tube inside the handle to ease the strain on the wooden handle. Good+ with some minor dings, excellent replaced handle. (HP42)  PAT

0388. TRADEMARK COES (in oval) / BILLINGS - MADE IN USA (with a "B" in a triangle logo) - - 12" all metal wrench. Last Coes type monkey wrench manufactured. Good++. (HP66).

0389. COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER, MASS / MECHANICS WRENCH IMPROVED - JAN 1, 1882 - - 1O" with round wood handle. Jan 1, 1882 is not a patent issue date. Good with some dings, pitting, tight handle crack. (HP46)

0390. Lot of four: Coes 6" Monkey Wrenches. Will sell choice wrench
(1.) COES WRENCH CO. WORCESTER MASS. U.S.A./ MADE IN U.S.A - UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 6" with knife type handles. Good++. (HP53)
(2.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER, MASS / L. COES PATD. JULY 6, 1880 - JULY 8, 1884 - - 6" with knife type handles. Good+. (HP45)  PAT and  PAT
(3.) L. COES & CO WORCESTER, MASS / L. COES & CO PAT'D MAR 23,1869 (George Taft's patent) - - 6" with round wood handle. Excellent. (HP27)  PAT
(4.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER - MASS. USA (straight line variant) / MADE UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 6" all metal. Good++. (HP56)

Double Ended Adjustable Wrenches (lots 391 thru 405)

0391. Unmarked (Baxter's "S" Model Wrench) - - 11.5". Applicable patent was issued to William Baxter on Dec. 1, 1868. Scarce large size Baxter. Good+ with a few dings. (S305)  PAT

0392. Unmarked - - 10".. This is William Baxter's first model Diagonal Wrench with the round headed thumbscrew made according to his first wrench patent of Feb 12, 1856. Pre Civil War wrench in Good+ condition. (S461)  PAT

0393. Unmarked (Baxter's Improved Diagonal Wrench patent 7-17-1883) - - 8.5" double ender with the flat oval adjusting bolt head. William Baxter's patent improving the original 1856 patent. Good++. (S462)  PAT

0394. BAXTER'S PAT - FEB 12 - 56 - - 4.25". This is William Baxter's first model Diagonal Wrench with the round headed thumbscrew made according to his first wrench patent of Feb 12, 1856. Hard to find especially in this small size. (S461)  PAT

0395. Unmarked (Baxter's "S" Model Wrench) - - 6". Applicable patent was issued to William Baxter on Dec. 1, 1868. Good+ with some spots of light pitting. (S305)  PAT

0396. B & C / 6 IN. - BEMIS & CALL H & T CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. - - 6" combination Crescent "S" type wrench with a nut wrench on one end and pipe wrench on the other One of the classic collectible wrenches. Good+ with some very light pitting. (S841)

0397. THE TRIPLET PAT AUG 19, 1913 - - 5.5" double ended bicycle or pocket wrench with adjusting bolt and alligator heads plus two tap holders. Usually found marked "Pat Applied For", this one has the patent date. Patented by John Anderson of Portland, Conn. and mfg. by G. L. Holt Co. of Hartford, Conn. Also made or sold by Stanley Tool Co for a short time circa 1913. Good++. (S106)  PAT

PiCs Lots 386 thru 397

0398. THE LOVELL WRENCH CO. BRIDGEPORT, CONN USA - - 5.5" odd design double ender with normal style nut wrench on one end and an adjustable square box wrench on the other. Center knurled nut that engages gear grooves on both sides. Patented by A. K. Lovell of New York, NY on May 12, 1896. Good+ with some rivets repeened. (S815)  PAT

0399. WAKEFIELD WIZARD - No. 120 - MADE IN WORCESTER, MASS. - PATENTS PENDING IN USA AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES - - 8.75" double ended nut wrench with quick adjust sliding jaws. Good++. Patent was granted on Nov. 21, 1922. to Joseph F. Oliver of Worcester, Mass. and assigned to Clarence E. Wakefield also of Worcester. Good++. (S1099, C317)  PAT

0400. ROOSEVELT ADJUSTABLE WRENCH PAT. PEND'G ROOSEVELT MFG CO CHICAGO USA - - 8" A center screw adjusts the sizes of the two box end wrenches. Excellent with a ground spot near top edge. (S464, patent not found)

0401. 4-6 DIAMOND CALK HORSESHOE CO (with horseshoe and diamond logo) - DULUTH, MINN. / DIAMOND TOOL STEEL, (etc.) - - 6" Crescent type with 4" and 6" heads. Scarce small size. Excellent. (not in Schultz)

0402. 6-8 IN - DROP FORGED STEEL USA / MFD. BY CRESCENT TOOL CO - JAMESTOWN, NY - - 8" older style double ended Crescent wrench with 6" and 8" heads. Good++. (S470)

0403. 8-10 IN. - CRESCENT - DROP FORGED STEEL USA / 8-10 IN. CRESCENT TOOL CO.- JAMESTOWN, NY - - 10" older style Crescent wrench with 8" and 10" heads. Good+ with some areas of light pitting. (S470)

0404. THE G. L. HOLT COMPANY - HARTFORD, CONN. / PAT APPL'D FOR - - 4" combination pocket or bicycle wrench with nut and pipe jaws. Patented by John Anderson and John Elmer Anderson, both from Portland, Conn. on Jan. 05, 1915. Good++ with some light markings (like S108T)  PAT

0405. PAT APPL'D FOR - - 4" combination pocket or bicycle wrench with nut and pipe jaws. Like Lot 404 above but with out the G. L. Holt Company markings. Good with two spots with pitting. (like S108T)  PAT

Alligator wrenches (lots 406 thru 416)

0406. BULL DOG No. 4 - DROP-FORGED IN USA / J. H. WILLIAMS & CO. - - 22" single ended alligator wrench. Excellent.

0407. BWB-4-1/2 BULL DOG - DROP-FORGED IN USA / J. H. WILLIAMS & CO. - - 24" single ended alligator wrench. Excellent.

0408. PERPETUAL GRIP - ALL PARTS RENEWABLE - PAT'D JULY 10 - EDMONDS METZEL MFG. CO. - CHICAGO - PAT ALLOWED OTHERS APPL'D FOR - - 9" comb. double alligator wrench with replaceable teeth, screwdriver, three rethreading dies, and two square box wrenches, laminated construction. Patented Jul. 10, and Aug. 14, 1906 by John Merckens of Chicago, ILL. Good+. (S9)  PAT

0409. THE VICTOR - PAT MAY 26 03 - - 7" adjustable alligator wrench made by Kraeuter & Co. Newark, New Jersey. Patented by Charles Bonney of Portsmouth, Ohio. Good with tip of upper jaw broken off, some very light pitting, stamped former owner's name (G. P. Wolff). (S37)  PAT

0410. Unmarked - - 10" wood handled version of the Vandegrift sliding wedge quick adjust alligator wrench (serrated pipe jaw variant). Rare size with seldom seen markings. The Vandegrift alligator type wrenches were patented Pat 1-6-1891 by Theodore Vandegrift of Shelbyville, Indiana and mfg. by the Vandegrift Mfg Co in Shelbyville. Good++ except for jaws chip. (S724, C313)  PAT

0411. Marked only "PATENT" [sic] / "PAT'D" - - 12" wood handled version of the Vandegrift sliding wedge quick adjust alligator wrench (smooth jaw nut variant). Good+. (S724, C313)

0412. CRONK (Cronk and Carrier - Elmira, NY) - - 6.5" with sliding quick adjust mechanism. Adjustable alligator jaws on one end and a hex box wrench on the opposite end. Patent issued to William Cronk of Montour Falls, NY on Oct. 22, 1912. Good++. (S29)  PAT

0413. INVOLUTE WRENCH -TOWER & LYONS CO - PAT'D OCT 30, 1900 - - 5.5" single ended alligator wrench with a screwdriver on the end. First wrench in "The Book". Pat. by Maschil D. Converse of New York, NY. Good++. (S1)  PAT

0414. BULL DOG No. 0 (W & B in diamond logo) - - 4" alligator with nut wrench cutouts and screwdriver end. Williams smallest size Bull Dog alligator wrench in Excellent condition.

0415. Unmarked - - 7.5" 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+ with over all light pitting. Lightly stamped with former owner's name (A. Maier). (S320)  PAT

0416. SHAW - SHAW PROPELLER CO. BOSTON, MASS / PAT'D APRIL 26, 1910 & PATS PENDING (etc.) - - 3.75". Smallest wrench in the Shaw alligator wrench line. Patented by George Bryar of Boston. Excellent. (S36)  PAT

PiCs Lots 398 thru 416

H. D. Smith Perfect Handle and Other Tools (lots 417 thru 427)

0417. THE H .D. SMITH & CO - ORIGINAL PERFECT HANDLE TOOLS - PLANTSVILLE, CONN. - SEMPER IDEM STEEL WRENCH 21" / S (in a circle) TRADE MARK - - 21" with patterned handle. Largest (and heaviest) of the H. D. Smith Perfect Handle all metal monkey wrenches. Good+ with some minor edge dings.

0418. Lot of two: All Metal H. S. Smith Perfect Handle Monkey Wrenches.
(1.) THE H .D. SMITH & CO - ORIGINAL PERFECT HANDLE TOOLS - PLANTSVILLE, CONN. S. I. S. WRENCH - 8 / S (in a circle) TRADEMARK - also stamped C. M. & S. T. P. RR (Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul RR) - - 9". Good+.
(2.) THE H .D. SMITH & CO - ORIGINAL PERFECT HANDLE TOOLS - PLANTSVILLE, CONN. S. I. S. WRENCH - 6 / S (in a circle) TRADEMARK - - 6.5". Good, over cleaned, polished.

0419. THE H. D. SMITH & CO - "PERFECT HANDLE" - PAT'D Oct. 30, 1900; Jan 15, 1901; and Feb 26, 1901 MADE IN USA - - 15" wood handled monkey wrench. Patents for the H. D. Smith monkey wrenches were issued to Amos Shepard and William Ward of Plantsville, Conn. Good++ as found, uncleaned condition, handle slabs are Good++. S405)  PAT

0420. THE H. D. SMITH & CO - "PERFECT HANDLE" - PAT'D Oct. 30, 1900; Jan 15, 1901; and Feb 26, 1901 MADE IN USA /  L & N R.R. (Louisville & Nashville RR) - - 12" wood handled monkey wrench. Good++.

0421. "PERFECT HANDLE" - TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY, MASS USA - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench. The Perfect Handle wrench line was acquired by Trimont in 1930. Good+ with some dings, handle is Good++.

0422. Lot of two: H. D. Smith Perfect Handle 10" Monkey Wrenches Marking Variations
(1.) THE H .D. SMITH & CO - ORIGINAL PERFECT HANDLE TOOLS - PLANTSVILLE, CONN. USA - -10". Good+ as found, uncleaned condition.
(2.) THE H. D. SMITH & CO - PERFECT HANDLE - PAT'D Oct. 30, 1900; Jan 15, 1901; and Feb 26, 1901 MADE IN USA - - 10". Good as found, uncleaned condition.

0423. THE H. D. SMITH & CO. - MADE IN PLANTSVILLE, CONN. USA / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 13.25" with knife type wood handle. Advertised for use as a tire tool or pry bar. Design patent issued to by Lucius Walkley of Plantsville, CT. on July 8, 1913. Good+, painted, some handle wear.  PAT

0424. H D S & CO / (S in circle logo) - - 6" Carpenters Pincers with hammer head, wire cutter, tack claw, and screwdriver. Super RARE H. D. Smith Tool in the smallest size listed in their catalogs. A design patent for this tool was issued to William S. Ward of Plantsville, Conn. on Aug. 14, 1900 and assigned to H. D. Smith and Co. also of Plantsville. Excellent.  PAT

0425. HE H. D. SMITH & CO.- 8 IN / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 8" "S" curved handle Crescent type wrench. Patents by William S. Thomson of Plantsville, Conn. of May 13, 1913 and Jan. 15, 1915 apply. Good+ with some minor pitting, handle is excellent. (S306)  PAT

0426. H. D. SMITH & CO. - PLANTSVILLE, CONN. - PAT. June 9, 1914 - PAT, Feb 20, 1917 - MADE IN USA - - 6" all metal offset pliers. Listed as No. 646 "Gittatit" Offset Slip Joint Pliers in H. D Smith Catalogs. Good++, markings are stronger than usually seen.  PAT

0427. H. D. SMITH & CO. / PERFECT HANDLE - PATENTED - - 15" (with 1-3/4" jaw opening). One of the larger H. D. Smith Perfect Handle open ended wrenches. Patented by William S. Thomson of Plantsville, CT on July 28, 1914. Good+ with some dings, handle is good++. (S904)  PAT

PiCs Lots 417 thru 427

0428. "TRIMO" TRADEMARK - 1912 STYLE - TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY, MASS / TRIMO 21" DROP FORGED - PAT AP'D FOR - - 21" size all metal nut wrench. Early version of Trimont's Dec. 19, 1911 patent with the U-shaped adjusting nut guards. Patent was granted to John H. Vinton of Boston, Mass. and assigned to Trimont. Rare large size in Good+++ condition. (S# 1084B)  PAT

0429. TRIMO - TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY, MASS. - 15" - ALL FORGED STEEL - CASE HARDENED / TRADEMARK "TRIMO" - PATENTED JULY 19-04 - - 15" size. These earliest versions of the Trimo all steel nut wrenches have a distinctive slotted shaft on the adjustable jaw. Patented by Alfred G. Ely of New York, NY on July 19, 1904. Excellent. (S435)  PAT

0430. TRIMO - TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY, MASS. - USA 12" / TRIMO 12" - - 11.5" knife type wooden handle nut wrench with the U-shaped adjusting nut guards. Excellent, nearly new condition. Small owner's stamp (A. D. C.) on wooden slabs. (S1084T)

0431. TRIMO AUTO / PAT APL'D FOR (etc.) / TRIMO - TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY, MASS. - - 11" all metal nut wrench similar to Trimont's regular nut wrenches but thinner with U-shaped nut guard. Patent was issued to John H. Vinton of Boston, Mass. on Dec. 19, 1911. Good+++.  PAT

0432. PAT. 1918 - TRIMO - SIZE 6" / TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY, MASS. USA - - 6.5" wooden handled Stillson type adjustable pipe wrench. Good++.

0433. M.C.C. WRENCH - NIPPON / Size 15" - M.C.C. MFG. CO. (etc.) - - 15" size pre WW II Japanese all metal Trimo type nut wrench. Similar to the all steel Trimo wrenches. Very heavy duty, quality construction. M. C. C was established in Japan circa 1916 and began making pipe wrenches in 1928. Good++. (similar to Trimo S1101)

0434. Lot of six: Gellman Quick Adjust Nut Wrenches. Including three different sizes, two different mfg. locations and several marking variations. Patent was issued to by Israel Gellman of Chicago, Illinois on April 27, 1923. Will sell choice wrench.  PAT
(1.) THE GELLMAN WRENCH CORPORATION - CHICAGO, ILL - USA / PATENTS PENDING - DROP FORGED - 12IN. NO. 121 - - 12" made in Chicago vs. Rock Island and with an internal jaw spring. Early one marked Patents Pending. Good++. (similar to S522)
(2.) GELLMAN WRENCH CORPORATION - ROCK ISLAND, ILL - USA - POLLY (script) / PATENTED APRIL 17, 1923 - DROP FORGED STEEL - 12 IN. NO. 121 - - 12" external spring version. Good+. (S522)
(3.) GELLMAN MANUFACTURING COMPANY - ROCK ISLAND, ILL. - USA - POLLY (script) / PATENTED APRIL 17, 1923 - 9 IN. NO. 91 - - 9" external spring version. Good++. (S522)
(4.) THE GELLMAN WRENCH CORPORATION - CHICAGO, ILL - USA / PATENTS PENDING - 9 IN." NO. 91 DROP FORGED - - 9" made in Chicago vs. Rock Island and with an internal jaw spring. Early one marked Patents Pending. Good++ with stamped "W" on the adjustable jaw. (similar to S522)
(5.) GELLMAN WRENCH CORP. - ROCK ISLAND, ILL. - USA - POLLY (block letters) / PATENTED APRIL 17, 1923 - DROP FORGED STEEL - 6-IN. NO-61 - - 6" internal spring version. Good++. (similar to S522)
(6.) GELLMAN MANUFACTURING COMPANY - ROCK ISLAND, ILL. - USA - POLLY (script) / PATENTED APRIL 17, 1923 - DROP FORGED STEEL - 6-IN. NO-61 - - 6" external spring version. Good++. (S522)

PiCs Lots 428 thru 434

Motorcycle, Bicycle, Pocket and other Small Wrenches (Lots 435 thru 463)

0435. - C - Mossberg WRENCH CO. - ATTLEBORO, MASS USA - PAT. NOV 19 & DEC 31, '95 - - 5" center adjust with edge slot to guide lower jaw. Oil holes thru handle shaft variation. Good++. (S103B)  PAT and  PAT

0436. - C - Mossberg WRENCH CO. - ATTLEBORO, MASS USA - PAT. NOV 19 & DEC 31, '95 - - 5" center adjust like Lot No. 435 above except slightly longer knurled adjusting nut. Good+. (S103B)

0437. - C - MOSSBERG WRENCH CO. CENTRAL FALLS, R.I. USA PAT NOV 19 & DEC. 31, 95" - - 5" center adjust like Lot No. 435 above except with the seldom seen Central Falls, R.I. imprint. No oil holes in handle shaft variation. Good+. (like S103B)

0438. No. 74 (with two Mossberg logos) / MANF'D BY FRANK MOSSBERG CO. - ATTLEBORO, MASS USA - - 4.5" side adjust with a hollow sleeve handle. Good with very minor jaw dings, no finish. (S870T)

0439. - D - MOSSBERG WRENCH CO. - ATTLEBORO, MASS USA - PAT. MAY 25. '97 - - 4.25" side adjust with hollow handle sleeve. Patented by Simon W. Wardwell, Jr. of Providence, Rhode Island. Usually found without the patent date marking. Good+. (S877)  PAT

0440. JUNIOR NO. 1 / FRANK MOSSBERG CO. - ATTLEBORO, MASS USA - - 3" center adjust pocket wrench with ruler markings. Smallest Mossberg adjustable. Good with some weak markings, jaws slightly sprung. (S873)

0441. BILLINGS & SPENCER - HARTFORD, CONN. - 97 / PATENTED SEP 29, 1896 - - 4.25" hollow sleeve type pocket or bike wrench. Patented by Charles E. Billings of Hartford, Conn. Excellent. (S119, C69)  PAT

0442. SURRE 16 - MADE IN ENGLAND - - 1" bicycle nipple or spoke wrench? Excellent. (not listed, no info)

0443. A & M BUFFALO, N.Y. - - 5" center screw adjust bicycle wrench with a hollow sleeve type handle. Good+ with most of the original plating, spot of corrosion on edge, minor jaw edge damage. (S114)

0444. HARDY & CARTER - BOSTON / "PAT PENDING" - 4.75" double screw adjust pocket wrench advertised as "The Quick Wrench". Patented by Carl Tinglof on July 17, 1894. Good++. (not in Schulz, see Cope pg 157)  PAT

0445. THE LEADER - PAT. DEC. 3, 1895 - - 5.5" double screw, adjustable nut wrench. Made by Hardy & Carter of Boston, Mass. and patented by Carl Tinglof, same place. Good+ with some light pitting, drilled hang hole. (S# 99T)  PAT

0446. Safety T & L NY (Tower & Lyons) - - 4.25" center screw adjust bike wrench. Patented July 14, 1891 by John J. Tower of Brooklyn, NY. Good+. (S102D4)  PAT

0447. CYCLE GRIP TRADEMARK / D. H. CARPENTER PATENTED FEB 10, 1891, FEB 20, 1894 - - 5" neat quick adjust bicycle wrench with screwdriver blade on end. Applicable patents were issued to Daniel H.. Carpenter of Orlando, Florida. Good++ but screwdriver tip is damaged. (not in Schulz, see Cope pg 90)  PAT

0448. SPEETOG-ELECT - MADE IN ENGLAND - PATENT APPLIED FOR - - 4.75" parallel jaw locking plier wrench with a set screw adjustment. This unusual small tool was patented by Edgar Dale Ball of Horsley Woodhouse, near Derby, England on Feb. 22, 1949. Neat wrench, first one we have had to list. Excellent. (similar to S760)  PAT

0449. Unmarked - - 4.25" center screw adjust nut bike or pocket wrench with skeleton handle. Jaw is slightly sprung, light over all pitting.

0450. COVENTRY MOVEMENT CO. / THE E. B. C.- PATENT No. 263633 - - 3.25" adjustable miniature open end wrench to work on clocks, etc. Adjusts by turning knob on end of handle. British patent was issued to Edwin Bolton on Jan 6th 1927. First one I have seen. Excellent.  PAT

0451. BARNES TOOL CO. / PAT 1886 - IMP'D 1892 - DROP FORGED STEEL - - 5.5" all metal Coes type screw adjust nut wrench with unique split handle. Patented by John Ryan of New York, NY on 4-3-1886 and 5-31-1892. Good++. (S101)  PAT and  PAT

0452. J. H. AIKEN / (running rabbit logo) - - 4" with a knurled brass center adjusting sleeve. Mfg. by J. H. Aiken of Franklin, NH. Good++ with most of the original plating. Good++. (S761C)

0453. Unmarked - - 5" plier type quick adjust nut and pipe wrench. Looks like wrench patented June 5, 1894 by Charles Van De Water of Auburn, NY. Produced in Auburn as the "Rex quick adjusting wrench". Utilizes a unique lever lock and rack adjustment system. First one seen in this small size. Good+, with owner's initial ("H") punched on lower jaw. (S716)  PAT

0454 HEWET LITTLE GIANT - PAT FEB 27, 69 / CHAMPLIN & SPENCER CHICAGO - with ruler scale on shaft - 5" screw adjust bicycle wrench. Actual patent date is Mar 16, 1869, antedated Feb 27, 1869 (issued to Henry Wheaton Hewet of New York, NY). A "Top Shelf" rare bicycle/pocket wrench. Good++ with some weak markings. (S107B)  PAT

0455. Unmarked - - 4" turn the handle to adjust twin nut wrench. Good++.

0456. THE WATERBURY WRENCH CO. - PAT. APPLIED FOR WATERBURY, CONN. - - 5" combination quick and screw adjust bicycle wrench with a spoke wrench on end of handle. A design patent for this wrench was issued to John C. Ives of Waterbury, Conn. on 8-24-1897. Good++ with drilled hang hole. (S112)  PAT

0457. IVER JOHNSON (Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Co. of Fitchburg, Mass.) - - 5.5" side screw adjust nut wrench. Good++. (similar to S99D2)

0458. GEM T & L (Tower & Lyons)- - 3.5" all metal miniature adjustable wrench with threaded shaft. Good+++ with most of the original plating. (S120)

0459. 5-IN-AUTO - - 5.25" cast miniature auto type. Excellent. (similar to S# 125)

0460. INDIAN (in script) / INDIAN (in script) - - 7" malleable adjustable auto type wrench included in Indian Motocycle tool kits. Excellent except for minor jaw edge dings. (S125)

0461. DODGE CYCLE TOOL - PAT MAY 23, 1893 THE BOSWORTH MACHINE CO., MILFORD, CONN. - - 5.5" combination adjustable wrench and tire pump. Patented was issued to Edwin C. Fisher of Claremont, NH. Very few of these interesting tools have shown up for sale. Excellent condition with most of the original nickel plating. Pump still pumps a little air, not sure if air hose is original?. (S121T)  PAT

0462. Lot of two: Twist Handle Adjustable Nut Wrenches
(1.) 6" twist handle nut wrench. Lighter and simpler version of the Acme wrenches. These wrenches resemble Frederick Seymour's Feb. 27, 1883 patent drawing more closely than the Acme and Hercules wrenches do. (S364)  PAT
(2.) W & B - ACME (in a diamond logo) - PAT FEB 27, 83 - - 5" Whitman & Barnes twist handle type nut wrench. Jaws slightly sprung, some edge damage. (S364)

0463. QUIXET RAPID RENCH [sic] TRADEMARK - THE S & A MFG. CO. BOSTON - PAT. APL'D FOR - - 5.25" quick adjust rack wrench. Scarce little wrench, only second one we have had to sell. Good++ with drilled hang hole. (S105, patent not found)

PiCs Lots 435 thru 463

Cutout Letters Type Wrenches - Part Two (lots 464 thru 479)

0464. E39 - IRON AGE (cutout letters) (A. B. Farquhar, York, PA and Bateman Mfg. Grenlock, NJ) - - 8.5" CUTOUT with hammer poll. Good+.

0465. Noxon in cutout letters) / L234 (Noxon Brothers of Ingersol, Ontario, Canada) - - 8.25" CUTOUT. Jaw crack.

0466. OXO (in cutout letters) / L234 (Noxon Brothers of Ingersol, Ontario, Canada) - - 8.5" CUTOUT. Same wrench as the Noxon L234 without the two N's. Wrench mounted on the tool box that has the N's. Good+.

0467. BLACKHAWK (in cutout letters) (Sechler / Oliver) - - 7.5" CUTOUT. No stud variant. Painted, some pitting.

0468. BLACKHAWK (in cutout letters) (Sechler / Oliver) - - 7.5" CUTOUT. With stud variant. Painted, pitted.

0469. S437 - LITCHFIELD (in cutout letters) (Litchfield Mfg. Co., Waterloo, Iowa) - - 7" CUTOUT. Painted, pitting.

0470. OSBORNE (in cutout letters (D. M. Osborne / IHC) - - 6" CUTOUT wrench with screwdriver. Opening up variant. Good++.

0471. CASADAY (in cutout letters) (South Bend Chilled Plow C0. - South Bend, Indiana) - - 11.5" CUTOUT. One of the most desirable, largest, and most impressive looking of all the cutout wrenches. Good++ with just a little surface damage to inside of a couple of the jaws, otherwise Excellent. The best condition of any Casaday cutout wrench we have had to sell.

0472. GRANITE STATE (in cutout letters) (Hinsdale, New Hampshire) - - 5". Smallest of the known CUTOUT wrenches. Over cleaned.

0473. BUFFALO PITTS (Buffalo, NY) (PITTS in cutout letters) CO NY - H O . - - 10" CUTOUT. Good+ with some minor pitting.

0474. M437 LITCHFIELD (in cutout letters) (Litchfield Mfg. Co., Waterloo, Iowa). Very rare number variation of the Litchfield cutout wrench, most are S437. First one we have had to sell. One jaw is broken off, painted with pitting.

0475. Lot of three: CUTOUT Wrenches.
(1.) C9 - IRON AGE (in cutout letters) (A. B. Farquhar, York, PA and Bateman Mfg. Grenlock, NJ) - - 6.5" CUTOUT with small hammer poll. Smaller 3/8" square box end variant. Good+.
(2.) 3 / PLANET JR. (in cutout letters) (S. A. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 6.5" CUTOUT with hammer head. Good++.
(3.) K48 / PLANET JR. (in cutout letters) (S. A. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 5" CUTOUT with a tiny hammer head. Smallest of the Planet Jr. cutout wrenches. Excellent, painted.

0476. Lot of three: CUTOUT Wrenches.
(1.) E12 - Universal (in cutout letters) (Ames Plow Co. - Worcester and Ayer, Mass.)- - 5" CUTOUT. Excellent.
(2.) Universal (in cutout letters) (Ames Plow Co. - Worcester and Ayer, Mass.)- - 5" CUTOUT, no part number variation. Excellent.
(3.) C9 - IRON AGE (in cutout letters) (A. B. Farquhar, York, PA and Bateman Mfg. Grenlock, NJ) - - 6.5" CUTOUT with small hammer poll. Smaller 3/8" square box end variant. Good++.

John Deere and Related Companies Wrenches - Part Two (lots 477 thru 592)

0477. Deere (in cutout letters) - A196 - U - - 8" CUTOUT. Part number on the right above the open end. Good+.

0478. Deere (in cutout letters) - A196 - U - - 8" CUTOUT. Part number on the right above the open end. Good+ with some light grind marks on letters.

0479. Deere (in cutout letters) / A196A - - 8" CUTOUT. with part number running down along side of large square box end. Second "E" has a crack on top of letter, pitting.

PiCs Lots 464 thru 479

0480. Deere A196A / DEERE - - 8". Rare solid, not cutout , reverse markings with wide letters variant. Pitted, jaw crack. (D165)

0481. Unmarked (Deere P4177) - - 10.5" early combine wrench. Pointed end is slightly mushroomed. (D494)

0482. B210 B211 B212 (Deere B219) - - 15" two piece swing out wrench. Good++. (D-241)

0483. M14 (Deere / McGee Garden Cultivator) - - 9.5". Good++. (D421)

0484. JOHN DEERE / KING CORN SILO - 58 - 12.5" Pitted with very small tight jaw crack. (D14)

0485. 484 - KING CORN SILO - JOHN DEERE PLOW CO. - 484 (with a Whitman & Barnes diamond logo) - - 14" spud or construction wrench. Several degrees rarer than the cast No. 58 John Deere Silo wrench. Good++ with strong markings. (D543)

0486. 154 (Syracuse Chilled Plow / Deere) - - 15" with hammer head. Good++. (D27)

0487. Unmarked John Deere Cream Separator hook spanner wrench No. 562S - - 7" with square hole in handle variant. Excellent with some new paint. (Dill No. 57)

0488. W2 (Deere) - - 9". Good+. (D542)

0489. DEERE - 7321C (with Eberhard Mfg. Co's. of Cleveland, Ohio "E" in circle logo) / PAT APR 28 1903 - - 8.75" with spring type nut holder. Patent was issued to Nathaniel B. Stone of Outlook, Wash. Good+ with some light pitting. (D618)  PAT

0490. DEERE / PAT APR 28 1903 - 8.5" buggy wrench with axle nut it fits. Good+, nut is pitted. (D618)

0491. John Deere / 1340 SC - - 9". Good+. (D81)

0492. C (Kemp-Burpee / Deere) - - 5" socket. Good++. (D272)

0493. P17645H - U - with JD logo (John Deere) - - 9" early combine extended socket. Excellent/ (D493)

PiCs Lots 480 thru 493

0494. DEERE & CO / M123 - - 11.25". Good++ (D424)

0495. DEERE & CO / M123A - - 11.25". Good+ (D425)

0496. 138 (Marseilles Mfg. Co - Marseilles, ILL. / Deere) - 11" tee wrench. Good+ with some light pitting. (D23)

0497. 375 (Marseilles Mfg Co / Deere) - - 7.25" tee wrench. Good++. (D54)

0498. 246 (Marseilles Mfg. Co - Marseilles, ILL. / Deere) - 13" tee wrench. Good++. (D51)

0499. A124 / N (Deere) - - 4.25" - - 4.25" tee wrench, numbered across head variation. Excellent. (D151)

0500. A124A / U (Deere) - - 4.25" tee wrench, numbered down shaft with two holes variation. Good++. (D153)

0501. Unmarked (Deere AB10150) - - 13.5" planter tool for hose clamps with chain. Good+. (D206)

0502. D & M Co. (Deere & Mansur) / B470 - - 13.25". Pitted under new paint. (D252)

0503. Unmarked (John Deere Plow Works H68) - - 6.5". Good++. (D328)

0504. Lot of four: No. 31 Hart-Carter Tee Wrenches. Used with their threshing machine grain weighers. Also listed in John Deere and Nichols & Shepard-Oliver threshing machine parts books). Will be sold choice wrench.
(1.) 31 - - 8". Numbers on right variation. Good+. (D5)
(2.) 31 - - 8". Numbers upside down on left variation. Good++. (similar to D4?)
(3.) 31 - - 6". Numbers on right variation. Good+. (D6)
(4.) 31 - - 8". Numbers on right variation. Good+. (D5)

0505. Unmarked (Deere S2424D) - - 19" wagon wrench. Extremely rare, only two marked on Dill's list. Good++ with some original finish. (D518)

PiCs Lots 494 thru 505

0506. OTC JD-132 (Ottawanna Tool Co. for John Deere) - - 10" offset box end by 1/2" drive adapter. John Deere service wrench for getting around the rocker arm assembly when torquing head bolts. Excellent.

0507. OTC JD-126 (Ottawanna Tool Co. for John Deere) - - 9.5" offset box end by 1/2" drive adapter. John Deere service wrench for getting around the rocker arm assembly when torquing head bolts. Excellent.

0508. OTC JDE-36 (Ottawanna Tool Co. for John Deere) - - 7" offset box end by 1/2" drive adapter. John Deere service wrench for getting around the rocker arm assembly when torquing head bolts. Excellent.

0509. Unmarked (Van Brunt/Deere 97M) - - 9.25". Excellent. (D17)

0510. A123 (Deere) - 11". Painted, pitting, small drilled hang hole. (D150)

0511. Unmarked (Deere AP11771H) - - 19" early combine wrench. Excellent, like new. (D226)

0512. 701 (Deere Hoover Potato Digger) - - 10.25". Has some pitting, markings hard to read. (D66)

0513. Marked only MADE IN USA - - 10.75" flywheel wrench with 3.5" offset. Excellent. (D300)

0514. Unmarked (Deere D2064R) - 11.75" flywheel wrench with 3.5" offset. Excellent. (D299)

0515. D & M (Deere & Mansur) - - 6.5". Painted, pitting. (D303)

0516. B2554R with "A" and JD logo (Deere) - - 4.25" stub crank for styled tractors. Good++. (D263)

0517. 136 - N (Deere) - - 10". Square holes with numbers upside down variant. Pitted. (D22)

0518. 136 (Deere) - - 10.25". Round holes variant. Good++ (D20)

0519. 157 (Deere & Mansur) - - 10". Pitting. (D30)

0520. DEERE & MANSUR CO / 157 - - 10.25" with screwdriver end. Good+. (D29)

0521. DEERE & MANSUR CO / S51 - U - - 10.25" with screwdriver end. Good+, some light pitting. (D514)

PiCs Lots 506 thru 521

0522. DEERE & CO (HZ5322) - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench, knurled adjusting knob variation. Good+ with some handle chips. (D340)

0523. DEERE & CO (HZ5061) - - 8" wood handled monkey wrench, knurled adjusting knob variation. Fair with pitting, poor handle. (D340)

0524. DEERE & CO (HZ5061) - - 8" wood handled monkey wrench, ribbed adjusting knob variation. Good with minor tight handle cracks. (D341)

0525. DEEERE with Herbrand's "H" in a diamond logo (Deere HZ6758) - - 9" all metal automotive type adjustable nut wrench. Good with some minor adjusting gear damage and jaws slightly sprung. (D346)

0526. A197A / U - - 9.5" Deere Clevis. New paint.

0527. D1042R with a "U" and a large JD logo (John Deere) - - 4" cast axle or hub nut. New green paint.

0528. Y1575B / JD logo (Deere)- - 6" corn planter check wire reel crank. Pitting. (D549)

0529. Y1575(Deere)- - 6" corn planter check wire reel crank. Good+. (D548)

0530. HZ160 / ("U" logo) (Deere) - - 10" binder wrench and crank. Markings on two lines variation. Good+ (D335)

0531. B247H with JD logo - - 9" binder wrench/crank. Pitting. (D242)

0532. Lot of two: Deere Type Wagon Wrenches.
(1.) Marked only "3" (Deere A401?) - - 9.5" with 2-5/16" jaws and 5/8" diameter pin. Wear spot on pin. (D484)
(2.) Unmarked (Deere A401?) - - 9.5" with 2-5/16" jaws and 5/8" diameter pin. (D484)

0533. Lot of five: Mossberg Wrenches Furnished with Waterloo Boy and early John Deere Model "D" Tractors. Will be sold choice wrench.
(1.) Mossberg No. 276 (Waterloo Boy K2064) - - 8.75" double open end. (D391)
(2.) Mossberg No. 253 (Waterloo Boy K2239) - - 7" double open end. (D397)
(3.) Mossberg No. 253 (Waterloo Boy K2239) - - 7" double open end. (D397)
(4.) Mossberg No. 255 (Waterloo Boy K2063) - - 7" double open end. (D390)
(5.) Mossberg logo - 21/21 ((Waterloo Boy K2065) - - 1.75". 21/31" steel hex socket (D392)

PiCs Lots 522 thru 533

0534. Unmarked (John Deere Plow Works H68) - - 6.5". Good+. (D328)

0535. Unmarked (Deere P5403) - - 20.5" threshing machine cylinder tooth straightener. Good with some pitting, nicks and bruises. (D495)

0536. Lot of four: John Deere Wrenches.
(1.) A522 / DEERE MANSUR CO - - 7.5". Reverse markings variant. Good+. (D172)
(2.) K806 (Deere) - - 12.5". Pitted. (D386)
(3.) G1014 (Deere) - - 10.25". Good+. (D323)
(4.) D34 with an "U" logo (Deeere) - - 8.75". Good++. (D277)

0537. H512R - MADE IN USA - - 14". Flywheel wrench for all John Deere Model H and some Model B Tractors, Box end curves up variation. New green paint. (D332)

0538. S26 08D - MOTOR WHEEL 05164 3/4 HEX (Deere A5278DU) - - 17" lug wrench for John Deere No. 952 Wagon. Good+. (D193)

0539. Unmarked (Deere S9907H) - - 16" threshing machine wrench. Good++. (D528)

0540. Unmarked (Deere AB10150) - - 13.5" planter tool for hose clamps with chain. New green paint. (D206)

0541. Unmarked (Deere AH79764 - - 17.75" with 1" hex shaft. Good++. (D217)

0542. Lot of two: Wrenches that are on Dill's latest John Deere Tool List with a question mark but have since been identified.
(1.) 159 (J. D. Adams & Co. - Indianapolis, Ind.) - - 8.5". Painted (D33)
(2.) SC9 (Tudhope-Anderson - Winnipeg, Manitoba and Orillia, Ontario, Canada) - - 6" Planet Jr. type. Good+. (D529)

0543. M10341M with JD logo and N1 (Deere) - - 10.5". John Deere grain drill tool. Repainted. (D458)

0544. Lot of two: John Deere Wrenches.
(1.) 159 (Deere) - - 7.25". Some pitting. (D36)
(2.) Deere HZ836 - - 7" two round holes on double open end variation. Good++. (D338)

0545. 148 (Deere) - - 9.5". Some pitting. (D25)

0546. 157 (Deere?) - - 9.75". Pitting. (D28)

0547. Lot of three: Deere Mansur Wrenches.
(1.) A522 / DEERE MANSUR CO - - 7.5". Reverse markings variant. Good++. (D172)
(2.) Marked only A522 - - 7.25". Good++. (D173)
(3.) A523 / DEERE MANSUR CO - - 6". Good++. (D177)

0548. Unmarked (Deere AR39683) - - 11.25" Wheel socket with hex extension. Repainted.(D232)

PiCs Lots 534 thru 548

0549. 22611 JOHN DEERE / JOHN DEERE - - 20" Good++. (D135)

0550. 22509 JOHN DEERE / JOHN DEERE - - 16". Excellent. (D134)

0551. JOHN DEERE (B353R) - 15.5" Flat with 6 point and 12 point box ends. Good+. (D-248)

0552. JOHN DEERE (B353R) - 15.5" Flat with 12 point box ends. Good+. (D249)

0553. JOHN DEERE (B352R) - - 12". Flat with double hex box ends. Excellent. (245)

0554. JOHN DEERE (B352R) - - 12". Flat with double hex box ends. Pitted. (245)

0555. 1227AW (Deere) - - 15.25" forged with double open ends. Excellent. (D121)

0556. Unmarked (Deere 12277 ?) - - 17" forged double open end with 1-1/4" and 1-1-7/8" openings. Good+ with some original paint. (D120?)

0557. 14674 (John Deere Disk Plows) - - 17" forged double open end. Small 5/16" numbers right of center variation. New paint. (D128)

0558. 14674 (John Deere Disk Plows) - - 17" forged double open end. Large 7/16" numbers left of center variation. New paint, hang hole. (D127)

PiCs Lots 549 thru 558

0559. Unmarked (Deere 12277) - - 16.25" with 1-1/4" and 1-11/16" jaw openings. New paint. (D120)

0560. Lot of two: Lot of two: John Deere Tractor Wrench and Socket.
(1.) Marked only MADE IN USA (Deere D1083R) - - 13". Good++. (D293)
(2.) Unmarked (Deere C1591R) - - 2.25" socket. Good+. (D275)

0561. Lot of two: Lot of two: John Deere Tractor Wrench and Socket.
(1.) Unmarked (Deere D1083R) - - 13.25". Good++. (D294)
(2.) Unmarked (Deere C1591R) - - 2.25" socket. Good++. (D275)

0562. B596R - MADE IN USA (Deere) - - 12" double socket wrench for Model "B" tractors. Excellent. (D256)

0563. Lot of four: John Deere Tractor Wrenches. Will be sold choice wrench.
(1.) Unmarked (Deere D1083R) - - 11.5" socket head at 90 degrees with pry bar end variation. Good++. (D295)
(2.) Unmarked (Deere D1083R) - - 12" socket head at 45 degrees with pry bar end variation. Some pitting. (D296)
(3.) Unmarked (Deere D1083) - - 11.5" socket head at 45 degrees with plain end. Good++. (D292)
(4.) Unmarked (Deere D1083) - - 11.5" socket head at 45 degrees with plain end. Good+. (D292)

0564. Lot of four: Deere 196 Wrenches. Will be sold choice wrench.
(1.) 196 - - 7". So0lid on double opening end variant. Some light pitting. (D39)
(2.) Unmarked (Deere 196) - -7.25". Triangular cutout on double opening end. Pitting.(D46)
(3.) 196 - - 7". Long slots and two round holes on double opening end. Excellent. (D37)
(4.) 196 - - 7.5". Two square hole variant. Good++. (D43)

PiCs Lots 559 thru 564

0565. M1142 LETZ - HERBRAND / 679 (Letz Mfg. Co. - Crown Point, Indiana, later Deere) - - 8" forged double open ended S-wrench. Rare, only three marked on Dill's list Good+ with some minor jaw edge dings.. (D430)

0566. LETZ M1143 - HERBRAND - 367 (Letz Mfg. Co. - Crown Point, Indiana, later Deere) - - 12" forged double open ended S-wrench. Good++. (D431)

0567. M1154 LETZ - 230 (Letz Mfg. Co. - Crown Point, Indiana, later Deere) - - 9.25" forged double open ended S-wrench. Good++. (D439)

0568. LETZ M1154 (also stamped M1159) - HERBRAND / 351 (Letz Mfg. Co. - Crown Point, Indiana, later Deere) - - 12" forged double open ended S-wrench. Rare, only three marked on Dill's list Good++.(D441).

0569. M1159 / Herbrand - 733 (Letz Mfg. Co. - Crown Point, Indiana, later Deere) - - 9.75" forged double open end. Rare, only three marked on Dill's list Some pitting. (D444)

0570. LETZ E782 (Letz Mfg. Co. - Crown Point, Indiana, later Deere) - - 7" Deering pattern. Good+. (D308)

0571. Unmarked (Letz Mfg. Co. - Crown Point, Indiana, later Deere) - - 14" Tee handled double socket wrench. Good+ with some pitting on handle. (D312)

0572. DAIN MFG CO / OTTUMWA IA. (Dain J81E, later John Deere) - - 10". Large letters variant. Good+. (D350)

0573. DAIN MFG CO / OTTUMWA IA (Dain J81E, later John Deere) - - 10". Small letters variant. Good+. (D349)

0574. DAIN MFG CO / OTTUMWA IA (Dain J81E, later John Deere) - - 10". Small letters variant. Area of edge damage, may be casting flaw. (D349)

0575. Lot of two: Dain / Deere Wrenches.
(1.) DAIN / L136E - - 7.75". Markings near slot variation. Good++. (D411)
(2.) Dain / Z78 - 6.5" pitman wrench. Painted. (D561)

0576. Lot of two: Dain / Deere Wrenches.
(1.) G51 (Dain) - - 8.5". Good++. D317)
(2.) G51E (Dain) - - 8.5". Pitted. (D318)

PiCs Lots 565 thru 576

0577. S. C. P. Co. - - 10.75". Large open end with two sizes variation. Good+, some edge dings and grind marks. (D606)

0578. SYRACUSE / IRON & STEEL (Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. / Deere) - - 10.5". New paint, pitting. (D601)

0579. S. C. P. Co. - 6 - - 10". Good+. (D612)

0580. SYRACUSE / LH22 (Syracuse Chilled Plow / Deere) - - 9" with hammer head. Good++. (D420)

0581. Z2 JOHN DEERE - - 10.5". Two hammer heads, small end up variation. Good++. (D554)

0582. Z2 SYRACUSE (Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. / Deere) - - 10.5". One hammer head, small end down variation. Pitted. (D551)

0583. Z2 SYRACUSE (Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. / Deere) - - 10.5". Two hammer heads, small end up variation. Good+. (D533)

0584. SC25 (Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. / Deere- - 6.5" with angled square opening variation. Good++. (D530)

PiCs Lots 577 thru 584

0585. Marked only "A" (Kemp & Burpee Mfg. Co. - Syracuse, NY / Deere) - 10". Markings debossed. Pitted. (D146)

0586. SHARES MEASURE UP . PART NUMBER P1622 with JD logo - - 6.5" John Deere Plow share gauge. Excellent. (D492)

0587. VAN BRUNT / 1911 - 1986 (with JD logo) - - 7" copy of the No. D380M Van Brunt wrench commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Van Brunt and Deere & Co. merger. Rare variant in brass plated iron instead of brass as usually seen. Excellent. (D286)

0588. VANBRUNT - - 7". 3/4" hex without stud variation. Good++. (D280)

0589. VAN BRUNT - - 7" space between Van & Brunt variation. Painted. (D283)

0590. Lot of four: Deere Flat Steel Wrenches.
(1.) DEERE / DEERE (Deere 1008) - - 11.5". Like Dill #112 but no hang hole. (variation not on Dill's list)
(2.) DEERE / DEERE (Deere 1008) - - 11.5". (D111)
(3.) DEERE / DEERE (Deere 1008) - - 11.5". Reverse markings variation.. (D112)
(4.) DEERE (Deere 1006) - - 6.75". Reverse markings variation. (D108)

0591. JD-5C - - 6.25" stamped steel. Unlisted factory error stamped JD-5C instead of JD-50. Good++. (not on Dill's list)

0592. Lot of six: John Deere Flat Steel Wrenches.
(1.) JD50 - - 6.25". Small end on left is up. (D360)
(2.) JD52 - - 8.5". Large end on left is up marking variation.
(3.) JD51 - - 8.5". Large end on left is up marking variation..
(4.) JD52 - - 8.5". small end on left is up, marking variation.
(5.) JD52 - - 8.5". Small end on left is up marking variation.
(6.) JD53 - - 10.5". (D369)

PiCs Lots 582 thru 592

0593. 1936 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CALENDAR - CRAWFORD HARDWARE COMPANY - HARDWARE - IMPLEMENTS - MADISON KANSAS - - 2-1/2" by 21". This IHC advertising calendar features a winter farmstead scene titled "Winter Voices" signed by Carl Lawless, an old International Harvester Farm Equipment logo, an advertising imprint for the Crawford Hardware Company, Madison, Kansas, and calendar month pads from March thru December for 1936 (a complete 1937 calendar is underneath the pads). Condition: Good Plus with some minor scrapes and small tears along the edges and a few minor creases.

PiCs Lot 593

0594. Lot of four early McCormick Deering Parts Books covering equipment and engines produced from the 1890s to the 1930s. Covers and some of the first and last pages are missing and some pages are torn but still over 1400 pages of good information and illustrations.

0595. Lot of two: J. I. Case Instructions Manuals. Some pages soiled, torn.
(1.) CASE MODEL "Q" ALL CROP CUTTER with PARTS LIST
(2.) CASE SIDE DELIVERY RAKE

0596. Lot of two: Massey Harris and Wallis Tractors Price Lists of Repair Parts (prices only)
(1.) No. 2R-A for MASSEY-HARRIS REAPER THRESHERS. Excellent.
(2.) No. 2T for MASSEY-HARRIS and WALLIS TRACTORS. Excellent.

PiCs Lots 594 thru 596

0597. Lot of five: Misc. Wrench Related Paper Items. Will be sold choice lot.
(1.) JOHN DEERE MODEL D - INSTRUCTIONS and PARTS LIST No. 24 (code: Waterloo-12-25) - - Reprint?. Excellent.
(2.) A. IHC PARTS CATALOG CP-3 - No. 24 CORN PICKER - - Sixty-four pages. Excellent. B. McCORMICK-INTERNATIONAL No. 489 PLANTERS two page sales bulletin.
(3.) Lot of Reprints or Copies: A.Excelsior Motorcycles parts lists of the tool kit with wrenches. B. Dodge Brothers Tool article. C. Harley-Davidson Tool Kit including wrenches. D. John Gilmore Wrench Auction Catalog - York, Neb. Oct. 5, 2002. E. Eberhard Mfg. Co. Catalog wrench pages. F. Forty-two pages of hand corn sheller drawings. G.Seven hand written pages of known welding bottles wrenches.
(4.) Seven early issues of the Missouri Valley Wrench Club Newsletters (1987-1989) back when they were printed on legal size sheets and a NEWSLETTER INDEX GUIDE (1982 to 1995).
(5.) Sixteen early wrench patent copies.

PiCs Lot 597

Buggy and Wagon Wrenches (Lots 598 thru 622)

0598. Marked only PAT APP'D FOR - - 12.5" unique adjustable. carriage wrench made to George Dunham's (Hebron, Maine) patent of 2-5-1895. Exceptional nice example of a rare unusual wrench. (S223)  PAT

0599. REMINGTON / PAT MAY 21, 1878 - - 8.25" malleable screw adjust carriage wrench mfg. by Reed & Co. of Higganum, Conn. patented by George Remington of Exeter, Rhode Island. Good+. Jaw spring looks like a replacement. (S226, C258)  PAT

0600. Unmarked - - 8.25" screw adj with metal spinner handle (square head variation). Made by the Miller Falls Co of Miller Falls, Mass. Plated, Good+. (S207)

0601. Unmarked - - 11" malleable cast rack and screw adjusting tool?. Don't know if this is a wrench, a clamp or something else but what ever it is it's a nice one with one of the neatest old wing nuts I have seen. Excellent.

0602. Unmarked - - 8.25". Another mystery tool with a double screw adjusting mechanism and some wicked looking teeth on one edge of the jaws. Very Interesting. Excellent.

0603. A. P. JOY (Rockingham, NH) / PAT FEB 1, 98 - NO. 1 - - 10" adjustable wagon wrench. Patent was issued to Adin Phillips Joy of New Market, NH. Good++. (S221)  PAT

0604. D. MCFARLAND WORCESTER, MASS PAT DEC 22, 74 - - 10.75" rack and screw adjust with locking set screw buggy wrench with an open end wrench on end. Patent was issued to David McFarland (Worcester, Mass.). Good+ with some weak markings. (S206)  PAT

PiCs Lots 598 thru 604

0605. T G MANDT WRENCH - PAT JUNE 13 1896 (T. G. Mandt Mfg. Co. - Stoughton, Wis. - later Moline Plow Co.) - - 12" wagon hub wrench and hitch pin. Applicable patent was issued to William John Leach of Brighton, Wisc. on Jun. 30, 1896. Nut holding spring is missing, pitted. (S215, R1-307, C210)  PAT

0606. PAT SEPT 21, 86 - 3 - - 8" buggy wrench with a spring loaded lever nut holder. Advertised as "The Universal Carriage Wrench" by the Phillips-Getman Co of Ilion, NY. Pat. by Henry Getman of Ilion, New York. Good++. (S228)  PAT

0607. STUDEBAKER / 7/8 (Studebaker Bros. - South Bend, Indiana) - - 8" buggy wrench. Pitted.

0608. H. A. Moyer (Syracuse, New York) - - 9" buggy wrench. Good+ with some minor pitting.

0609. MOYER / 224 (H. A. Moyer - Syracuse, New York) - - 8". buggy wrench. Good++.

0610. SHELDON AXLE CO / 78 (Sheldon Axle Co., Wilkes-Barre, Penn.) - - 9". Some pitting.

0611. ST. LOUIS WRENCH CO - A / PATD JAN 27 91 - - 7.75" buggy wrench. Patent was granted to John A. Miller of St. Louis, Missouri for the unique shaped box end. Good+.  PAT

0612. PEUGEOT FRERES (Peugeot Brothers) - TOUT ACITA FONDU (plus some unreadable markings) - - 16.25" massive French type double screw, double jaw coach wrench with an octagonal wood handle. Some handle chips, tight cracks. (similar to S765)

0613. VANDEWYNCKELE - MUTZIG-FRAMUN- - 9.25" French type double screw, double jaw coach nut wrench with an octagonal wood handle. Jaw edges have been ground, minor handle chips. (similar to S765)

0614. Unmarked - - 7" French type double screw, double jaw coach nut wrench with an octagonal wood handle. Excellent.

PiCs Lots 605 thru 614

Diamond Wrench Co. Combination Wagon and Nut Wrenches (lots 615 thru 622)

A good selection of different sizes and marking variation of the Diamond Wrenchs with a large wing nut on a threaded shaft that adjusts the double headed wrench (one with regular nut wrench jaws and the other for buggy or wagon nuts). Patented Nov. 02, 1880 and Nov. 02, 1880 by H. A. Thompson of Farmington, Maine.  PAT   - -  PAT

0615. DIAMOND WRENCH MFG. CO. - STEEL FORGED - PORTLAND, MAINE / PATD NOV 2, '80 OCT 16, '83 (in a diamond logo) - - 5.5" neat smallest size. Light hammer dings on lower jaw.

0616. DIAMOND WRENCH CO. - STEEL FORGED - PORTLAND, MAINE / PATD NOV 2, '80 OCT 16, '83 (in a diamond logo) - - 7" with some hammer dings some over the markings. Handle is Excellent.

0617. DIAMOND WRENCH MFG. CO. - STEEL FORGED - PORTLAND, MAINE / PATD NOV 2, '80 OCT 16, '83 (in a diamond logo) - - 7". Large chip off lower flat jaw, replaced handle nut. Probably the boldest, clearest markings I have seen on a Diamond Wrench.

0618. DIAMOND WRENCH CO. - STEEL FORGED - PORTLAND, MAINE / PATD NOV 2, '80 OCT 16, '83 (in a diamond logo) - - 7".Replaced handle nut, weak markings, not all are readable.

0619. DIAMOND WRENCH - T. C. VOIOT? CO. STEEL FORGED - PORTLAND, ME / PATD NOV. 2, '80 OCT 16, '83 (inside a diamond logo) - - 12" with rare manufacture's imprint Good+ with some weak markings, not all readable, some dents and scratches, replaced handle nut.

0620. DIAMOND WRENCH CO. - STEEL FORGED - PORTLAND, MAINE / PATD NOV 2, '80 OCT 16, '83 (in a diamond logo) - - 12". Good++.

0621. DIAMOND WRENCH MFG. CO. - STEEL FORGED - PORTLAND, MAINE / PATD NOV 2, '80 OCT 16, '83 (in a diamond logo) - - 11.5". Good+ with some minor jaws edge dings, tight handle crack, different handle and bottom ferrule, maybe a former owner enhancement?

0622. DIAMOND WRENCH CO. - STEEL FORGED - PORTLAND, MAINE / PATD NOV 2, '80 OCT 16, '83 (in a diamond logo) - - 18.75". rare large size in Good+ condition with a few edge dents, tight handle cracks, some markings wreak and unreadable, no patina.

PiCs Lots 615 thru 622

Combination Wrenches and Sets (lots 623 thru 650)

0623. NEVER-STALL - MATHEWS - DAYTON, OHIO / PATENTED - DROP FORGED STEEL- - 10.25" comb. tool with adjustable wrench, pliers, screwdriver, nail claw, hammer head, Etc. Different markings than usually seen. Patented by Frank J. Stolle of Fort Thomas, Kentucky on Sep. 14, 1909. Made at various times by Mathews, Forshee Mfg, and Thomas Mfg. Co. all of Dayton, Ohio. Good with pitting. (S818, C213)  PAT

0624. WEISS COMBINATION WRENCH - MANUFACTURED ONLY BY WEISS MFG. CO. N.Y. - - 9.5" combination Coes type adjustable nut wrench with hammer, nail puller claw, pliers, screwdriver and wire cutters. Patent granted to Martin Weiss - San Marcos, Texas on May 03, 1898. Rare combination tool and one of the few wrench patents from Texas. First we have had to sell. .Good+ with some hammer dings. (not in Schultz, C325)  PAT

0625. CHAMBERLAIN'S WRENCH / PAT. OCT. 22, 1912 - - 9" combination adj nut wrench, pliers, screwdriver, and threading die. Patented by John Chamberlain of Bismark, ND. Good++. (S805)  PAT

0626. FARMERS EVERREADY TOOLKIT / DROP FORGED STEEL - - 11.5" combination fencing tool consisting of a hatchet, hammer, alligator wrench, pliers, wire cutter, screwdriver, etc. Good++ with some light pitting. (S803)

0627. BONNEY VISE & TOOL WKS - PHILA, PA -THE MASTERPIECE - ESTABLISHED 1876 / PATENTED MAR 3, 1908 - Aug. 9, 1904 - - 10.75" combination wood handled threaded shaft type nut and pipe wrench with pipe cutter attachment. Good+ with an excellent replaced handle, a few of the markings are unreadable.. (S567)  PAT and  PAT

0628. 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. Good++. (S752)  PAT

0629. PAT. NOV. 4, 1902 - - 12" combination rack type quick adjust nut and pipe wrench with lever to tighten the jaws, hammer, nail claw, screwdriver and wire cutter. Advertised as the Tritt's Lambert Patent by Edward C. Tritt of Union City, Indiana. Patent was issued to Charles M. Lambert of Darke County, Ohio. Good+ with some edge dings, weak markings, no finish. (S806)  PAT

0630. 20TH CENTURY - LOWENTRAUT MFG NEWARK, NJ - PAT MAY 21, 1901 / TERRITORIES FOR SALE BY S. J. JOHNSTON, LEESBURG, VA - - 13" combination adjustable nut and pipe monkey wrench, bit brace and a screwdriver. Patented by Samuel J. Johnston, Leesburg, Virginia. Complete with the often missing brace pad. Good with some light pitting, most of the plating is gone. (S53, Cope207)  PAT

0631. The Prince - PAT'D MAY 11, 1909 - - 12.5" combination adjustable nut and pipe monkey wrench and bit brace with screwdriver. Patented by P. E. (Prince Edward) Shortt of Floyd, Virginia. Fair condition with no plating, pitting, crack in wooden grip (S48)  PAT

0632. P. LOWENTRAUT - NEWARK / PATENTED - - 10.75" monkey wrench and brace combination tool. A Dec. 25, 1877 patent issued to Sylvanus Edward Robinson of Newark, New Jersey probably applies. Good Plus. (S51)  PAT

0633. P. LOWENTRAUT NEWARK, NJ / TERRITORIES FOR SALE BY S. J. JOHNSTON, LEESBURG, VA - PAT. DEC 4, 1894. - - 12.75" combination adjustable monkey wrench, brace and screwdriver. Patented by Samuel J. Johnston of Leesburg, Virginia. Good+, wooden grip has a tight crack. (S55)  PAT

PiCs Lots623 thru 633

0634. RENCHALL (in a hotdog shaped logo) TRADEMARK - U.S. & FOREIGN PATENTS P. - - 8.5" quick adjust combination tool with a nut wrench, pliers and wire cutters. Unusual tool. Patent not found. Good++. (like J. L. Schwierman, see S769)

0635. Unmarked - - 9.5" Millea's Emergency Tool Mfd. by Universal Tool Co Springfield, Mass. and patented Feb 10, 1903 by Thomas D. Millea also of Springfield. Combination tool including nut, pipe, and buggy wrenches, pipe cutter, screwdriver, vise, and wire cutter. Two owner's id grind marks on edge otherwise excellent with original; plating. (S819, Cope pg 309)  PAT

0636. Marked only: JAN 29, 1901 - - 5.25" Tryon's combination pipe, nut, and buggy type wench sold by the Hartford Hardware Co of Hartford, Conn. and patented by Edward E. Tryon also of Hartford.. Some spots of light pitting, pipe jaw insert is missing. (S1105, Cope pg 160)  PAT

0637. PAT MAY 30, 65 - JULY 10, 66 - - 6" combination tool with a center screw adjust nut wrench, pipe and spoke wrench, hammer, nail claw, screwdriver, square socket and tool bit holder (in end of handle. 1865 patent by A. W. Park of Norwich, Connecticut and 1866 patent by Bryan Boardman,(also of Norwich) apply. Manufactured by the B. Boardman & CO. and later by Tower & Lyon. Good with some light pitting, no plating. (S788, C72)  PAT  and  PAT

0638. PAT MAY 30, 65 - JULY 10, 66 - - 4.5" Boardman combination tool like Lot 637 above but in smallest 4.5" size. Good+, no plating. (S788, C72)

0639. Marked only: PAT. APL'D FOR - - 5" simple lever and rack quick adjust wrench with an alligator and bicycle nipple wrench, ruler and screwdriver, Patented by Ira Tripp of Aurora, Illinois on Aug. 3. 1897. Advertised as "The Best" wrench by the Best Wrench Company of Chicago, ILL. Good with some areas of pitting.. (S807, C64)  PAT

0640. L. HUGONOIT-TISSOT (with a crown logo) - - 5.25"plier type tool with odd jaws. French made jeweler's tool? Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0641. Unmarked - - 4.5" cast double opened wrench and saw blade holder with brass knob to hold the saw blade. Excellent with saw blade.

0642. Marked only: PAT AUG. 3, 97 (The Best Wrench). 5" simple lever and rack quick adjust wrench with an alligator and bike nipple wrench, ruler and screwdriver. Like Lot 639 above but marked with the patent date.. Good with spot of pitting, drilled hang hole. (S807, C64)  PAT

0643. The Billings & Spencer Co. (with a "B" in a triangle logo / 3/8 - - 4" combination 3/8" open end wrench and bottle opener. Advertising giveaway? Excellent with original plating. (S119)

0644. VULCAN AUTO TOOL - PATENT PENDG / J H WILLIAMS & CO - BROOKLYN, NY USA - - 7.5" comb. tool with at least twelve functions inc. a hammer, alligator wrench, screwdriver, bottle opener, etc. Spots of pitting. (S66, C337)

0645. CATTARAUGUS CUTLERY CO. LITTLE VALLEY, NY - - 4.5" pocket knife and Crescent type wrench with one knife blade and a screwdriver and bottle opener blade. Good++. (S93T)

0646. STELLAR CO. JAPAN - - 4.25" all metal pocket knife and screw adjust monkey wrench tool with one knife blade and one blade with a file and screwdriver end, and a punch or reamer. Note: The knife blade is marked CAMILLUS - NEW YORK USA and maybe a replacement? Otherwise Good+ condition. (S97R)

0647. HUGO BAUERMANN - SOLINGEN GERMANY - - 4.25" combination pocket knife and screw adjust monkey wrench with one knife blade, a screwdriver, two files and a screw starter drill bit?. Excellent.

0648. HMP - JAPAN - - 5.5" Crescent type wrench and pocket knife combination tool with a knife blade, screwdriver, bottle opener and leather punch. Excellent like new condition with original box marked ALL-IN-ONE TOOL, Note inside box states purchased in 1882 from Lillian Vernon Mail Order Co.

PiCs Lots 634 thru 648

0649. Ratcheting open end wrench set with seven different size interchangeable open end wrench heads that ratchet on the nut or bolt head in metal case with four page brochure. Case is labeled: EFCO MANUFACTURING INC. - HAMILTON, RHODE ISLAND - U.S and FOREIGN PATENTS PENDING. Handle is marked: EFCO MFG. INC. - HAMILTON, R.I. USA - PAT. PEND. Wrench heads are marked: EFCO PAT. PEND. Case, wrenches and brochure are in excellent, like new condition. Probably never used.

0650. F. ARMSTRONG - BRIDGEPORT, CT - - Tap and die set in wooden case. Pipe taps and dies from 1/4" to 1" plus several extras, die holder, two handles and original wrench. Wrench is marked ARMSTRONG / NO.2. Die holder was patented Oct. 16, 1883 by Frank Armstrong Of Bridgeport, Conn. Most parts are in Excellent condition with partial paper label with patent date on inside of case lid..  PAT

PiCs Lots 649 and 650-1 and  PiC 650-2

Adjustable Type Wrenches - Part Two (lots 651 thru 710)

0651. KINDERMANN - PAT. JAN 25, 1870 - - 12.5" all metal self adjusting nut wrench with as screwdriver or pry bar end. Probably earliest example of this type of wrench produced. Patented by A. Kindermann of Cleveland, Ohio. Over all light to medium pitting, No patina. (not in Schultz's or Cope's)  PAT

0652. Marked only: PAT'D MAR. 15, 1904 - - 12" wood handle quick adjust nut wrench. Made by the Wright Wrench Co. of Canton, Ohio. Wright's earliest model, later made with the more commonly found all metal models. Patent was granted to Lewis Ash and Hiram B. Stewart both of Hassel, Mont. Metal has over all light pitting, good wood handle with a chip off the top edge.  PAT

0653. VAN ORMER WRENCH - PITCAIRN, PA / PATENTED - - 10" wood handled quick adjust rack type wrench. Patent was issued to Lawson G. Van Ormer of Trafford, Penn. on Nov 9, 1909. Rare wrench, first one we have had to list. Fair condition because of pitting, no patina.. (not listed)  PAT

0654. UTILITY WRENCH CO LD. NEW YORK - PAT'S AUG 13, 1878 - SEPT 4, 1883 - - 5" wooden handled quick adjust nut rack wrench with a spring loaded release lever and ultra fine rack teeth. High quality materials and workmanship. Patented by Henry W. Atwater of Newton, Mass. Desirable small size. Good+ with some jaw edge damage, spots of light pitting., handle is Excellent. (S541)  PAT

0655. UTILITY WRENCH CO LD. NEW YORK - PAT'S AUG 13, 1878 - SEPT 4, 1883 - - 10.25" wooden handled quick adjust nut rack wrench. Same wrench only larger size like Lot 654 above. Good+ with some minor edge dings, handle is Good++. (S541)  PAT

0656. Unmarked Russell Machine Co. - - 8" wooden handle quick adjust nut wrench which combines rack teeth for initial adjustment and a knurled nut and screw for final adjustment. Several of these previously unknown wrenches surfaced at a Texas auction several years ago. All had an unfinished wooden handle and either a regular hex or square handle nut. A couple had markings that were readable most were not. Excellent NOS.

0657. Unmarked - - 14" wooden handled screw adjust with coarse threaded shaft and spring loaded lower jaws. Patented by Isaiah Cressey of Gloucester, Mass. on Mar. 07, 1876. Rare wrench, first one we have had to sell. Over all light pitting, handle has a crack with a small piece missing. (S595, C111, C253)  PAT

0658. Unmarked - - 12" primitive looking all metal turn handle to adjust type nut wrench and hammer. Origin and maker not known. Over all light pitting. (not listed, no info)

0659. BICYCLE NO. 7 - - 7.25" all metal loop handled rack type quick adjust nut wrench. Good+ with some areas of light pitting, zealously cleaned. (Like S540 "The Bicycle" wrench)

0660. CRAFT PAT'D (in a diamond logo) - - 10.25" quick adjust nut wrench with a Acme style twist handle. A spring loaded plate locks the lower jaw. Patent date and maker not known. Some edge dings, weak markings, over cleaned. (S488)

0661. SANDERS WRENCH - MORRISTOWN, TENN. / PATENTED JUNE 4, [sic] 1904 - - 10" screw adjust combination nut and pipe wrench withn a pivoting upper jaws. Correct patent date is June 14, 1904 which was issued to Alfred M. Sanders, Of Morristown, Tenn. Good+ with a few dings, upper jaw is stuck and doesn't pivot. (S572)  PAT

0662. LEVER WRENCH - THE LEVER CO NY - PAT APPL'D FOR - - 8" all steel automotive type wrench with a lever to apply final tightening. Good+ with some pitting on back side. Patent not found. (S509)

0663. LUTCH (or CLUTCH?) WRENCH CO / WAUKESHA, WIS. - PAT JAN 7, 02 - - 8" all metal unique quick adjust nut wrench with a spring loaded lower jaw and set screw. Open handle variation. Good+ with some minor dings. (S487)  PAT

0664. QUICKSET - PAT. APRIL 22, 1919 / QUICKSET - KOKOMO, IND - - 9" All metal automotive type nut wrench. with a lever that raises the knurled nut off the rack teeth for quick adjustment. Patent was granted to Joseph Nielanderof Kokomo, Indiana. Good+ with some minor pitting. (not listed)  PAT

PiCs Lots 651 thru 664

0665. Unmarked - - `10" Bornstein's patent wood handled nut wrench with patented double screw action for fast adjustment with a locking collar. Advertised as Bornstein's Improved Patent Vise Wrench by American Improved Wrench Co. of Boston, Mass. and patented by Henry Bornstein of Boston, Mass. on Aug. 26, 1890.. Some pitting, no patina, nice handle. (S367)  PAT

0666. Unmarked - - 8" Bostwick's wood handle screw adjust pipe wrench with a bottom roller jaw. Patented Feb. 6, 1883 by Seymour Bostwick of Chelsea, Mass. RARE, some markings unreadable. Rare size, Good++. (S632)  PAT

0667. Marked only PAT. APLID FOR - - 9" wood handled ratchet wrench with adjusting jaws. The screw adjustable, ratcheting jaws can be placed in 10 different positions. This is one of the most mechanically appealing of all the collectible wrenches. Patented by James. C. Hawes of Brooklyn, NY on jAN.14,1913 and advertised as the "Convertible Ratchet Wrench", Nicknamed "The Wobble Wrench". Reportedly Fred Astaire's favorite wrench. A rare, quality made tool. Good++, no patina. (S319)  PAT

0668. COLLINS & CO. - HARTFORD USA - - 8" Coes type monkey wrench with the adjusting support plate and hex shaped ferrule. Patented by Leander Smith and Lucius Jordan both of Southington, Conn. on Oct. 10, 1865. This was the patent that was at the center of the prolonged litigation by Collins against Coes. Good++, restored condition.  PAT

0669. COLLINS & CO. - HARTFORD USA - - 6.25" Coes type monkey wrench like 8" example Lot No. 688 above. Good++ with former owner's initials punches on back side upper jaws.

0670. ROBINSON PATENT JUNE 16, 1885 - - 8"" Coes type wooden handled monkey wrench with an extended adjusting screw bracket and hex supporting ferrule. Patented by Squire Robinson of Southington, CT. Good++ restored condition. (S413)  PAT

0671. Century Wynn's Patent Steel - WYNN & TIMMINS - - 5.5" unusual screw adj with knurled adjusting nut on top of upper jaw. Good+ with some hammer dings on lower jaw edge.

0672. HUE (inside horseshoe logo) PATENT HUBER NO. 1 - MADE IN GERMANY - - 6" all metal shim adjust nut wrench. Excellent.

0673. WINCHESTER - TRADE MARK - NO. - - 1006 (marked on shaft, with the correct Winchester number) - - 18" wood knife handled Coes type nut wrench. This is the real thing not a fake stamped Winchester. Good++ except for some hammer dings on handle edge around wooden handle. large "G" stamped or carved on wooden handle.

0674. ERIE TOOL WORKS - ERIE, PA USA / AUTO NO. 6 - - 6" small size self adjust pipe wrench with pivoting upper jaw. Jaw chip, otherwise Good+. (S337)

0675. Unmarked - - 9" rack and knurl adjustable wrench with quick change reversible nut and pipe jaws. Good++.

0676. BOSTON WRENCH CO BOSTON, MASS. - PAT'D OCT 2, 1906 OTHER PAT. PENDING - - 6.5" all metal quick adjust rack wrench with a sliding lever that locks the lower jaw in position. Pat by Alphage Gagnon of Springfield, Mass. on Oct. 02, 1906. Good++. (S480)  PAT

0677. Unmarked - - 8.25" example of Gates Bolt Wrench . All metal nut wrench with an unique adjusting screw on top of upper jaw. Patented by Alfonso D. Gates of Cleveland, Ohio on Feb. 15, 1887 and mfg. by the Lorain Wrench Co. of Lorain, Ohio. Good+. (S391)    PAT

0678. H & H CO. BALTO, MD / PAT. PEND. - - 6" malleable rack type with a wedge to lock the lower jaw. Excellent. (S494)

0679. TRIMO TRADEMARK - TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY, MASS. USA / TRIMO 6" - DROP FORGED - PAT. AP'D. FOR - - 6.25" all metal nut wrench. with the U-shaped adjusting nut guards, Two applicable patents were issued to A. G. Ely on Dec,19, 1911. Early example in excellent condition. (S1084).  PAT  and  PAT

0680. No. 0 - PAT OCT. 27, '03 / BULLARD WRENCH - - 5.5" self adjusting wrench with spring loaded pivoting upper and lower jaws. Mfg. by the Bullard Automatic Wrench Co. of Providence, Rhode Island under patents issued to Frank Bullard of Los Angeles, CA. on July 7,1903. Nice small, pocket size in Good++ condition. (like S659)  PAT

0681. MAUSER (inside logo) - - 6.75" comb. screw and quick adjust nut wrench (lever release instead of push button variation). Rack teeth on top of shaft. Scarce small size. Good++. (S514)

0682. 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

0683. HARDY & CARTER - BOSTON / "PAT PENDING" - 4.75" double screw adjust pocket wrench advertised as "The Quick Wrench" . Patented by Carl Tinglof patent on July 17, 1894. Good++. (not in Schulz, see Cope pg 157)  PAT

0684. Unmarked - - 4" small right angle ratcheting wrench or brace? Some parts are brass others are brass plated. Neat unusual tool , never seen another one. Excellent except for minor dings on edge of tool holder. (not listed, no info)

PiCs Lots 665 thru 684

0685. Unmarked - - 8" threaded shaft screw adjust nut wrench with knife type wooden handed. Good+. (not listed, no info)

0686. TORSHALLA - SAGBLADFABRIK - TORSHALLA - - 10" wooden handled threaded shaft screw adjust wrench with both nut and buggy hub nut type jaws. Quality built Swedish wrench with brass handle ferrule in Good+ condition. First one we have listed.

0687. POLLOCKS "AUTOMATIC" PATENT PENDING - WISCONSIN STAMPED STEEL CO, - MADISON, WISC - - 9.5" all metal lever operated rack type quick adjust nut and pipe wrench. Good+ with a couple pitted areas. Has the usually missing pipe jaw attachment. (S707, patent not found)

0688. FOOTPRINT - MADE IN ENGLAND (foot print logo) / 1942 (arrow logo) - - 7.25" unusual screw adjust nut wrench. Excellent. (not listed)

0689. Lot of two: English Adjustable Nut Wrenches.
(1.) GIRDER MINOR NO 93 - JOSEPH LUCAS LTD. - BIRMINGHAM / Lucas (spoked wheel and torch logo) - 7.25" center screw adjust, both sides exposed. Good+ with former owner's initials, small drilled hole in lower jaw.
(2.) Unmarked - - 7.25" same type wrench as Girder Minor above. Good+.

0690. J. R. BROWN - CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. - - 18" tong type pipe wrench with an unique adjustment mechanism. Patented by James R. Brown of Cambridgeport, Mass. on Apr. 28, 1874. Only known example. From the Alfred Schulz collection. Was found years after the Schulz Auctions under a cedar chest.. Good+ (S738 with incorrect patent info)  PAT

PiCs Lot 690

0691. PAT JAN 9, 1877 - - 10" all metal cast malleable monkey wrench with an open frame handle. Patented by Oliver B. North of New Haven, Conn. Good++ with weak markings. (S373)  PAT

0692. Lot of two: Frederick B.Seymour's (Detroit, Mich.) patented rod handled nut wrenches.  PAT
(1.) ACME - PAT FEB 27, 83 - - 8" early pre Whitman & Barnes twist handle type nut wrench. Good (S364)
(2.) HERCULES (inside a Whitman & Barnes logo) - PAT FEB 27, 83 - MADE IN USA - - 9.5" loop handled monkey wrench. Good with some hammer mushrooming. (S364)

0693. MFD BY CRESCENT FORGINGS CO.- OAKMONT PA / PATENT APPLIED FOR - CRESCO TRADEMARK - - 6.25" all metal screw adjust nut wrench. Rare wrench in Good condition with pitting and weak markings, some not readable. (S386, C110) (patent not found)

0694. Unmarked (Girard Wrench Mfg Co of Girard, PA) - - 7.25" all metal, malleable screw adj nut wrench made with only tree pieces. Patented by C. H. Miller of Erie, PA on July 11, 1882. Good.  PAT

0695. EVER-READY WRENCH CO - FORT WORTH, TEXAS / DROP FORGED - PATENT APPLIED FOR - - 8" rack type quick adjust nut wrench with a lever release. Pat. Jan 11, 1921 by Otey Kirkpatrick of Fort Worth. Good+. (S491, C131)  PAT

0696. IMP. ANGLE WRENCH / BLOOMINGTON, ILL - PAT. PEND.- - 9" Crescent type with a button that allows the head to be set at various angles. Mfg. by the Imperial Tool Co. of Bloomington, Indiana and patented by Ransom Bovee of Chicago, Illinois on Nov. 21, 1916. Good+ with some edge nicks. (S311)  PAT

0697. PAT SEPT 20, 1921 - HANDEHAND - MFD BY H & E WRENCH CO. NEW BEDFORD, MASS.- - 10.25" helical screw quick adjust nut wrench. Patentees were Edwin J. Evans and George E. Hemphill both of Salt Lake City, Utah. Good ++. (S496).  PAT

0698. PAT SEPT 7. 97 - - 5.75" all metal (malleable) screw adjust nut wrench with cutout slots in body. Mfg. by the Monte Wrench Co. of Shelbyville, Indiana. Theodore F. Vandegrift's (Shelbyville, Indiana) patent applies. Good+. (C223)  PAT

PiCs Lots 685 thru 698

0699. 18" MASTERENCH - CHROME VANADIUM / HELLER BROTHERS CO - NEWARK, NJ - PATENTED 4-14-1925, 7-5-1927 (with horse logo) - - 20" self adjusting wrench with smooth top and bottom jaws and round hole in end of handle variation. Patented by Earnest E. Lynch of Hilmar, Calif. and Homer A. Mead of Turlock, Calif. Scarce large size. Good++. (S328)  PAT

0700. HOE CORP.- POUGHKEEPSIE, NY / PATENTED FEB 21 - 1922 - 8 - - 11" all metal self adjust nut and pipe wrench with spring loaded jaws. Patented by Frederic Robert of Lynnbrook, Long Island, NY. Good++ with minor jaw teeth chips. (S361)  PAT

0701. Lot of three: Adjustable Wrenches.
(1.) 6" MASTERENCH - CHROME VANADIUM / HELLER BROTHERS CO - NEWARK, NJ - PATENTED 4-14-1925, 7-5-1927 (with horse logo) - - 6.25" self adjusting wrench with smooth top and bottom jaws and square hole in end of handle variation. Patented by Earnest E. Lynch of Hilmar, Calif. and Homer A. Mead of Turlock, Calif. Small size in Excellent, like new condition. (S328)  PAT
(2.) 8" MASTERENCH / HELLER - MADE IN USA - PATENTED (with horse logo) - - 8.5" self adjusting wrench with smooth top and bottom jaws and square hole in end of handle variation. Good++. (S328)
(3.) GELLMAN MANUFACTURING CORPORATION - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. - USA - POLLY (script) / 9 IN. NO. 91 - PATENTS PENDING - - 9" quick adjust nut wrench, internall spring version. Good+. (S522)  PAT

0702. THE L. S. STARRETT CO. ATHOL, MASS. USA - PAT. JAN. 3, 1911 - NO. 240 - - 7.25" plier/wrench with a Crescent type threaded nut and rack type adjustment advertised as "The Starrett Extension Plier". Patented by Laroy S. Starrett of Athol, Mass. Excellent. (S271, C289)  PAT

0703. W. SCHOLLHORN CO. - NEW HAVEN, CONN - MADE IN USA - - 8" specialty pliers with wicked looking jaws. New old stock in Excellent like new condition. (not listed, no info found)

0704. Lot of five: Wood Handled Six Inch Monkey Wrenches.
(1.) STERLING WRENCH CO. - STERLING, O. - PAT. AUG 12, 1884 - - 6.5" Coes type with distinctive stubby wooden handle. Good+  PAT
(2.) L. COES & CO WORCESTER, MASS / L. COES & CO PAT'D MAR 23,1869 (George Taft's patent) - - 6" with some jaw edge damage, edge dings. (HP27)  PAT
(3.) BEMIS & CALL H. & T. CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. USA. - - 7" threaded shaft with hex adjusting sleeve. Damaged handle .
(4.) P. S. & W. IDEAL - PAT. 1-24-05 - MADE IN USA - - 6.5" Coes type monkey wrench with knife handle and hex adjusting screw supporting ferrule. Patented By Robert Ellrich of Southington, Conn. A seldom found wrench in the small 6" size.. Good++.  PAT
(5.) Unmarked - - 6.75" Coes type with distinguishing supporting ferule. Probably made by the Cleveland Screw Wrench Co or the Lamson & Sessions Co. of Cleveland, Ohio under a patent issued to Matthew E. Campfield on May 09, 1882. Good with a fefw dents and bruises, handle damage. (no photo)  PAT

0705. L. G. AUTOMATIC WRENCH - RED CHIEF MFG. CO. / PAT NOV 16, 1915 - LOUISVILLE, KY. - DROP FORGED STEEL - - 8" self adjusting nut wrench patented by Louis E. Gaisser of Louisville, KY. Good++. (S320B)  PAT

0706. PAT'D JUNE 14, 92 - MAY 9, 93 - - 11" primitive looking pliers and wire cutters. Patent was granted to Sanford O. Root of Lodi, New York. First one seen. Excellent condition. (not listed)  PAT  and  PAT

0707. VIMCO - PAT / VICTOR MFG. CO. - DAYTON, O USA - - 11" double ended self adjusting nut wrench. This wrench was reincarnated in the 1980's as a cheaply made import and pitched on late night television with "Buy this wrench and you can throw all you others away". If you fell for that I have some ocean beach property here in Kansas for sale. Patented by J. W. Saffold of Cleveland, Ohio on Dec. 28, 1920. Good++. (C316)  PAT

0708. "STERLING" NO. 5 / MFD. BY FRANK MOSSBERG CO. - ATTLEBORO MASS. USA - PAT'D NOV. 13, 00. - - 10". Scarce size, largest of Mossberg's Sterling line of adjustable nut wrenches. Good Plus.  PAT

0709. Lot of three: Small Adjustable Wrenches.
(1.) SDF CROMNA 3/16" - 5/16" - - 8 - 14 mm / MADE IN ENGLAND - PAT NO. 629209 - - 5.75" self adjusting bike ort pocket wrench with a tire tool end. I have seen these marked Made in Sweden, Norway and Denmark but this is the first example made in England I have seen. Good++ with a rather large drilled hang hole.
(2.) BOOS TOOL CORP - K.C. MO. - PATENTED - - 6" Turn Handle To Adjust wrench. Both jaws are smooth variation. Patented by Joseph B. and Lyal R. Boos of Kansas City, MO. Good++. (see S381)  PAT
(3.) Unmarked - - 7" stamped steel self adjusting wrench. Good+.

0710. WALTON WRENCH MFG. CO. - GIRARD, PA - PAT'D AUG. 1, 71 - - 6" wood handled nut wrench adjusted with a knurled gear that engages rack teeth on edge of the shaft. The Walton Wrench Mfg. Co. was the predecessor of the Girard Wrench Co. Loosely based on George B. Phillips' patent issued on Aug. 1, 1871. Extremely rare wrench and first one seen in this size. See Lot 24 for an unmarked 10" example. Good++ with a tight, repaired handle crack. (S419, C321)  PAT

PiCs Lots 699 thru 710

Farm Related Adjustable Type Wrenches (lots 711 thru 722)

0711. 1068K (orphan) - - 18" 15/16" square female ratchet. Looks like it may of come with some kind of farm equipment. Excellent with original green paint. (not listed, no info found)

0712. TIGER - PAT. MAR. 8, 4 - - 18.5" threshing machine cylinder tooth ratchet wrench complete with a 1-1/4" square socket and the hard to find tooth straightener handle.. Patent Mar. 08, 1904 by William R. Johnson of Freeport, Illinois. Good++. (S45, R1-455)  PAT

0713. Lot of two: International Harvester All Metal Adjustable Nut Wrenches.
(1.) Z786 - Z788 (with a IHC logo) (IHC part M446M) - - 8.25" all metal monkey wrench with slotted adjusting nut.
(2.) 5E - 7E / IHC logo (IHC part 8E or 13067D) - - 11.5" solid handle variation.

0714. THE HANDY WRENCH / PAT MAR 30 1926 - 22" chain drive threshing machine cylinder tooth ratchet wrench fitted with a 1-3/16" square socket . Mfg. by Port Huron Machinery & Supply Co. of Lincoln, Nebraska and Pat. Mar. 30, 1926 By Reuben D. Litwiller of Seward, Neb. Excellent. (S46, R1-215)  PAT

0715. L320 - L321 (with Plano logo) / PATENT PENDING (Plano Mfg. Co. - Plano, Illinois / Later IHC) - - 9" malleable screw adjust with open end wrench on end of handle. Note: This is an oddity with serrations on both jaws and edge of upper jaw shaft instead of smooth jaws as usually found. Maybe a precious owners modification? Good+ slightly sprung jaws. (R1-381)

0716. CHAMPION / CHAMPION (marked with large lettering in cast handle) (Champion Mower & Reaper Co. - Springfield, Ohio / Later IHC) - - 10" all metal Coes type monkey wrench. Same wrench as one found marked "Whitely". Good+ with some edge dings.

0717. BUCKEYE MOWER & REAPER WRENCH / L. COES & CO. - WORCESTER, MASS.. - - 10" Coes Wood handled Mechanic's Wrench with spilt split adjusting knurled knob. Good with some dings and bruises, cracked handle. (HP33)

0718. W. A. W. M. & R. C0.- HOOSICK FALLS NY (Walter A. Wood Mower & Reaper Co) - - 10" RARE Coes type wood handled monkey wrench.

0719. CHAMPION MOWER & REAPER WRENCH / PATD NOV 10 1863 - FEB 23 1864 - REISSUED JUNE 1, 1869 (Champion/IHC) 10" Coes Wood handled Mechanic's Wrench with spilt split adjusting knurled knob, Patent's were issued to George C. Taft, wrench was made by Coes. Good+ with some edge mushrooming, minor nicks, repaired handle cracks. (HP31)  PAT  and  PAT

0720. Osborne (in oval logo) (D. M. Osborne & Co. - Auburn, NY, later IHC) - - 10" Rare Coes type wood handled monkey wrench. Good+.

0721. DEERE & CO. - - 8" wood handled Coes type monkey wrench with knurled adjusting knob.. Good+ with professionally replaced wooden handle.

0722. U. S. Separator (Vermont Farm Machine Co, - Bellows Falls, VT) - - 5.25" bicycle or pocket type wrench that came with Vermont's United states Cream Separator. Good+ with some light grind marks.

PiCs Lots 711 thru 722

Farm Related Wrenches - Part Four (lots 723 thru 746)

0723. 1823C (with Case Eagle logo - Case T. M. Co.) - - 24". Large Case Steam Engine wrench. From the Alfred Schulz collection. Good++.

PiCs Lot 723

0724. O C S - 85118 (orphan) - - 31" heavy duty single open ended wrench. (not listed, no info)

0725. A202 (Avery Co. - Peoria, Illinois) - - 19" extended double hex socket. This wrench has just recently been identified from a listing in an Avery 40-80 Gas Tractor Parts Book. Good++ except for some minor twisting. (not in Rathbone)

0726. M11831 (John Deere / Holt / Caterpillar) - 9.5" extended double square socket. RARE Holt combine wrench. Good++. (D-459)

0727. EMERSON - S / W1074 - - 16". Good+.

0728. JOHN DEERE / J1480H - - 8.5" chain breaker tool. Good+ with most of it's original green paint. (D-355)

0729. WY32 (Chas. G. Allen Co. - Barre, Mass.) - - 9" oddball. Good++.

0730. X7 (orphan) - - 8" extra heavy duty hex socket for steam engine or some other large machine? Excellent (not listed, no info)

0731. SC25 (Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. / Deere- - 6.5" with angled square opening variation. Good+. (D530)

0732. CHERRY-BURREL-CORPN. / 1-1/2 INCH I.A.M.D. (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) - - 11" large single open end dairy equipment wrench. Good+.

0733. SATTLEY MFG CO - 1031 - - 12.5" disk plow type with disk straightener slot. Welded repair.

0734. WORCESTER M371 (Richardson Mfg. Co. - Worcester, Mass.) - - 10". Good+.

PiCs Lots 724 thru 734

0735. 309C34 (oddball orphan) - - 8.5" odd heavy cast wrench with six functions. Excellent. (not listed, no info)

0736. MAYTAG (in script) (No.4) - - 5.5" flat steel. One of the harder Maytag wrenches to find. Excellent.

0737. UNADILLA SILO CO. / UNADILLA N.Y. - - 8.75" Y-shaped with three open ends. Good+.

0738. Lot of two: Deere and Possible Deere Wrenches.
(1.) Unmarked John Deere Cream Separator hook spanner wrench (Deere No. 562S) - - 7". Square hole in handle variant. Pitted. (D57)
(2.) Unmarked - - 11.5" L-handled hex socket wrench. Owner identified this as a John Deere wrench?

0739. SHARPLES SEPARATOR CO / TUBULAR - - 6" single open end. Good++.

0740. J.P. MANNY (later Emerson) - - 12". The Manny Co. of Rockford, Illinois, founded in 1857 was the predecessor of Emerson Mfg. Co. Painted, pitted.

0741. Lot of two: Lincoln, Nebraska Wrenches.
(1.) CHASE TINSMAN PLOW CO (Lincoln, Neb.) - - 10.25". Pitting.
(2.) CHASE PLOW CO - E35 (Lincoln, Neb.) - - 10.25". Same wrench as above but with "Tinsman" removed from the mold pattern. Good+.

0742. B & G Plow Co / Canton O (Bucher & Gibbs Plow Co.) - - 9.5". Good+.

0743. Lot of two: Litchfield Wrenches.
(1.) M182 (Litchfield Mfg. Co., Waterloo, Iowa) - - 9". Good+ with some minor edge dings.
(2.) M183 (Litchfield Mfg. Co., Waterloo, Iowa) - - 9". Overall medium pitting.

0744. 3329A with a "X" and Case Eagle logos (Case Threshing Machine Co,).- - 8.75" with some areas of pitting.

0745. Lot of three: Misc. Farm Wrenches. All are pitted.
(1.) Tague & Kerlin Wrench / Midland Mfg Co. Tarkio Mo USA - 1 - - 9".
(2.) FAMOUS OHIO - J276 (Ohio Cultivator Co. Bellevue, Ohio) - - 9.5".
(3.) W. P. CO. 71 (Wiard Plow Co. Batavia, NY) - - 10". Four open ends variation.

0746. Lot of four: Misc. Farm Wrenches.
(1.) M518 (Emerson-Brantingham, later Case T. M. Co.) - - 6.5" pitman wrench. Excellent.
(2.) 95 - VULCAN PLOW CO / EVANSVILLE IND - - 7.5". Painted, pitted.
(3.) 718 (Pattee Plow Co - Monmouth, Illinois) - - 12". Painted, some minor edge damage.
(4.) C111 (Roderick Lean - Mansfield, Ohio) - - 8". Good+.

PiCs Lots 735 thru 746

Automotive and Related Wrenches - Part Two (Lots 747 thru 760)

0747. WIRE WHEEL CORP. OF AMERICA - BUFFALO N.Y. - B61242 - - 15" hub wrench with locking clamp and a brass instruction tag. Wrench has been repainted but is in excellent condition without any hammer dings as usually found.

0748. Unmarked - - 10" odd combination tool including a hammer, pliers, claw, etc. Excellent.

0749. MOON - R2015A (and StL in a circle logo)- - 10" single hex box hubcap wrench from the Moon Motor Car Co. of St. Louis, MO. One of the neatest malleable hubcap wrenches with the trademark "Moon Eyes" dots in center of the O's. Good+ with some edge dings, .

0750. Set of four MAXWELL double open end flat steel wrenches: Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4. Excellent condition, painted black with markings highlighted in gold.

0751. BONNEY CHROME VANADIUM - FORGED - 3/4 / KENT-MOORE KMO 912 - 9729A - - 12" tee handled hex socket. Unusual find a tool marked Bonney and Kent-Moore, evidently made by Bonney for Kent-Moore. Handle has some of the original wrapped paper covering remaining. (no info found)

0752. "MACK" - WAKEFIELD NO. 5- PAT'D - MADE IN WORCESTER, MASS. - - 4.25" side screw adjusting pocket wrench with a guard around the adjusting gear. Good+.

0753. COES AUTO (inside a spoked wheel logo) / COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER MASS USA - - 6.25" all metal screw adjust monkey wrench. Coes sometimes advertised this 6" size as a motorcycle wrench. Good++. (HP62)

0754. Lot of two: Auto Type Wrenches.
(1.) BARCALO-BUFFALO USA / "B" in an oval logo - - 9" with some light pitting, refinished.
(2.) 11 IN.. AUTO - FORGED STEEL / MFD BY CRESCENT TOOL CO - JAMESTOWN, NY - USA - - 11" high quality auto type wrench. The Crescent brand auto type wrenches are several times better made (and scarcer) than most of the more common auto type wrenches found. Good+.

0755. Lot of two Studebaker double open ended forged wrenches in absolutely Excellent, unused condition with original black finish.

0756. AUTO / W & B in a diamond logo (Whitman & Barnes) - - 10" all metal Coes style nut wrench, thinner than normal steel monkey wrenches and with a knurled pattern on the handle that I haven't seen before. Good++.

0757. AUTO / W & B in a diamond logo (Whitman & Barnes) - - 10" all metal Coes style nut wrench, thinner than regular line of monkey wrenches. Good++.

0758. COES AUTO (inside a spoked wheel logo) / COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER MASS USA - - 12" all metal screw adjust nut wrench, thinner and lighter than regular Coes wrenches with the adjusting nut enclosed in the lower jaw assembly. Good++ with former stamped former owner's name (W. S. Pound). (HP62)

0759. Lot of two: Forged Wrenches.
(1.) FORD (in script) - - 5.25" double open end Model "T" wrench. Early extra wide version. Excellent.
(2.) HUMBER - - 4.75" forged three opening wrench. Maybe Humber Bicycle wrench? Painted black, markings highlighted in gold.

PiCs Lots 747 thru 759

0760 SNAP-ON 5/8" Drive Ratchet and Socket Set - - Snap-On produced a line of 5/8" drive tools in the 1920's. Lot includes a 18" female drive ratchet with the hard to find drive plug, 21" speed wrench, 7.25" extension, 16" extension and nine sockets with the 1921 era overstrike markings for a total of thirteen pieces plus a generic metal tray. A couple of the ratchet rivets are replacements otherwise tools are in Good+ to Good++ uncleaned condition.

Misc. Odds and Ends, Late Additions Etc, (Lots 761 thru 796)

0761. COCHRAN SPEEDNUT WRENCH - PAT'D MAY 2, 1916 - MADE IN CHICAGO, ILL. USA / PAT'D MAY 2, 1916 - COCHRAN SPEEDNUT WRENCH - - 9" self adjusting nut wrench. Design patented by Walter Taylor of Chicago. Excellent condition with original finish. (S320m, C96)  PAT

0762. No. 3 - PAT OCT. 27, '03 / BULLARD WRENCH - - 17" self adjusting wrench with spring loaded pivoting upper and lower jaws. Mfg. by the Bullard Automatic Wrench Co. of Providence, Rhode Island under patents issued to Frank Bullard of Los Angeles, CA. on July 7,1903. One side of lower jaws has hammer dings. (lS659)  PAT

0763. PAT SEPT 7. 97 - - 5.75" all metal (malleable) screw adjust nut wrench with cutout slots in body. Mfg. by the Monte Wrench Co. of Shelbyville, Indiana. Theodore F. Vandegrift's (Shelbyville, Indiana) patent applies. Good++. (C223)  PAT

0764. THE KEYSTONE MFG CO / BUFFALO NY USA - 10 INCH NO 80 - - 10.25" curved handle Crescent type wrench, solid handle variation. Good+ with minor dings.

0765. THE KEYSTONE MFG CO / BUFFALO NY USA - 10 INCH NO 80 - - 10.25" curved handle Crescent type wrench, open handle variation. Good+ with some edge dings.

0766. WIZARD - THE RICHARDS MFG CO AURORA, ILL - PATENTED MAY 21, 07 OTHER PATS PENDING - - 8" adjustable wrench that combines a double screw Crescent type adjustment on a ratcheting head. Patented by Joseph N. Noyer of Gould City, Washington. Fair with dings over the markings, ratchet mechanism needs work, (S156T)  PAT

0767. UNIVERSAL 8 IN. (etc.) / UNIVERSAL WRENCH CO. - WINDSOR - DETROIT - PATENTED 6-3-19 - 7-22-19 - - 8" Crescent type with a lever to release the adjusting jaw to allow for a ratcheting action. Patented June 3, 1919 by Roland John Statham of Vancouver, British Columbia Canada. The July 22, 1919 patent has not been found. Excellent. (S530T)  PAT

0768. Lot of two: Three and Four Way Wrenches.
(1.) A. L. Firmin - - 4.5" malleable cast Y-shaped three-way with three square sockets. Excellent.
(2.) AUSTIN CRAFT - - 2" cross-shaped four hex socket wrench. For model airplane engines? Excellent.

0769. Marked only PATENT PENDING - - 3" odd malleable nine way hex socket wrench. First one I've seen. Excellent.

0770. Lot of two: Dogbone Wrenches
(1.) LUCKY 'LEVEN CHICAGO PAT MAR 15-21 - - 9" large malleable cast dog bone wrench with eleven wrench openings. Advertised as replacing seven wrenches used on Fords (for hubcaps, sparkplugs, cones, etc.) and manufactured by M. P. Wessling of Chicago. Design patent was issued to Cullen C. Evans of Los Angeles, Calf. on Mar. 15, 1921. (not listed)  PAT
(2.) N.T.K. - JAPAN - - 10" with revolving heads. Plated finish. Excellent.

0771. Lot of three: Winchester Double Open Ended Wrenches. 4", 6" and 9" long. In my opinion these are phony fake stamped Winchester wrenches as they are not marked with a Winchester number. Excellent.

0772. W. WILCOCK & SONS - PRESTON - 5 / Snail logo - - 7.5". Among other ventures Wilcock made scales. Good+ with minor dings.

PiCs Lots 760 thru 772

0773. Lot of three: Imported Forged Wrenches
(1.) DIN 895 - 50 / GEDORE - - 10" single open end. Excellent.
(2.) DIN 895 - 36 - 41 / WGB - - 13" double open end. Excellent.
(3.) DIN 895 - 24 - 30 - - 10" double open end. Excellent.

0774. Lot of five: International Harvester Wrenches.
(1.) G3526 (IHC logo)
(2.) G3172 (IHC logo)
(3.) Unmarked (IHC 10720D)
(4.) 13263 - 3/8 - 7/16 (IHC logo)
(5.) G3173 (IHC logo)

0775. M-H (Massey-Harris) SPARK PLUG WRENCH 202783M1 / MADE IN CANADA - 10". Good++.

0776. PAT SEP 7, 97 / 31 - - 7.75" wood handle version of the Vandegrift patent monkey wrench. Rare size. Good++. (S966, C313)  PAT

0777. PAT SEP 7, 97 / 30 - - 9" wood handle version of the Vandegrift patent monkey wrench. Good+. (S966, C313)  PAT

0778. Lot of two: Newer Self Adjusting Type Nut Wrenches.
(1.) KANTA WRENCH - 200mm (D and I logo) - - 8". Plated finish. Excellent, like new.
(2.) HASTEE 8" DAVENPORT TOOL CO US PATENT 3,803,954 - - 8". Patent was issued to Paul E. Lenker of Davenport, Iowa on Apr. 16, 1974. Both wrench and plating are Excellent, like new. (S321)  PAT

0779. Lot of two: POCKET SOCKET / PATS. PEND. Etc. - - 8" and 10" Screw adjust box end wrenches. Patent was issued to Richard E. Cone of Dayton, OH on Nov. 06, 1990 and assigned to SDE Investments, Inc. and Midwest Tool and Cutlery Company both located in Sturgis, Mich. Plated finish. Both are in Excellent like new condition.  PAT

POCKET SOCKET / PATS. PEND. Etc. - - 8" Screw adjust box end wrench. Patent was issued to Richard E. Cone of Dayton, OH on Nov. 06, 1990 and assigned to SDE Investments, Inc. and Midwest Tool and Cutlery Company both located in Sturgis, Mich. Plated finish. Excellent like new.  PAT

0780. Lot of three: Unusual Box End Wrenches.
(1.) 12 IN - ADJUST-A-BOX - PAT NO. 2,912,891 / MFD. USA - - 12" Screw adjust box end wrench. Patented by Ted Neff of San Bernardino, Calif. Plated finish. Good++. (not listed)  PAT
(2.) 10 IN - ADJUST-A-BOX - PAT NO. 2,912,891 / HUNTER MFD. USA - 26AB-10 ALLOY FORGED STEEL - - 10" like 12" above but with different markings. Plated finish, Excellent.
(3.) MV RATCH-IT - MADE IN USA - 1/2 / M. V. ENG. CO. - STONE PK, ILL - CHROME-VANADIUM - PAT. 2814225 - - 5.25" ratcheting box end wrench with a hinged upper jaw. Patented Nov 26, 1957 by Morley Mann of Lombard, ILL. Good++.  PAT

PiCs Lots 773 thru 780

0781. BONNEY / 10 IN - - 10" S-handle Crescent type with open handle. Excellent, unused condition with original finish.

0782. Sandvik-Bahco 10" - BAHCO ERGO / MADE IN SWEDEN - - 10" newer version of a Carill like wrench with a reversible jaw for use on nuts or pipe. Brand new, unused condition.

0783. SUNKEY H9786 - MADE IN JAPAN - - 10" Crescent type in brand new, unused condition.

0784. T & L CO (Tower & Lyons) / 6 IN - - 6" S-handle Crescent type with open handle. Rare Crescent type wrench in Good++ condition.

0785. 406 WESTCOTT - THE KEYSTONE MFG CO / BUFFALO NY (etc.) - - 6" S-handle Crescent type. Scarce slimmer design variant than usually seen. Good+.

0786. BONNEY 6 INCH ADJ. S. / ALLENTOWN PA. USA - - 5.75" S-handle Crescent with a different pointed end design. Good++.

0787. Unmarked - - 5.5" real oddball Crescent with about a 10" Crescent type head with and extremely short curved handle. First one we have had to sell. Good++.

0788. Lot of four: 6" S-handle Crescent Type Adjustable Nut Wrenches. Will be sold choice wrench
(1.) THE ERIE TOOL WORKS - ERIE, PA. USA - - With open handle. Good+.
(2.) ROBINSON - MADE IN USA / DROP FORGED STEEL - - Excellent.
(3.) WESTCOTT - THE KEYSTONE MFG CO / BUFFALO NY USA - 6 INCH NO 76 - - Good++.
(4.) THE BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. (with a "B" in a diamond logo / TREATED STEEL FORGING - 6 IN. - - Excellent.

0789. CRANDALL EXPERT / PATENT APPLED FOR - - 7.5" adjustable angle pivoting head open end wrench. Patent was granted to Max E. Crandall of Fairfax, Oklahoma on May 13, 1913. The Expert Utility Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio was the manufacturer. Some light pitting. (S315)  PAT

0790. Lot of four: Set of STEPHENS WRENCH / PAT'D DEC 21, 09 rotating head open end wrenches. Patented by Harry E. Stephens of Elgin, IL.  PAT
(1.) 5.5" with 5/16 marked on jaw. Good++.
(2.) 7.5" with 1/2 marked on jaw. Good+.
(3.) 9.5" with 5/8 marked on jaw. Excellent.
(4.) 9.5" with 3/4 marked on jaw. Excellent.

0791. EIFEL-FLASH PLIERENCH - PAT 5.2.16 - FLASHS'L'S CHICAGO - - 9" early type Plierrench (S272) with the hard to find 3" screwdriver multi-tool marked EIFEL MULTITOOL - PAT. APLD. FOR - CHICAGO, ILL. - AMERICAN PLIERENCH CO. Plierench and multi-tool are in Good++ condition.  PAT

0792. EIFEL-FLASH PLIERENCH - 8-1/2"-B-22 - TOOL STEEL / THE FLASH SALES CORP. - CHICAGO - PAT. MAY 2, 1916 - GUARANTEED - - 9" earliest type Plierench. Excellent.  PAT

0793. 8-1/2" PLIERENCH - CHICAGO 40, ILL. FORGED - PAT'D - 64 (date code) / Label marked: 3-YEAR GUARANTEE - PLIERENCH COMPANY OF AMERICA - CHICAGO 40, ILLINOIS - - 9" newer version of the Plierench with vinyl handle covering. Excellent, like new, unused.

0794. PLIERENCH MULTIPLE PURPOSE TOOL - G. H. NOPAK, INC. - MILW. WIS. 53215 - - 9" latest type Plierench with vinyl handle covering mfg. by Galland Henning Nopak, Inc. Excellent, like new, unused condition.

0795. EIFEL-GEARED PLIERENCH - 7" - 51 (date code) PAT. NOS. - 1181654 - 1862817 - MADE IN USA BY AMER. PLIERENCH CORP'N - CHICAGO, ILL, - FORGED - LOCKS THIS WAY - - 7.5" later Plierench with vinyl handle covering in the scarce smaller size. Good++.  PAT  and  PAT

0796. EIFEL GEARED PIVOT 1000% - PLIERENCH A-8" (FORGED) - AMERICAN PLIERENCH CORP'N - CHICAGO 40 (MADE IN THE USA) / PAT PENDING - PRICE $4 - LOT 54-11 - - 7.75". This is a different version of the Eifel Plierench with non interchangeable jaws and a completely different adjusting mechanism. Patented by Joseph Eifel on Dec 10, 1955 it was apparently not successful as this is only the second example I have seen, Good++. (not listed).  PAT

PiCs Lots 781 thru 796

Note: Lots 797 thru 809 are from the Alfred Schulz Collection.
Stan Schulz furnished the descriptions and photos.

0797. TRENTON - - Approximately 200 pound anvil. Large anvil in Good condition. Note to absentee bidders: We won't ship this lot you will have to make other arraignments if you win it.

PiC Lot 797

0798. AMERICAN MECHANICAL DICTIONARY - - Four volume MWTCA / EAIA 1979 reprints. Set No. 234 of 600

PiCs Lot 798

0799. 1922 MONTGOMERY WARD CATALOG NO. 97 - 50TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION - - H.C. Publishers, 1969.

0800. WRIGHT & WILHELMY CO. WHOLESALE HARDWARE. OMAHA, NEBRASKA CATALOG NO. 38 - - Original, ca. 1938.

PiCs Lots 799 and 800

0801. 150 YEARS OF INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER - - By C. H. Wendel. Crestline Publishing, 1981.

0802. PATENTED TRANSITIONAL & METALLIC PLANES IN AMERICA 1827-1927 - - By Roger K.Smith. (receipt dated October, 1981)

PiCs Lots 801 and 802

0803. Lot of Twelve Misc. CATALOGs, etc (Originals). Will be sold choice item.
(1.) GOODELL-PRATT TOOLSMITHS TOOL BOOK No. 13 (ca. 1917 - front cover loose)
(2.) ARMSTRONG BROS. TOOL CO. CATALOG C-39a (late 1930s)
(3.) J. M. WATERSTON. DETROIT. Catalog No. 23 (1920 -poor condition)
(4.) L.S. STARRETT CO. Catalog No. 17 (early 1900s? - front cover torn)
(5.) GREENE TWEED & CO. CATALOG OF SPECIALTIES (1891)
(6.) PAGE STORMS DROP FORGE COMPANY (1913)
(7.) GREENFIELD TAP & DIE CORP. SMALL TOOLS Catalog No. 35 (1935)
(8.) R. HERSHEL MFG. CO. PEORIA, ILL. Catalog No. 71 (1915)
(9.) AVERY IMPLEMENT Repair Price List 1911 + AVERY THRESHER SUPPLY List (1931)
(10.) FORDSON TRACTOR PARTS LIST (1920) + DELCO INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CARE & MAINTENANCE OF THE DELCO IGNITION SYSTEM - DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS Sixth Edition (1917?)
(11.) W.D. ALLEN MFG. CO. GENERAL SUPPLIES No. 21 (1904 - front cover & 1st page chipped, tape repairs )
(12.) CATALOGUE WALWORTH MFG. CO 1883 (water stained, binding glue mostly dissolved)

PiCs Lot 803

0804. Lot of nine: Misc. Tool Catalog Reprints. Will be sold choice item.
(1.) CHAPIN - STEVENS CO. No. 114 (Ken Roberts Reprint 1975)
(2.) HENRY CHENEY HAMMER CO. 1904 (MWTCA Reprint 2003)
(3.) JACKSON & TYLER CO. BALTIMORE 1880 (MWTCA Reprint 1993)
(4.) LUFKIN Catalog No. 10 (MWTCA Reprint 2005)
(5.) NORTH BROS. MFG. PHILADELPHIA 1912 ( MWTCA Reprint 1988)
(6.) OHIO TOOL CO. Catalog No. 23 (MWTCA Reprint 1990)
(7.) SARGENT TOOL BOOK 1911 (MWTCA Reprint 1995)
(8.) E.C. STEARNS 1924 (Roger K. Smith Reprint 1977)
(9.) TOWER & LYON Catalog No. 24 1904 (Roger K. Smith Reprint 1989)

PiCs Lot 804

0805. Lot of eight: Misc. Tool Catalog Reprints. Will be sold choice item.
(1.) New Britain: The Hardware Center (MWTCA Reprint 1994)
(2.) MILLERS FALLS CO. CATALOG NO. 24 (MWTCA Reprint 2008)
(3.) MILLERS FALLS / GOODELL PRATT Catalog No. 42 (MWTCA Reprint 1999)
(4.) RUSSELL JENNINGS Price List (Reprint & additional material by Ken Roberts, 1981)
(5.) STANLEY - Assorted pamphlets (MWTCA Reprint 2002) + LEONARD BAILEY BENCH PLANES (Ken Roberts Reprint 1975)
(6.) CHAS. A STRELINGER CO. BOOK OF TOOLS, MACHINERY & SUPPLIES 1895 (Lindsay Reprint, 1991)
(7.) CHAS. A STRELINGER WOOD WORKERS TOOLS (MWTCA Reprint 1979)
(8.) NATIONAL SAW CO. NEWARK NJ. (MWTCA Reprint 2006)

PiCs Lot 805

0806. Lot of eleven: Misc. Tool Catalog Reprints and Originals. Will be sold choice item.
(1.) P. WALTERS SONS (Tool chest, etc. - MWTCA Reprint)
(2.) I.B. FARRINGTON's (Scroll Saw, etc. - MWTCA Reprint)
(3.) W.F. & JOHN BARNES CO. (Catalogs 59 & 67, etc. - MWTCA Reprint)
(4.) "Thomas Napier" / Alan G. Bates - E.A.I.A., 1986
(5.) "Tools Used in Building Log Houses in Indiana" / Warren Roberts - E.A.I.A. - 1978
(6.) A. H. POMEROY (scrollsaws, lathes) - (Reprint)
(7.) Wm. T. WOOD ICE TOOLS (1974 Reprint )
(8.) HERMON CHAPIN (1853) & ARROWMAMMETT WORKS (1857) planes, etc. catalogs / price lists (Ken Roberts reprints)
(9.) A. G. PECK & Co. (axes) - (Ken Roberts reprint)
(10.) "Historical Facts About Early International Harvester Vehicles" + other I.H.C items. (originals).
(11.) Assorted adveertising brochures K-Bar Knives, Etc. (originals)

PiCs Lot 806

0807. Lot of Twelve Misc. Tool Catalog Reprints. Will be sold choice item.
(1.) J. M. WATERSTON Catlog 25 (MWTCA 1996 Reprint)
(2.) GOODELL PRATT Catalog 7 (Roger K. Smith Reprint)
(3.) "Bench Work In Wood" / Goss (MWTCA 1997 Reprint) + "How To Use Woodworking Tools" (Roger K. Smith Reprint)
(4.) H. CHAPIN'S SON - 1890 (MWTCA 1986 Reprint) + GREENFIELD TOOL CO. 1872 (Ken Roberts Reprint)
(5.) Pocket size assortment - T.B.RAYL, OHIO TOOL, Leonard Bailey, SNAP-ON TOOL & more.
(6.) EAGLE SQUARE, SARGENT, & WINCHESTER (reprints)
(7.) A. J. WILKINSON, BOSTON (MWTCA 2001 Reprint)
(8.) JAMES SWAN CO. 1911 (Ken Roberts Reprint)
(9.) UNDERHILL EDGE TOOL (Ken Roberts Reprint) + LANG & JACOBS (MWTCA Reprint)
(10.) ZENITH TOOLS & CUTLERY MARSHALL-WELLS DULUTH - (MWTCA 1987 Reprint)
(11.) USL BATTERIES (1920) + "Files"/ Jack Corbin (1977) plus American Farmers Almanac 1901 (reprint) + Selections from 1909 SEARS ROEBUCK (1979)
(12.) BUFF & BERGER "Engineers & Surveyors Instruments" 1897 (MWTCA 2004 Reprint)

PiCs Lot 807

0808. Lot of Nine Misc. Tool Catalog Reprints and Original Tool Books, Etc.Will be sold choice item.
(1.) AMERICAN TOOLS / Buck & Hickman, London -1902 (MWTCA Reprint 1989)
(2.) Wm. MARPLES & SONS SHEFFIELD - 1909 (MWTCA Reprint, 1979)
(3.) HAMMACHER, SCHLEMMER & CO. TOOLS FOR ALL TRADE 1896 (MWTCA Reprint, 1978 - pages coming loose)
(4.) C.E. JENNINGS PRICE LIST No. 13 (MWTCA Reprint 1985)
(5.) WINCHESTER 1926 - 1927 PRODUCT CATALOG ( R.L.D. Co. Reprint Copy No. 139)
(6.) HENRY DISSTON & SONS 1914 (Roger K. Smith reprint)
(7.) OTTO YOUNG & CO. CHICAGO (watch, engraving & jewelers tools) (MWTCA Reprint 1988)
(8.) WOODWRIGHT'S SHOP / Roy Underhill (original 1981)
(9.) VANISHING AMERICANA / Everett B. Wilson (original 1961)

PiCs Lot 808

0809. Lot of Twelve Misc. Tool Catalog Reprints. Will be sold choice item.
(1.) HYNSON TOOL & SUPPLY CO. St. Louis No. 52 (1903) (MWTCA Reprint, 1980)
(2.) MILLERS FALLS COMPANY 1887 (Kenneth Roberts Reprint, 1981)
(3.) BUCK BROS. 1890 (chisels, knives, etc.) (Ken Roberts reprint)
(4.) HOOLE MACHINE & ENGRAVING WORKS No. 79 (MWTCA Reprint 1985)
(5.) HIRTH & KRAUSE LEATHER & FINDINGS 1890 (MWTCA Reprint 1980)
(6.) UNITED HARDWARE & TOOL CORP. CATALOG NO. 40 (1925) (MWTCA Reprint, 1983)
(7.) GOODNOW & WIGHTMAN (1882) ( MWTCA reprint)
(8.) JACKSON & TYLER TOOLS & SUPPLIES Baltimore 1880 (MWTCA Reprint 2007)
(9.) RAYL'S WOODWORKERS TOOLS Catalog No. 21 (1905) (Roger K.Smith Reprint, 1976)
(10.) FORTY YEARS OF HARDWARE, by Sanders Norvell. (Reprint)
(11.) PRICE LIST OF THE DAVIS LEVEL & TOOL CO. (Roger K. Smith reprint, 1975)
(12.) MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Catalog No. 57 Spring-Summer 1895. (Dover Publications reprint, 1969)

PiCs Lot 809

0810. Lot of six: Misc. Farm Related Paper Iterms. Will be sold choice item.
(1.) ORANGE JUDD ALMANAC for 1898 (brittle paper, 1st pgs.fragmentary)
(2.) 1897 PLANO ad book for Binders, mowers, headers, etc.
(3.) John Deere pocket ledgers for 1940/41 (Utica, NE dealer) and 1955/56 (Seward, NE dealer) - both unused
(4.) 1901 Farmers & Stockman's Handbook (64 pgs, rough, hole in back cover & last 10 pgs)
(5.) Massey-Harris Repair Catalog No. 1-H with 1932 parts price list.
(6.) OLD ABE'S NEWS (J.I. CASE COLLECTORS) V.1#1-4; V.2#1-4; V.3#2-4; V.4#1,3-4; V.5#1-4; V.6#1-4

PiCs Lot 810

0811. CRESCENT TOOL CO. - JAMESTOWN, NY. - NO. 750 -PATENT PENDING / PATENTS 1994972 - 1994973 - MADE IN USA - - 14.75" wooden handle wire clamping and twisting tool. Patents were issued to Joseph P. Whalan and Louis T. Harkness of Jamestown, NY. on Mar. 19, 1935. Excellent.  PAT  and  PAT

0812. Lot of four: Plier Type Fencing tools.
(1.) MILTEX - - 10.5" with a hammer and staple puller.
(2.) L. A. SAYRE CO. - NEWARK, NJ. - - 10" with double hammer heads.
(3.) Unmarked - - 10.5" with a hammer and staple puller.
(4.) Unmarked - - 10" with double hammer heads. Pitted.

0813. Lot of three: LAKESIDE (Montgomery Ward house brand) 6" Stillson type (two different marking variations) all metal pipe wrenches. Two are missing the adjusting sleeves.

0814. Lot of three: LAKESIDE (Montgomery Ward house brand) combination fencing pliers with double hammer head. All have different marking variations.

0815. Lot of two: Hardware Jobber's Stillson Type Pipe Wrenches.
(1.) 14 - BLUEGRASS (Belknap Hardware Co. - Louisville, KY) - - 12" closed.
(2.) 10 - LAKESIDE (in script) (Montgomery Ward house brand) - - 9.5" closed.

0816. Lot of two: Hardware Jobber's Tools.
(1.) 10 IN - DUNLAP (a Sears & Roebuck brand) - DEPENDABLE QUALITY ("Y" in a circle logo) - - 9.25" closed.
(2.) MOHAWK (house brand used by Blish, Mize, and Silliman Hardware Co. - Atchison KS)- - 10" fencing tool combination pliers with hammer head and staple puller.

PiCs Lots 811 thru 817

0817. Lot of two: Hardware Jobber's Wrenches.
(1.) BLUE GRASS - BELKNAP H. & M. CO. / LOUISVILLE, KY. - - 7" knife type wood handle Stillson type pipe wrench. Excellent.
(2.) WYETH (Wyeth Hardware, St. Joseph, MO) / 1 - - 5.5" alligator wrench and with several wrench openings. in handle. Excellent.

0818. SHAPLEIGH'S - - 13" wooden handled shingling hatchet. Good++.

0819. SHAPLEIGH'S Diamond Edge logo - SWIFT & COMPANY - PAT. APPL'D FOR / QUEEN REGENT TOILET SOAP - - 14" wooden handle advertising crate tool. Good++.

0820. Lot of three: Shapleigh Hardware Co. Diamond Edge Knife Type Wooden Handled Coes Type Monkey Wrenches.
(1.) SHAPLEIGH'S Diamond Edge logo - - 10" with two handle rivets. Good+ with replaced handle slabs?
(2.) SHAPLEIGH'S Diamond Edge logo - - 8" with two handle rivets. Good+ with replaced handle slabs?
(3.) SHAPLEIGH'S Diamond Edge logo - - 8" with one handle rivet. Good++.

0821. REDSTRONG - N S HDW CO (Norvell Shapleigh Hardware Co.) - - 3" padlock with two original keys. Excellent.

0822. KEEN KUTTER with logo - BLACK JACK - SOLID BAR USA - - 10" knife type wooden handled Coes type monkey wrench. Good++ with former owner's initials carved in handle slab (RW).

0823. Lot of three: Shapleigh Hardware Co. Crescent Type Wrenches.
(1.) Keen Kutter with logo - K-8 . SHAPLEIGH'S - ST. LOUIS USA - - 8". Plated finish. Good+ with etched former owner's name (Dudley).
(2.) Keen Kutter with logo - K-6 . SHAPLEIGH'S - ST. LOUIS USA - - 6.5". Plated finish.
(3.) SHAPLEIGH'S - 8 IN - FORGED / ALLOY STEEL - - 8". Plated finish. Excellent.

0824. Lot of two: Simmons Hardware Company Wrenches.
(1.) S. NORVELLS - SURE GRIP - - 6.5" Button Patent type pliers with two wire cutters. Since Sure Grip was a Simmon's Hardware Company brand name I would guess these pliers predates Saunders Norvell's departure from Simmons Hardware to Shapleigh Hardware. Excellent.
(2.) BJ (Black Jack) with Keen Kutter logo - SOLID STEEL - PAT. JAN 14, 96 - MADE IN USA - - 6.5" all metal monkey wrench. Made by Peck, Stow and Wilcox Co. patented by Robert Cosmos Ellrich of Southington, Conn.  PAT

0825. Lot of two: Keen KUTTER Logo Nippers
(1.) 8" with screwdriver and nail claw ends. Good++.
(2.) 6". Excellent.

0826. KEEN KUTTER with logo - PATENTED MAY 26, 03 / FORGED HIGH CARBON STEEL - - 7" adjustable alligator wrench manufactured by Kraeuter & Co. Newark, New Jersey for the E. C. Simmons Hardware Co., St. Louis, MO. Patented by Charles Bonney of Portsmouth, Ohio. Good+. (like S37)  PAT

0827. Lot of two: Simmons Hardware Co. Fencing Pliers.
(1.) BRIDGE TOOL CO. - - 10" with double hammer heads.
(2.) BAY STATE - - 10" with double hammer heads.

PiCs Lots 818 thru 827

0828. Lot of three: Simmons Hardware Company Pliers.
(1.) KEEN KUTTER with logo - -7" slip joint pliers with screwdriver end and side wire cutter. Pliers and plating are excellent.
(2.) OAK LEAF (Simmons house brand) - - 6.5" slip joint pliers with screwdriver end and wire cutter. Good++.
(3.) KEEN KUTTER with logo - - 5.5" small slip joint pliers with screwdriver end and wire cutter. Good++ with plating, weak markings.

0829. Lot of three: Keen Kutter Wrenches
(1.) KEEN KUTTER with logo - - 6" double ended flat steel alligator wrench with three rethreading dies. Good++ with small spot of pitting.
(2.) KEEN KUTTER with logo - PAT JULY 26, 98 / 40 - - 5.5" forged alligator wrench with several nut wrench openings in handle. Design patent was granted to Sanford S. Vaughan of Chicago, ILL. Exzcellent.  PAT
(3.) )KEEN KUTTER with logo - K380 / LIGHT SERVICE WRENCH - 1/4 - 3/16 - - 6.25" double open ended S-wrench. Good++.

0830. Lot of WINCHESTER TRADE MARK replacement upper pipe jaws and adjusting nuts for Winchester pipe wrenches. Lot has two 8" jaws, two 6" jaws, one 8" adjusting nut and three 6" adjusting nuts. All are New Old Stock in Excellent, Unused condition.

0831. WINCHESTER - TRADE MARK - 1034 - USA / PAT. 3-14-22 - - 18" all metal pipe wrench. Patent was issued to Guy C. Claypoole of Hamden, Conn. and assigned to the Winchester Repeating Arms Co. Good++.  PAT

0832. WINCHESTER TRADE MARK - MADE IN USA - 1528 - - 9" double open end S-wrench. Good+, minor edge dings.

0833. WINCHESTER - TRADE MARK - MADE IN USA / PAT. 3-14-22 - - 14" all metal pipe wrench. See Lot 831 for patent info. Good+.  PAT

0834. WINCHESTER TRADE MARK - MADE IN USA - 2498 - 8" - WINCHESTER also marked inside of both handles - - 8" slip joint pliers with screwdriver end and wire cutter. Good+ with some hammer dings and plain finish.

0835. WINCHESTER - TRADE MARK - NO. - - 1005 (marked on shaft, with the correct Winchester number) - - 15" wood knife handled Coes type nut wrench. Good++ as found, uncleaned condition.

0836. WINCHESTER TRADE MARK - MADE IN USA - 2467 - 7" - - 7" slip joint pliers with screwdriver end and wire cutter below jaws. Good++.

0837. WINCHESTER TRADE MARK - MADE IN USA - - 7.25" slip joint pliers with screwdriver end and wire cutters. Pliers and plating are in Good++ condition.

0838. WINCHESTER TRADE MARK - OCTOBER SPECIAL - - 6" slip joint pliers with screwdriver end and wire cutter. Good+ with 90 percent plating.

0839. WINCHESTER TRADE MARK - MADE IN USA - 2495 - 5" - - 5.5" slip joint pliers with screwdriver end and wire cutter. Pliers and plating Good++ with some weak markings.

0840. WINCHESTER TRADEMARK - MADE IN USA - 2498 - 8" - WINCHESTER also marked inside of both handles - - 8" slip joint pliers with screwdriver end and wire cutter. Pliers and plating Good++.

0841. WINCHESTER TRADEMARK - MADE IN USA - 2109 - 10" - - 10.5" Slip joint pliers with a wire cutter and screwdriver end. Good++ with original black finish.

PiCs Lots 828 thru 841

Choice Box Lots (will be sold choice wrench)

Choice Box 001:Forty-eight Pounds of All Metal Monkey Wrenches.
(1.) 21.5" RAILROAD SPECIAL - J. H. WILLIAMS & CO. (with Whitman & Barnes logo). Good++.
(2.) 21" PEXTO 21 - - Excellent.
(3.) 21" THE LAMSON & SESSIONS CO. PAT'D - CLEVELAND, O. (with a star logo on the handle) - - Good+ with some small jaw chips.
(4.) 21" GIRARD WRENCH MFG. CO - GIRARD, PA / RAILROAD ROUGH - - With patterned handle. Good++.
(5.) 18". Whitman &: Barnes Co. in a diamond logo / SANTA FE ROUTE (Santa Fe's oldest reporting mark) - - Replacement bolt and nut in handle.

PiCs Lot CB-1

Choice Box 002: Extra large John Deere and IHC wrenches.
(1.) 486131R1 (IHC) - - 30.5" combine rocker wrench.
(2.) JOHN DEERE N134294 - - 31". Marked down the shaft variant. (D473)
(3.) Unmarked(John Deere A577R) - - 28" John Deere tractor offset lug wrench and pry bar, 6" offset variant. (D184)
(4.) Unmarked (IHC cultivator wrench?) - - 45"
(5.) Unmarked (John Deere D2063R) - - 28". (D297)
(6.) Unmarked (John Deere 22612) - - 24" with 1.75" hex box end. (D136)
(7.) Unmarked(John Deere M3420T) - - 20.5" with 1.5" open end (D455)

PiCs Lot CB-2

Choice Box 003: John Deere Wrenches
(1.) JOHN DEERE N134294 - - 33". Marked around the shaft variant. (D471)
(2.) Unmarked (John Deere D742) - - 26". D289)
(3.) Marked only MADE IN USA (JOHN DEERE B353R) - - 19". (D250)
(4.) Marked R34827R MADE IN USA (John Deere) - - 18.5". (D510)
(5.) Unmarked (John Deere B353R?)- - 19".
(6.) Marked only MADE IN USA (John Deere B353R) - - 19.25". (D250)
(7.) Marked R34827 MADE IN USA - - 18.5". (D509)
(8.) Marked only MADE IN USA (John Deere B2297R) - - 18.5". (D267)

PiCs Lot CB-3

Choice Box 004:Misc. Farm Wrenches.
(1.) Unmarked RD2108 (Moline Plow Co) - - 22".
(2.) Unmarked V4194 (Moline Plow Co) - - 18".
(3.) Unmarked V4194 (Moline Plow Co) - - 18". Bent.
(4.) Unmarked V4194 (Moline Plow Co) - - 18".
(5.) Unmarked - - 24" doe.
(6.) W402 (Emerson-Brantingham, Rockford, ILL.) - - 17".

PiCs Lot CB-4

Choice Box 005: Ford (script) Model "T" and "A" T1387 Adjustable Automotive Type Wrenches Lot of ten:
(1.) FORD (on top of top jaw) MOORE DROP FORGING CO - SPFLED, MASS. - - 9". Jaw crack.
(2.) FORD USA (on side of lower jaws) "M" logo (Manzel) - - 8"
(3.) FORD USA (on side of lower jaws) "M" logo (Manzel) - - 8"
(4.) FORD (on top of top jaw) only markings - - 9". Different style.
(5.) FORD USA (on side of lower jaws) "M" logo (Manzel) - - 10.25" with square box end wrench crudely welded on end of handle.
(6.) FORD (on top of top jaw) BARCALO BUFFALO USA - - 9".
(7.) FORD (on top of top jaw) MOORE DROP FORGING CO - SPFLED, MASS. - - 9".
(8.) FORD (on top of top jaw) MOORE DROP FORGING CO - SPFLED, MASS. - - 9".
(9.) FORD (on top of top jaw) MOORE DROP FORGING CO - SPFLED, MASS. - - 9".
(10.) FORD (on top of top jaw) MOORE DROP FORGING CO - SPFLED, MASS. - - 9.25" with drain plug wrench on end of handle (Model "A").

Choice Box 006: Ford (script) Slip Joint Pliers. All have the screwdriver on end of the handle.
(1.) FORD (on top handle) with McKaig Hatch's "M H" in a circle logo - - 6.5"
(2.) FORD (on bottom handle) - HERBRAND (script) - - 6.5"
(3.) FORD (on top handle) with McKaig Hatch's "M H" in a circle logo - - 6.5"
(4.) FORD (on bottom handle) with McKaig Hatch's "M H" in a circle logo - - 6.5"
(5.) FORD (on bottom handle) with McKaig Hatch's "M H" in a circle logo - - 6.5"
(6.) FORD (on bottom handle) only markings. - - 6.5". Excellent with galvanized finish.

PiCs Lots CB-5 thru 6

Choice Box 007: Egg Beater Type Valve Grinders
(1.) SIOUX (inside logo) ALBERTSON & CO - SIOUX CITY, IA - PATENTED - - 9". Screwdriver bit end (owner modified?).
(2.) SIOUX (inside logo) ALBERTSON & CO - SIOUX CITY, IA - PATENTED - - 12" with attachment.
(3.) SIOUX (inside logo) ALBERTSON & CO - SIOUX CITY, IA - PATENTED - - 11" with attachment.
(4.) Unmarked - - 11" with attachment.

Choice Box 008: Ford (script) Slip Joint Pliers. All have the screwdriver on end of the handle.
(1.) FORD (on bottom handle) only markings. - - 6.5". Tips of jaws have grind marks.
(2.) FORD (on top handle) with a "B" in an oval logo. - - 6.75". Larger Ford script than usual, lighter and longer than most.
(3.) FORD (on top handle) with McKaig Hatch's "M H" in a circle logo - - 6.5"
(4.) FORD (on bottom handle) with McKaig Hatch's "M H" in a circle logo - - 6.5"
(5.) FORD (on top handle) only markings. - - 6.5".

PiCs Lots CB-7 thru 8

Choice Box 009: Misc. Automotive Tools.
(1.) Unmarked - - 11.5" valve spring lifter.
(2.) ORO (in script to resemble Ford script logo) - - 12". Oro was a trade name used by the Au-To Compressor Co Wilmington, Ohio.
(3.) Unmarked - - 12" valve spring lifter. Excellent with plated finish.
(4.) KEN TOOL - G17 - - 8.5" universal drain plug wrench with eight sizes
(5.) BARCALO BUFFALO USA / DROP FORGED STEEL - - 10" after market Ford Model "T" sparkplug and cylinder head wrench.

Choice Box 010: Misc. Automotive Tools.
(1.) NASH - 3 - - 7.5" double open wrench.
(2.) NASH - 1 - - 7.5" double open wrench. Some pitting.
(3.) HM (in an oval logo) 14 - 17 / R K logo - - 5.25" Honda Motorcycle double open end wrench.
(4.) Marked only: SPARK PLUG GAP GAGE .O32 - - 6" comb tool with several wrenches, screwdriver, feeler gauge, and compartment for holding sheer pins. Evidently a small engine tool (have been told it is for outboard boat engines). Excellent.
(5.) J. H. WILLIAMS & CO. - BUFFALO, NY (in an oval logo) - - 8" spark plug type wrench.
(6.) 8" BAHCO - 31 - VOLVO / V-STEEL - AB BAHCO - SWEDEN - - 8" Crescent type wrench with alligator wrench on end. Adjusting gear is missing.

Choice Box 011: Misc. Automotive Tools.
(1.) Marked only MADE IN USA - - 10" tire balancing weight tool?
(2.) P-D-Q - WEIGHT TOOL - PAT. 2314145 - - 9.5" tire balancing weight tool. Patent was issued to Harry J. Kalajian of Detroit, Mich. on 3-16-1943 and assigned to Harley C. Loney also of Detroit.  PAT
(3.) HUNTER - ST LOUIS TRIM-A-WATE - P-100 - - 10" plier type tool with hammer, crimper, screwdriver, etc. For wheel weights?
(4.) HERBRAND FREMONT 0 - - 9" automotive type adjustable wrench.
(5.) AUTO - TRIMO 10 - TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY, MASS. USA / TRADEMARK "TRIMO" - ALL FORGED STEEL - CASE HARDENED - PATENTED JULY 19, 1904 - - 10" size nut wrench. The July 19, 1904 patented all metal wrenches have a distinctive slotted shaft on the adjustable jaw. Patented by Alfred G. Ely of New York, NY. Jaws are slightly sprung, some jaw edge damage.  PAT

PiCs Lots CB-9 thru 11

Choice Box 012: Lot of Six Buggy Wrenches. Including one marked 3315B (Lot 11-1) and an unusual Five opening example (Lot 12-5).

Choice Box 013: Buggy Wrenches
(1.) 7306C (with Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo) - - 6.25". Good++.
(2.) IDEAL - - 8.5". Severe pitting, bolt holding spring is broken.
(3.) F103 (orphan) - - 6.25". Excellent. (no info)
(4.) DAYTON / PATENTED (with Dayton's "D" in a circle logo) - - 8.5". Good++.
(5.) 2320D / PATD - - 7.5". Good++.

Choice Box 014: Buggy and Wagon Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 10.5" (2.25" jaws) wagon wrench/pin.
(2.) Unmarked - - 10.25" (2.5" jaws) wagon wrench/pin. John Deere type with groove in back of jaw. Good++.
(3.) 2320D - - 9". buggy wrench. Marking weak, some damage to the square box end.
(4.) Unmarked - - 8.5" buggy wrench.
(5.) Unmarked - - 6.5" small buggy type wrench. Excellent.

PiCs Lots CG-12 thru 14

Choice Box 015: Misc. Plumbing Wrenches
(1.) ARROW - PAT. APPLD - - 8" odd What's It. Wrench, spreader or clamp?
(2.) ANDREE WRENCH - 8 IN - PAT-1377178 - - 8" basin wrench with a reversible jaw. Patented May 10, 1921 by Arthur G. H. Andree of Oak Park, IL. Good Plus. (S60)  PAT
(3.) ANDREE BASIN WRENCH CO. - OAK PARK, ILL. ("S" in a circle logo) - PAT'D MAY 10, 1927 - - 8" basin wrench like Lot 15-2 above but with different markings and slightly older and stouter looking. First one I've seen.
(4.) LEADER SPECIALTY CO / INDPL'S, IND. / PAT'D APPLD FOR - - 7" internal and external screw wrench for spuds and pipe nipples. Patented July 15, 1924 by Claud J. Mick of Indianapolis, Ind. and assigned to the Leader Specialty Co. same place. (not listed)  PAT
(5.) "SPEEDY" ADJUSTABLE SPUD WRENCH - CHICAGO SPEC. MFG. CO. - - 5.5". It's good the use was marked on the wrench as I didn't have a clue. First one seen. Excellent.

Choice Box 016: Ford and Fordson Plow Wrenches. Double opened wrenches with ruler markings to measure the plow furrow depth.
(1.) 9N17014 (with Ford Motor Co. logo) and ruler markings / 15 - - 10.5".
(2.) 9N17014 (with Ford Motor Co. logo) and ruler markings / 26 - - 10.5".
(3.) 9N17014 FORD (script) USA and ruler markings / 10 - - 10.5". Pitting.
(4.) FERGUSON - TO-17014 / 11/16 - 1-1/16 and ruler markings - - 10.5". For Ferguson tractor plows. Would date between the Ford-Ferguson breakup and the formation of the Massey Harris Ferguson Company.
(5.) Marked only with the ruler markings - - 10.5".

Choice Box 017: Eagle Claw (Parrot Head) And Similar Plier Type Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 13". Like Eagle Claw Wrenches. 10".
(2.) Unmarked - - 13". Like Eagle Claw Wrenches. Over all light pitting.
(3.) EAGLE CLAW WRENCH - M. T. CO. - ROCKFORD, ILL. - PAT FEB 6, 12 - - 13". Replaced bolt and nut.
(4.) Unmarked - - 10.75". Like Eagle Claw Wrenches. Jaws at 45 degrees variation.

PiCs Lots CB-15 thru 17

Choice Box 018: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) 5E / IHC logo (IHC part 8E or 13067D) - - 11.75" loop handle variation. Some pitting.
(2.) 5E / 7E - IHC logo (IHC part 8E or 13067D) - - 11.75" loop handle variation. Some pitting, over cleaned.
(3.) 5E - 7E / IHC logo (IHC part 8E or 13067D) - - 12" solid handle variation.
(4.) 1E / 2E - IHC logo (IHC part 4E) - - 9" loop handle variation.
(5.) 1E - 2E - IHC logo / IHC log and Mc logo (IHC part 4E) - - 9" solid handle variation.

Choice Box 019: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) F9136 - IHC logo - - 9.5".
(2.) I. H. C. O. G3170 - IHC logo - - 11.75". Pitted.
(3.) P1599 - IHC logo(all embossed) / P1599 (debossed) - - 12"
(4.) P890 X - IHC logo / C (IHC, earlier Osborne) - - 7.25". P890 and IHC logo both embossed.
(5.) U50 / CANADA - IH logo - - 8.25".
(6.) UA51 - IHC logo / CANADA - - 9". Stepped jaw variation.

Choice Box 020: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) IHC logo - G3172 - - 6.75".
(2.) 127347DA - IHC logo - - 5.25".
(3.) 1595E - IHC logo - - 5.75".
(4.) IHC logo - 379 - Ends marked: 9/16 - 7/16 - - 7".
(5.) IHC logo - G3171 - - 7.75".
(6.) IHC logo - G3173 (both number. and logo embossed) / G3173 (debossed) - - 4.5". Unlisted variation.

PiCs Lots CB-18 thru 20

Choice Box 021: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) P1189 (IHC, originally Osborne) - - 14" double socket. Some pitting.
(2.) P1502 / IHC logo (IHC, originally Osborne) - - 12.25" double socket. Pitting.
(3.) OSBORNE (later IHC) - P459 - 14" double socket. Good+.
(4.) PA1189 (Osborne, later IHC) - - 12.25" double socket. Good++.
(5.) 1059B - IHC logo - D - - 8.5" with six openings. Painted.
(6.) IH - 45662DA - - 12" offset double hex socket.

Choice Box 022: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) H3769M - - 15.75" offset hex box by open end.
(2.) Unmarked (IHC 10720D) - - 9" with two 7/8" sockets. Old style with ridge variant.
(3.) P1599 - IHC logo(all embossed) / P1599 (debossed) - - 12"
(4.) 373942R1 - IH - 1-1/8 - - 9" single box end. Painted red.
(5.) IH 373941R2 - 1-1/5/16" - - 14.75" single box end. Painted red.
(6.) 350370R1 (IHC) - 1 - 1-1/4 - 14" double box end. Painted red.

PiCs Lots GB-21 and 22

Choice Box 023: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) HE911 - IHC logo / CANADA - - 7.25". Some pitting.
(2.) HE911 - IHC logo - - 7.25". Excellent.
(3.) HE911 - IHC logo - - 7.25". Good+.
(4.) H911 / Pitman logo - - 7.25". Good+.
(5.) HD911 - IHC logo - (two raised dots) - - 7.25", Jaw repairs.
(6.) HD911 - IHC logo - - 7.25". Good+.

Choice Box 024: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) 4359 (P & O later IHC) - - 12.75". Some pitting.
(2.) IHC logo - 5283 and a "D" (originally P & O) - - 9.5". - - 10" RARE variant marked with part number and an extra square cutout on the shaft (not on Irps' list). Has some pitting.
(3.) 1059B - IHC logo / Mc logo (IHC, earlier McCormick) - - 8.25" with six openings. Good++.
(4.) ZA810 / IHC logo (IHC, originally McCormick) - - 9.25" pitman wrench. Embossed vertically variant.
(5.) >H523 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 8" double open ended S-wrench. Has some Pitting.
(6.) R197 (McCormick-IHC)- - 8.25". Some pitting.
(7.) IHC logo - 1595E - - 6.25" double open ended.

Choice Box 025: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) R172 (debossed) (Osborne, later IHC) - - 6.25" open end by square box with small hammer head. Planet Jr. type.
(2.) Z811 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 7.5" double open end S-wrench.
(3.) IHC logo - Z812 (IHC, originally McCormick) - - 7" double open end S-wrench. Good+.
(4.) IHC logo - GA3171 - - 8" double open ends.
(5.) I. H. CO - 12335D / IHC logo - F - - 8" double open ends. Good++.
(6.) Z810 (embossed) - IHC logo (debossed) (IHC, originally McCormick) - - 7" pitman wrench.
(7.) Unmarked (IHC HD721) - - 8.25" loop handled screw driver.

PiCs Lots CB-23 thru 25

Choice Box 026: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) 509 (Osborne, later IHC, later E&B) - - 7.75". Good+.
(2.) H523 1/2 (IHC) - - 6.5" double open end S-wrench issued with International Harvester Auto wagons, early gas engines, and threshing machines. Good+.
(3.) P28 (Plano, later IHC) - - 8.5". Embossed numbers. Good++.
(4.) 256 (Hoosier Drill Co., Richmond, Indiana Later American Seeding Machine Co. and IHC) - - 8". Embossed numbers. Good+.
(5.) S-1 (Milwaukee, later IHC)- - 7.5". Numbers debossed on end variation. Good++.
(6.) M231 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 6.75" open back, solid bar variation. Some pitting.
(7.) D736 / IHC logo (IHC, originally William Deering & Co.) - - 5.5" pitman wrench. Good+.

Choice Box 027: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) 2715 / (IHC logo) - O (IHC, earlier P & O) - - 9.25". Numbers and logo debossed. Good++.
(2.) Z811 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 7.5" double open end S-wrench.
(3.) M231 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 7". Open back, notched bar variation.
(4.) IHC logo - 21264D - - 7.25". Good++.
(5.) IHC logo - G3525 - - 7". Good+
(6.) M231 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 6.5". Solid back, solid bar variation.
(7.) I.H.CO. G3525 / F - - 7". Spot of pitting.

Choice Box 028: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) IHC logo - 1326E - - 7". Light pitting.
(2.) H523 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 8.25" double open ended S-wrench. Some pitting.
(3.) 383 - IHC logo (ends marked 11/16" and 5/8") - - 9". Edge ding.
(4.) P890 / IHC logo (IHC, earlier Osborne) - - 7.25". P890 and IHC logo both embossed. Pitting.
(5.) D736 / IHC logo (IHC, originally William Deering & Co.) - - 5.5" pitman wrench. Minor pitting.
(6.) 12737DA - IHC logo - - - 5.5". Some pitting.
(7.) 12737D - IHC logo - - - 5.5". Some pitting.

PiCs Lots CB-26 thru 28

Choice Box 029: Coes All Metal Monkey Wrenches. Patented by Frederick Searle on Dec 24, 1901.  PAT
(1.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER - MASS. / MADE UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - SANTA FE - - 8.25". Good++ with some very minor dings. (HP55)
(2.)
(3.) COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER, MASS. USA / MFD UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 10". Good++ with a few very minor dings. (HP58)
(4.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER - MASS. USA (straight line variant) / MADE UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 12.5" with a ball bearing to hold the adjustment knurl in place. Good with some hammer damage on edge. (HP56)
(5.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER - MASS. USA (straight line variant) / MADE UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 15" with the ball bearing to hold the adjusting knurl in place feature. Poor with major pitting, bent shaft. (HP56)

Choice Box 030: Coes Knife Type Wooden Handled Monkey Wrenches.
(1.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER, MASS / L. COES PATD. JULY 6, 1880 - JULY 8, 1884 - - 10". Good+. (HP45)  PAT and  PAT
(2.) COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER, MASS. USA / MFD UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 10". Good++. (HP58).
(3.) COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER, MASS. USA / MFD UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 10". Good++. (HP58).
(4.) COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER, MASS. USA / MFD UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 8". Good+. (HP58).
(5.) COES WRENCH CO - SPRINGFIELD, MASS USA /MADE IN USA UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 6.5". Variation not in Page's book. Good+. (similar to HP63)

Choice Box 031: Coes Wood Handled Jog Bar Wrenches with the Steam Engine Governor Logo.  PAT and  PAT
(1.) A. G. COES & CO WORCESTER, MASS. / PAT'D (steam engine logo) DEC 26, 1871 - - 8". Variation not in Page's book). Good+. (see HP20 thru HP23)
(2.) A. G. COES & CO WORCESTER, MASS. / (reverse side has no markings ) - - 12". Good++. (Variation not in Page's book)
(3.) A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 (steam engine governor logo)& DEC 26, 71 - - 12". Good++. (HP21)
(4.) A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 (steam engine governor logo)& DEC 26, 71 - - 10". Good+ with some light pitting. (HP21)
(5.) No markings or can't read markings on this 10" Coes Jog Bar monkey wrench. Good with some edge damage, light pitting, modified handle.

PiCs Lots CB-29 thru 31

Choice Box 032: Coes Wooden Handled Jog Bar Monkey Wrenches.  PAT
(1.) A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 (steam engine governor logo) & DEC 26, 71 - - 12" Good+. (HP21)
(2.) A. G. COES & CO. - WORCESTER MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 (steam engine governor logo) & DEC 28, 75 - - 12". Good+ with some light pitting. (HP22)
(3.) A. G. COES & CO. - WORCESTER MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 (steam engine governor logo) & DEC 28, 75 - - 10". Good+ with minor dings. (HP22)
(4.) A. G. COES & CO WORCESTER, MASS. / PAT'D (steam engine logo) DEC 26, 1871 - - 8". Variation not in Page's book). Good+. (see HP20 thru HP23)
(5.) A. G. COES & CO WORCESTER, MASS. / PAT'D (steam engine logo) DEC 25, 1871 - - 8". Stamping error Dec 25, 1871 instead of Dec 26, 1871, variation not in Page's book). Good+. (see HP20 thru HP23)
(6.) A. G. COES & CO WORCESTER, MASS. / PAT'D (steam engine logo) DEC 25, 1871 - - 8". Stamping error Dec 25, 1871 instead of Dec 26, 1871, variation not in Page's book). Good with some weak markings, tight handle crack. (see HP20 thru HP23)
(7.) A. G. COES & CO WORCESTER, MASS. / PAT'D (steam engine logo) DEC 26, 1871 - - 8". Variation not in Page's book). Good+. (see HP20 thru HP23)

Choice Box 033: Coes Wood Handled and one all Metal Monkey Wrenches.
(1.) A. G. COES (only markings readable) - - 15". Poor with sprung jaws, unreadable markings, replaced handle nut.
(2.) A. G. COES - WORCESTER MASS. / A. G. COES - PAT"D MAR. 6, 1866 - - 15" with patented two piece locking ferrule. Good+ with some weak markings, minor dings, tight handle crack. (HP12)  PAT
(3.) COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER, MASS. USA / MFD UNDER L. COES  PATS - STEEL - - 12". Good++ with former owner's initials (R S W). (similar to HP58)
(4.) L. COES & CO. - WORCESTER, MASS. / L. COES PAT'D MAY 4TH, 1869 - - 12" with a metal tube inside the handle to ease the strain on the wooden handle. Patented by George C. Taft and assigned to Loring Coes. Good+ with some minor dings, repaired handle crack. (HP42)  PAT
(5.) L. COES & CO WORCESTER, MASS PACIFIC MILLS / PACIFIC MILLS L. COES PAT'D JUNE 26, 1866 - MAR 23, 1869 (both are George Taft patents) - - 12" with round wood handle and locking nut inside the ferrule. First model Loring Coes made after the break up of L. & A. G. Coes. Good with some dings, some unreadable markings, couple tight handle crack. (HP26)  PAT and  PAT.(6.) COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER, MASS. USA / MFD UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 12" with knife type wood handle. Good++ with a few minor dings. (variation not in Pages book, see HP58 for all metal wrench with same markings)  PAT
(7.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER, MASS / L. COES PATD. JULY 6, 1880 - JULY 8, 1884 - - 15" with knife type handles. Good++. (HP45)  PAT and  PAT

PiCs Lots CB-32 and 33

Choice Box 034: Coes Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches.
(1.) COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER, MASS. USA / MFD UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 21" with knife type wood handle. Good++ with a few minor dings, excellent handle. (variation not in Pages book, see HP58 for all metal wrench with same markings)  PAT
(2.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER MASS / L. COES PAT'D DEC 15 1891 - APR 30 1895 - - 21" knife type handle with extended spurs. Good++ with some minor dings. (HP50)
(3.) COES WRENCH CO. WORCESTER MASS. U.S.A./ MADE IN U.S.A - UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 21" with wood knife type handle. Good++. (HP53)
(4.) COES WRENCH CO. / L. COES PAT'D DEC 15, 1891, APR 30, 95 (most of the markings not readable) - - 21" knife type handle with extended spurs. Light pitting with most of the markings unreadable, handle cracks and chips. (HP50)
(5.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER, MASS / L. COES PATD. JULY 6, 1880 - JULY 8, 1884 - - 21" with knife type handles. Uncleaned as found condition with small crack on shaft. (HP45)  PAT and  PAT
(6.) A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 (steam engine governor logo) & DEC 26, 71 - - 18" Scarce size Jog Bar wood handle nut wrench. Good with some dings, repaired handle with crude band, handle cracks. (HP21)

PiCs Lot CB-34

Choice Box 035: Double Ended Alligator Wrenches all with Rethreading Dies
(1.) CROCODILE - HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. - MARSHALLTOWN, IA - - 8.5" with a screwdriver on end of one jaw. Patented by Charles Benesh of Wahpeton, North Dakota on Feb. 17, 1903. Good++. (S7)  PAT
(2.) EDMONDS METZEL MFG CO - CHICAGO - UNIVERSAL GRIP (with an "EM" in a diamond logo) - APRIL 3, 1906 - - 8". Patent was issued to Jay D. Edmonds of Chicago, ILL. Good++. (S7)  PAT
(3.) THE HAWKEYE - HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. MARSHALLTOWN, IA / PAT. 720554 - - 8". Patent was issued to Charles Benesh of Wahpeton, North Dakota on Feb. 17, 1903. Good++.  PAT
(4.) SAXON WRENCH - DROP FORGED STEEL / THE KILBORN & BISHOP CO. - NEW HAVEN, CONN. USA - - 8.25". Good++. (S8)
(5.) EVERREADY - MADE IN USA - HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. MARSHALLTOWN, IA - - 8" stamped steel. Good++.  PAT

Choice Box 036: Alligator Wrenches.
(1.) DUCK BILL / SR. - - 7" double ended alligator wrench. Duck Bill Senior and Junior alligator wrenches are listed in 1908 and earlier Simmons Hardware Co. Catalogs. Good++.
(2.) TIGER / 1 - - 5.25" double alligator wrench.
(3.) VAUGHAN & BUSHNELL MFG. CO - NO. 1 - - 5" double alligator wrench. Good with light pitting.
(4.) BONNEY CROCODILE - 1 - - 5.75" stamped steel single ended alligator wrench with several sizes of wrench openings in handle shaft. Good++.
(5.) INVOLUTE WRENCH -TOWER & LYONS CO - PAT'D OCT 30, 1900 - - 5.5" single ended alligator wrench with a screwdriver on the end. First wrench in "The Book". Pat. by Maschil D. Converse of New York, NY. Some light pitting. (S1)  PAT

Choice Box 037: Coes Knife Type Wooden Handled Monkey Wrenches.
(1.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER MASS. / L. COES' PAT'S APR. 30, 1895 - MAY 15, 1900 - STEEL - - 12". Marking variation not in Herb Page's book, (similar to HP51). Fair with dings, cracked and chipped handle.  PAT and  PAT
(2.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER MASS / L. COES PAT'D MAY 15, 1900 STEEL - - 10". Good with some dings, previous owner's initial. (HP52)  PAT
(3.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER MASS / L. COES PAT'D MAY 15, 1900 STEEL - - 8". Fair with some dings, pitting. (HP52)  PAT
(4.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER MASS / L. COES PAT'D JULY 6 1880 - JULY 8, 1884 - - 6.5". Good++. (HP45)  PAT and  PAT
(5.) COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER, MASS. USA / MFD UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 15". Good++ with a few minor edge dings. (variation not in Pages book, see HP58 for all metal wrench with same markings)

PiCs Lots CB-35 thru 37

Choice Box 038: Lot of Five Unmarked Bicycle or Pocket Wrenches. 5" to 5.5".

Choice Box 039: Bicycle or Pocket Wrenches.
(1.) WAKEFIELD WRENCH - MADE IN WORCESTER, MASS USA / NO. 7 - - 4.25" side screw adjust with hollow sleeve type handle. Good+.
(2.) - D - MOSSBERG WRENCH CO. - ATTLEBORO, MASS USA - PAT. MAY 25. '97 - - 4.25" side adjust with hollow handle sleeve. Patented by Simon W. Wardwell, Jr. of Providence, Rhode Island. Usually found without the patent date marking. Good+. (S877)  PAT
(3.) BILLINGS & SPENCER CO - HARTFORD, CT. USA / C. E. BILLINGS PAT'D Feb. 18, 1879 - - 4" center screw adjust with shaft exposed on one side, without oil holes variation. One of Billings' first wrenches. Good+, jaws slightly sprung and stamped with former owner's name (G. M. Ball).  PAT
(4.) Unmarked - - 4" center screw adjust with brass adjusting nut. Good++.
(5.) BILLINGS & SPENCER CO - HARTFORD, CONN. (with a "B" in triangle logo) / C. E. BILLINGS PAT'D Feb. 18, 1879 - - 4.25" center screw adjust with shaft exposed on one side and no oil holes variation. Jaws slightly sprung, minor edge damage.  PAT

Choice Box 040: Bicycle or Pocket Wrenches.
(1.) Unmarked - - 6" laminated pressed steel screw adjust nut wrench. (S99B)
(2.) Unmarked - - 6" twist handle nut wrench. Lighter and simpler version of the Acme wrenches. These wrenches resemble Frederick Seymour's Feb. 27, 1883 patent drawing more closely than the Acme and Hercules wrenches do. (S364)  PAT
(3.) A & M BUFFALO, N.Y. - - 5" center screw adjust bicycle wrench with a hollow sleeve type handle. (S114)
(4.) MOSSBERG A-1 - - 5" side adjust bike wrench.
(5.) Lot of six pieces: Four OXWELD small ignition type wrenches, one small double open end wrench marked 0.3MM / 0.4MM and a cast square socket for a carpenters brace.

PiCs Lots CB-38 thru 40

Choice Box 041: Westcott Curved Handle Crescent Type Adjustable Wrenches.
(1.) Westcott - THE KEYSTONE MFG. CO. / BUFFALO NY USA - 14 INCH NO. 84 - - 14" closed handle variant. Excellent with most of original finish.
(2.) WESTCOTT - THE KEYSTONE MFG. CO. - BUFFALO NY USA / AUTO 8 INCH - - 8" with curved open handle. Good, over cleaned.
(3.) WESTCOTT - THE KEYSTONE MFG. CO. / THE KEYSTONE MFG. CO.- 8 INCH NO. 78 - - 8" closed handle variant. Excellent like new, unused condition with all of the original finish.
(4.) WESTCOTT / 6 INCH - - 6" with curved open handle.
(5.) 6in WESTCOTT - THE KEYSTONE MFG. CO. / THE KEYSTONE MFG. CO. - STEEL FORGING - - 6" with solid curved handle. Scarce early forged variant. Good+ with stamped former owner's name.
(6.) WESTCOTT - THE KEYSTONE MFG. CO. - BUFFALO NY USA / 6 INCH - - 6" with curved open handle.

Choice Box 042: Crescent Type Wrenches
(1.) THE BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. / TREATED STEEL FORGING - 10IN. (with the "B" in a diamond logo)- - 10" with curved handle. Good++, stamped with former owner's initials (BAM).
(2.) BONNEY - PATENTED JUNE 1, 19 [sic] / 8 IN - - 8" with curved open handle. Patent was issued on June 1. 1915 to Joseph G. Baker of Allentown,. Penn. and assigned to J. Edward Durham (President of Bonney Vise & Tool Works). Good++.  PAT
(3.) BARCALO - 8 / BUFFALO 8 - - 8" with curved open handled. Good+.
(4.) 7" KEYSTONE No 77 / THE KEYSTONE MFG CO - BUFFALO, NY - - 7" with straight handle. Good++.
(5.) DROP FORGED - BARCALO / MODEL N6 - BUFFALO - - 6" straight handle with tulip shaped hang hole. Good+ with some light pitting.
(6.) BARCALO BUFFALO / 6 IN - DROP FORGED STEEL - - 6" with straight handle. Good++.

Choice Box 043: Six Inch Curved Handled Crescent Type Wrenches
(1.) B & C / 6 IN. - - open handled variant.
(2.) BARCALO-BUFFALO / 6 IN. - - open handled variant.
(3.) BARCALO - 6 / BUFFALO - 6 - - With open handle. Good++.
(4.) THE BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. / TREATED STEEL FORGING - 10IN. (with the "B" in a diamond logo)- - Good++.
(5.) ROBINSON / DROP FORGED STEEL - - Good++ with stamped former owner's name (Innis or Sinni?).

PiCs Lots CB-41 thru 43

Choice Box 044: Deere Van Brunt Wrenches.
(1.) VANBRUNT - - No stud variant.
(2.) VAN BRUNT
(3.) VAN BRUNT
(4.) VAN BRUNT / D380
(5.) VAN BRUNT / D380 with JD logo

Choice Box 045: Various Deere wrenches. All have severe pitting.
(1.) Unmarked Deere 136.
(2.) Unmarked Deere 136
(3.) Deere 196 - - Two square holes variant.
(4.) Deere 196 - - Two square holes variant.
(5.) Deere 196 - -Solid on double end variant.
(6.) D & M (Deere & Mansur

Choice Box 046: Farm Wrenches.
(1.) Unmarked - -9.5". Like Oliver / IH F239. Good+.
(2.) 7350B (Wm. E. Pratt Mfg.. Co. - Chicago) - - 7" S-wrench. Pitted,
(3.) Unmarked - - 9" Farmer's S-type wrench. 3 oe by 3oe. Good++.
(4.) L298 / Link Belt's dogbone logo (New Idea Spreader Co. - Coldwater, Ohio) - - 7.5". Good+ with light pitting..
(5.) 418L (Rude Bros. Spreader Co. later Liberty Spreader Co. both of Liberty, Indiana) - - 7.75". Excellent.

PiCs Lots CB-44 thru 46

Choice Box 047: Farm Wrenches
(1.) B.F. AVERY AND SONS / J97 - - 10". Pitted.
(2.) D304 (Eureka Mower Co. - Utica, New York) - - 9". Painted, pitted.
(3.) Unmarked - - 9" farmers s-type, 3 oe by 3 oe. Pitted.
(4.) L299 with Link Belt's dogbone logo (New Idea Spreader Co. - Coldwater, Ohio) - - 9"
(5.) WOOD (Walter A. Wood Mower & Reaping Machine Co. - Hoosick, Falls, NY) - -11".

Choice Box 048 Assorted Farm Type Wrenches
(1.) B573 (Superior Drill Co.) - - 8.5". Painted
(2.) MOLINE DRILL / A1037 - - 8.5". Some light pitting.
(3.) 7338A / (E in a circle logo) (Eberhard Mfg. Co, - Cleveland, Ohio) - - 6" doe-S. Good+.
(4.) 7370 (Empire Plow Co. - Cleveland, Ohio) / star logo - - 6.5". Good++.
(5.) 98 (or 86)? (orphan) - - 7" doe-s wrench. Good++. (not listed)
(6.) 1036A with Link belt's dogbone logo (Philadelphia Lawn Mower Co.) - - 6.25". Good++.

Choice Box 049: Assorted Farm Type Wrenches
(1.) PLANET JR. / 3 - PLANET JR. MADE IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - - Excellent with original finish.
(2.) STANDARD (Standard Garden Tool Co., Montrose, Iowa)
(3.) PLANET JR. / 3 - PLANET JR - - Good++.
(4.) 1AA (Brown-Manly Plow Co. - Malta, Ohio)
(5.) B14 (orphan) - - Five square cutouts on handle shaft variation, Pitting. (not listed, no info)
(6.) 4 (Bateman / Iron Age)
(7.) N9 / Link Belt's dogbone logo (orphan) - - 5.75".
(8.) M58 (orphan) - - Same wrench as N9 above.(not listed, no info)

PiCs Lots CB-47 thru 49

Choice Box 050: Assorted Farm Type Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked oddball - - 9.25". Some pitting.
(2.) 379 (South Bend Chilled Plow Co.) / Reverse side blank - - 9" with hammer head. Pitting.
(3.) ROCK ISLAND / R1122 - - 10.5". Pitted.
(4.) PLANT JR. (in cutout letters) / 3 - - 6>5" CUTOUT with small drilled hang hole.
(5.) 295 (P & O, later IHC) - - 9.5". Five open ends, offset on small end variation. Crack. (variant not in Rathbone)
(6.) ROCK ISLAND PLOW CO / S234 - SULKIES & GANGS - - 9" Three open ends variation. Pitied.

Choice Box 051: Assorted Farm Type Wrenches
(1.) PAT APR 28 1903 - - 8.75" buggy wrench. Pitted with spring type nut holder missing.
(2.) Unmarked - - 9.5" like Buzzell Basin Wrench panted Oct. 31. 1876. Set screw is broken.  PAT


(3.) FORD (script) - -10" Ford Model "T" sparkplug and cylinder head wrench. Pitting, weak markings.
(4.) C (Janesville Machine Co., Later Samson Tractor's No. 753425 - - 7"
(5.) V & B - CHICAGO THE BOLT WRENCH with neat eagle logo / VAUGHAN & BUSHNELL MFG. CO. - CHICAGO - - 5.75" double alligator wrench with three rethreading dies. Pitting. (S14)
(6.) 379 (South Bend Chilled Plow Co.) / S. B. C. P. CO. (in logo) 139 - - 9" with hammer head. Broken jaw.

Choice Box 052: Assorted Farm Type Wrenches.
(1.) EMERSON - -10". Painted, some pitting.
(2.) P. P. Co. (Pattee Plow Co - Monmouth, ILL.).) - - 6.75". Painted.
(3.) F239 ll (Oliver / IHC Canada) - - 9.5". Over cleaned with pitting.
(4.) Unmarked - - 9" doe-S wrench. Pitting.
(5.) J.P. MANNY (later Emerson) - - 12". The Manny Co. of Rockford, Illinois, founded in 1857 was the predecessor of Emerson Mfg. Co. Severe pitting.
(6.) T147 - C (Grand Detour Plow Co.) - - 7.75". Good++.

PiCs Lots CB-50 thru 52

Choice Box 053: Assorted Farm Type Wrenches.
(1.) M183 (Litchfield Mfg. Co., Waterloo, IA) - - 9.5". some pitting.
(2.) K54 (New Idea) - - 8.5". Good+.
(3.) FORDSON - - 10.75" tractor hubcap wrench. Pitted, can't read markings.
(4.) A (orphan)- - 8.25" open end by square socket. Good+.
(5.) P & O / 5283 (later IHC) - - 10". Good+.

Choice Box 054: Assorted Farm Type Wrenches.
(1.) EMERSON - - 10". Some light pitting.
(2.) L47 (Moline Plow Co) - - 7.5". Painted.
(3.) F239 l (Oliver / IHC Canada) - - 9.5". Good+.
(4.) 2P30 (Madison Plow Co. later Fuller & Johnson) - - 9". Painted, pitted.
(5.) H and a "P" - - (Badger Cultivator?) - - 10.5" Grind marks on hammer head.

Choice Box 055: Assorted Farm Type Wrenches.
(1.) 7364L (Wm. E. Pratt Mfg. Co. - Chicago, Illinois) - - 7.25" Deering pattern. Good+.
(2.) Marked only with a "B" in a diamond logo - 7.25". Deering pattern. Over cleaned.
(3.) DEERING / DEERING - - 7.5" Deering pattern. Large letters both sides variant. Pitted.
(4.) D421 with a "C" (Peoria Drill & Seeder Co. - Peoria, Illinois.) - - 8" with hammer head. Good with some scrapes and bruises.
(5.) lENNOX DUPLEX - - 7.25". Plated, malleable. Excellent.

PiCs Lots CB-53 thru 55

Choice Box 056: Misc. Tee Type Wrenches.
(1.) OK1294 (with Case Eagle logo - Case T. M. Co.) - - 9" H-shaped with pitman flange. The goal post wrench. over all light pitting..
(2.) 46CL (Case Threshing Machine Co.) - - 8" tee socket wrench. Some pitting.
(3.) Unmarked orphan oddball - - 5.25" cross type with two open ends, a socket and a box end. Good++.
(4.) Unmarked orphan oddball - - 11" offset tee socket wrench. Good+. (unlisted, no info)
(5.) Unmarked orphan oddball - - 9" tee with three open ends and two sockets. Painted. (unlisted, no info)

Choice Box 057: Moline Plow Co. Wrenches.
(1.) MOLINE DRILL / A1037 - MADE IN USA with an "NR" in a circle logo - - 8.5". Good++.
(2.) K436 (Moline Plow Co) - - 9". Some pitting.
(3.) 1126A (Moline Plow Co) - - 9" tee socket wrench with pitting.
(4.) D203 (Moline Plow Co.) - - 8.5". Good++.
(5.) MOLINE PLOW CO / H.X5 + - - 10.5". Pitted.

PiCs Lots CB-56 and 57

Choice Box 058: Various Farm Type Wrenches.
(1.) D242 (Kingman Plow co. - Peoria, ILL.) - - 12" with pitting.
(2.) B573 (Superior Drill Co. - Springfield, Ohio) - - 8.5". Good++.
(3.) A-883 (Acme - Peoria, ILL.) - - 9.25" stamped steel
(4.) GDP Co / G111 (Grand Detour Plow Co. - Dixon, ILL.) - - 10". Some pitting.
(5.) MP CO logo (Moline Plow Co) - - 11" stamped steel.

Choice Box 059: Misc. Small Malleable Wrenches.
(1.) Unmarked - - 5.75". Like M58 and N9 wrenches. Good++..
(2.) 1893 (Dille & McGuire, Richmond, Indiana) - - 3.75" lawnmower wrench. Excellent.
(3.) 113 (orphan) - - 5". with peg on edge of jaw. Good++.
(4.) 1893 (Dille & McGuire, Richmond, Indiana) - - 3.75" lawnmower wrench. Excellent.
(5.) Unmarked orphan oddball - - 5.25" with three open ends. Excellent.
(6.) Unmarked - -5.5" open end with two prongs at 90 degrees. Probably a beer tap wrench. Good+.

Choice Box 060: Rock Island Wrenches
(1.) ROCK ISLAND / R1123 - - 8". Pitted.
(2.) ROCK ISLAND / R1124 - - 5.75". Excellent with original finish.
(3.) KW8 (Rock Island Plow Co) - - 8". Pitted.
(4.) 34 (Rock Island) - - 8" small opening variation. some pitting.

PiCs Lots CB58- thru 60

Choice Box 061: Misc. Farm Type Wrenches. All have pitting.
(1.) HD911 with an IHC logo - - 7.5" Deering pattern.
(2.) DEERING (large letters) / DEERING (small letters) - - 7.5" Deering pattern.
(3.) MW (orphan) - - 12.5" by 11.5" ribbed socket tee wrench.
(4.) DEERING (small letters) / Reverse has no markings - - 7.5" Deering pattern.
(5.) M231 (IHC)- - 6.75" pitman wrench, solid back, solid bar variation. Pitted.

Choice Box 062: Farm Wrenches.
(1.) B. F. Avery & Sons / AA38 - - 10.5". Pitted can't read marking on B. F. Avery side.
(2.) R28 (IHC logo) (IHC, earlier Champion, later B. F. Avery) - - 9" with hang hole variation. Some pitting.
(3.) P & O CO - 4135 / CANTON ILL. (later IHC) - - 10.5". Pitted.
(4.) M189 (Acme Harvester Co. - Peoria, ILL.) - - 6.5" pitman wrench. Pitted.
(5.) Unmarked - - 4.5" broken socket, end from IHC wrench?.

Choice Box 063: Farm Wrenches.
(1.) HD911 with an IHC logo - - 7.5" Deering pattern. Over cleaned.
(2.) H523 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 8.25". Good+.
(3.) H523-1/2 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 6.5". Good++.
(4.) R319 (IHC logo) (all debossed) - - 8". Good+ with original finish.
(5.) R319R (IHC logo) (all debossed) - - 8". Good+.

PiCs Lots CB-61 thru 63

Choice Box 064: Nippers and Hog Ring Pliers.
(1.) CHAMPION DEARMENT - MEADVILLE, PA - - 14" nippers. Excellent condition
(2.) ENDERS B10 - - 10". Excellent , like new.
(3.) S-K WAYNE 1850T USA - - 7.5" nippers. Good++.
(4.) KRAEUTER - 35 USA - - 6.25" nippers. Good++.
(5.) SEYMOUR / SEYMOUR - - 8" hog ring pliers. Different with two springs, one to hold rings and another for the handles.
(6.) Unmarked - - 6.5" hog ring pliers. Excellent.

Choice Box 065: Slip Joint Pliers.
(1.) DIAMOND - K14 - DULUTH, MINN USA - - 4.75" neat small size. Excellent, like new.
(2.) Lakeside (Montgomery Ward) - - 6". Good+.
(3.) WILCOX - WO-6 - MADE IN USA - - 6.5". Good+.
(4.) VLCHEK - PR206 - USA - - 6.5". These pliers are correct for 1957 thru 1966 Chevrolet Tool Kits. Excellent.

Choice Box 066: Various Specialty Pliers.
(1.) DIAMALLOY (in a diamond logo) DULUTH, MINN. - - 10.25" fencing pliers with hammer head and staple removing tool. Good+.
(2.) K-D NO, 138 - K-D MFG. CO. - LANCASTER, PA. - MADE IN USA - PAT. APPLIED FOR - - 8.5" automotive bulb pliers. Good+.
(3.) LOWENTRAUT - NEWARK, NJ (with "U.S. in a diamond logo) - FORGED - - 7.5" leather punch. Good++.
(4.) CRESCENT - M-124 - USA - - 8" odd crimping pliers? Good++.
(5.) HEATON PENINSULAR BUTTON FASTENER - SOLE MFR'S - PROV., R.I. / THE HEATON PAT. APRIL 13, 1880 - LICENSED TO BE USED WITH HEATON FASTENERS ONLY - - 7.75". Patented as "Instrument For Setting Buttons" by George W. Prentice of Providence, Rhode Island. Patent was an improvement of several David Heaton earlier patents. Good+.  PAT

PiCs Lots CB-64 thru 66

Choice Box 067: Various Pliers.
(1.) OAK LEAF (E. C. Simmons Hardware Co brand) - - 7.5" side cutter pliers. Good++.
(2.) M. KLEIN & SONS - CHICAGO USA - EST. 1857 (with lineman climbing pole logo) - - 6.5" side cutter pliers. Good++..
(3.) WILDE - KC, MO (in a shield logo - ALLOY STEEL) - - 6.5" water pump type pliers with decorative rope patterned handles. Wilde moved Kansas City to Hiawatha, Kansas in 1955. Good++.
(4.) WIZARD H1182 - USA - - 7.5" diagonal pliers. Good++.
(5.) Unmarked - - 4.75" small pliers.

Choice Box 068: Misc. Pliers.
(1.) Unmarked - - 6.25" riveting pliers? Good+.
(2.) Marked only DROP FORGED - - 6.5" needle nose pliers. Good+.
(3.) UTICA 32 - - 5.25" odd pliers with flanged end? Good++.
(4.) SARGENT & CO. - NEW HAVEN, CONN - - 4.25" wire cutting pliers. Plated finish, Good++.

Choice Box 069: Miniature Water Pump Type Pliers.
(1.) Unmarked - - 5.25".
(2.) LECTROLITE CORP. - DEFIANCE, OHIO USA - - 5.25".
(3.) MASTER QUALITY - - 5.25"
(4.) CHANNELOCK 424 - MEADVILLE, PA. USA - - 4.5".

Choice Box 070:
(1.) NO. 9 - BMC MFG. CORP. - BINGHAMTON, NY - PATENT PENDING - - 8.5" adjusting lock pliers. Pat. Feb. 19, 1946 by Francis A. Snell - Chenango Forks, NY. Good ++. (S278)  PAT
(2.) VW-10 - KNU-VISE INC. DETROIT - - 9" Vise Grip type. Good+.
(3.) HERBRAND NO. 177 - MADE IN USA - - 10.5" battery terminal pliers. Patented by Robert L. S. Atkinson of Columbus, OH on Jul. 24, 1928. Excellent.  PAT
(4.) AIRCRAFT TOOLS INC. / AT-508-S - - 6.75" WWII era specialty pliers for Cleco fasteners (special clamps used to hold sheet metal in place while riveting or welding) . Used mostly in the aircraft industry. Excellent.
(5.) PALMER 768 - - Duckbill pliers. 8". Excellent.
(6.) CRAFTSMAN with a "P" in a circle logo - - 7.75" battery pliers with decorative rope patterned handles, manufactured for Sears by Wilde Tool Co. from 1940s to 1960s. Excellent.

PiCs Lots CB-67 thru 70

Choice Box 071: Farm Wrenches.
(1.) P. P. Co. (Pattee Plow Co, - Monmouth, ILL.) - - 7.75" with light pitting..
(2.) Unmarked - - 8,75" double open ended. Painted.
(3.) J. I. CASE PLOW WORKS 4106 / P - - 8" with hammer head. Good+ with casting flaw on one jaw edge,
(4.) ZA810 / (IHC logo) - - 9" pitman wrench. Embossed horizontally variant. Weakly marked IHC logo.
(5.) F153 and X (Oliver and IHC) - - 8.5". Some pitting.
(6.) Van Brunt / D380 with JD logo (John Deere) - - 7" with stud and JD logo variation. Some edge dings. (D282)

Choice Box 072: Farm Wrenches.
(1.) K806 (John Deere) - - 12.5". Painted, (D386)
(2.) A504 (Gehl Bros. Mfg. Co. - West Bend, Wisc.) - - 10". Good+.
(3.) PR40 (Sattley and Moline Plow Co) - - 10.5" with hammer head. Pitted.
(4.) H (Badger Cultivator?) - - 10.75" , Pitted.
(5.) 5089 (Avery Co, Peoria, ILL) - - 10" Tee socket without extra top socket variant. Can't read markings.
(6.) Unmarked (like F153 Oliver and IHC wrench) - - 8,5:. Pitted.

PiCs Lots CB-71 and 72

Choice Box 073: Farm Wrenches.
(1.) G1 (Oliver / IHC Canada) - - 12". Pitted.
(2.) MOLINE DRILL / A1037 (with NR in a circle logo) - - 8.75". Excellent with original paint?.
(3.) R28 (Champion, later IHC, later B. F. Avery) - - 9" with hang hole variation. Good+ with some minor pitting.
(4.) H523 McCormick, later IHC) - - 8" double open ended S-wrench. Some pitting.
(5.) P890 / IHC logo (IHC, earlier Osborne) - - 7.25". Light pitting.
(6.) 106 (Moline Plow Co.) - - 8". New paint.

Choice Box 074: Garden Cultivator Type Wrenches.
(1.) 3 - PLANET JR / PLANET JR. (S. A. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 6.25". Good+.
(2.) STANDARD (Standard Garden Tool Co., Montrose, Iowa). - - 6.5". Excellent.
(3.) R172 (IHC) - - 6.25". Numbers embossed variant. Good+.
(4.) STANDARD (Standard Garden Tool Co., Montrose, Iowa). - - 6.5". Some pitting.
(5.) B14 (orphan) - - 6". Good+.
(6.) 3 - PLANET JR / PLANET JR. (S. A. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 6.25". Excellent with original finish.
(7.) M58 (orphan) - - 5.75" Good++.
(8.) Unmarked (orphan like M58 and N9 wrenches) - - 5.5". Good++.

Choice Box 075: Delco Light Plant Wrenches.
(1.) GENERATOR DELCO-LIGHT / SPARK-PLUG 28248 - - 8.75". Good++ with new paint..
(2.) SPARK PLUG - GEN. NUT - 90257 / CYLINDER STUD - BATTERY NUT - - 8". Good+ with new paint.
(3.) SPARK PLUG - GEN. NUT - 90257 / CYLINDER STUD - BATTERY NUT - - 8". Good+ with new paint.
(4.) CONN. ROD NUT - 90258 / CYL. HEAD - COVER PLATE - - 7". Excellent.

PiCs Lots CB-73 thru 75

Choice Box 076: Tee Type Farm Wrenches.
(1.) 31 (Deere, Hart-Carter, Nichols & Shepard and Oliver) - - 8. " tee socket wrench. Numbered on left variation. Good+. (D4)
(2.) 9118 (IHC) - - 7.75" - - Tee handled socket wrench. Some light pitting.
(3.) T560 (IHC) - - 5.5" Tee socket wrench with pry bar end. Some pitting.
(4.) 46CL with Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 8" Tee socket wrench. Good+.
(5.) S852 (Acme) - - 8,5" tee socket wrench. Weak markings, pitting.
(6.) 1126A (Moline Plow Co) - - 10.5" tee socket wrench. Good+.

Choice Box 077: Farm Wrenches.
(1.) W402 (Emerson-Brantingham, Rockford, ILL.) - - 17.25". Some minor dings.
(2.) MOLINE DRILL / A1037 - - 8.5". New paint.
(3.) D & M (Deere & Mansur) - - 6.5". Pitting. (D303)
(4.) 4106 (Massey-Harris, earlier Case Plow Works) - - 8". with hammer. Some pitting, hammer head damage.
(5.) 509 - VLCHEK FR-963 (Osborne, later IHC) - - 8" double open ended S-wrench with 7/16" square cutout on one end. First one seen with the Vlchek markings! (not on Gils' List)
(6.) Van Brunt / D380 with JD logo (John Deere) - - 7" with stud and JD logo variation. Good+. (D282)

PiCs Lots CB-76 and 77

Choice Box 078 International Harvester U51 and UA51 Wrenches.
(1.) UA51 (IHC logo) / CANADA - - 8.75" stepped jaw variant. Good+ as found, not cleaned.
(2.) U51 with IHC logo - - 8.75". Good+ with some minor jaw damage.
(3.) U51 with IHC logo - - 8.75". Over cleaned.
(4.) U51 with IHC logo - - 8.75". Good++ as found. not cleaned.
(5.) U51 with IHC logo - - 8.75". Good+.

Choice Box 079: International Harvester U50 Socket Wrenches.
(1.) U50 - - 8.25". Some pitting.
(2.) U50 / IHC logo - - 8". Good+.
(3.) U50 / IHC logo - - 8". Good++.
(4.) U50 / IHC logo. - - 8". Excellent.

Choice Box 080: Farm Wrenches.
(1.) 67 - - 7" Deering style. Has a casting flaw on one jaw, otherwise Excellent with original green finish.
(2.) H911 - IHC logo - - 7.25" Deering style. Some minor pitting.
(3.) Unmarked - - 7.25" Deering style. Light pitting, over cleaned.
(4.) G3173 with IHC logo - - 4.75" doe. Good+.
(5.) Unmarked (IHC 4725 D) - - 9.75" extended double socket wrench. Good++.

PiCs Lots CB-78 thru 80

Choice Box 081: Flat Steel Farm Wrenches.
(1.) Mossberg No. 276 (Waterloo Boy K2064) - - 8.75" double open end. Good+. (D391)
(2.) JD51 - - 8.5". Small end on left is up marking variation..
(3.) JD50 - - 6.25". Small end on left is up. Good+. (D360)
(4.) CASE 027W (Case Threshing Machine Co. - - 7.75". Good++.
(5.) MP CO logo (Moline Plow Co) - - 8.5". Edge dings, weak markings.

Choice Box 082: Farm Wrenches.
(1.) M231 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 6.75" open back, solid bar variation. Good+.
(2.) FORDSON / 2372 - - 11" double hex socket. Good++.
(3.) MOLINE DRILL / A1037 - MADE IN USA with "NR" in a circle logo - - 8.5".
(4.) Y?? (can't read markings) - - 6.5" doe-s wrench. Pitted.
(5.) H523-1/2 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 6". Pitted.
(6.) P890 with IHC logo. (IHC, earlier Osborne) - - 7.25". Drilled hang hole.
(7.) VANBRUNT / D380 - - 7" with stud, no JD logo variation. Good++. (D282)
(8.) Unmarked - - 8.75" farmer's S-wrench. Pitting.

Choice Box 083: Cream Separator Wrenches.
(1.) DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO - NEW YORK USA / 490 (Delaval) - - 7.25". Longer variant. Good+.
(2.) 15893 (Delaval) - - 8.5" flat steel with box end and four lug face spanner. Spot of pitting, missing pin.
(3.) 15893 (Delaval) - - 8.5" flat steel with box end and four lug face spanner. Missing pegs.
(4.) 15893 (Delaval) - - 8.5" flat steel with box end and four lug face spanner. Missing pets.
(5.) DE LAVAL - 4126 - - 8" open end wrench with screwdriver and face spanner. Some light pitting.

Choice Box 084: Cream Separator Wrenches.
(1.) 10953CAX (IHC) - - 8.5". Good+.
(2.) 10465CX (IHC logo) - - 9". Good++.
(3.) 924C (IHC logo) - - 6.25". Good+.
(4.) ECONOMY CHIEF (mfg. by Associated Mfg. and sold by Sears) - - 6". Some pitting.
(5.) ECONOMY CHIEF (mfg. by Associated Mfg. and sold by Sears) - - 6". Large space between Economy and Chief variation. Some pitting.

PiCs Lots CB-81 thru 84

Choice Box 085: Buggy Wrenches.
(1.) 429 - - 8.5". Good+.
(2.) F103 - - 6.25" Good++, repainted/.
(3.) 2325C (Eberhard?) - - 9" with hex box end instead of the usually found square box. Good+.
(4.) 2811C - - 6.25". New paint.
(5.) 2811C - - 6.25". Excellent.
(6.) 2811C - - 6.25". Good++. As found uncleaned.

Choice Box 086: Buggy Wrenches.
(1.) Unmarked - - 8.75". Good++ with some original finish.
(2.) PAT'D
(3.) Odd barbell shaped logo? - - 6.25". Some light pitting.
(4.) Can't read logo - - 6" with some pitting.
(5.) 7306C with Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo - - 6"". Good+.

Choice Box 087: Assorted Wrenches.
(1.) CHICAGO MFG. & DISTRIBUTING CO. - CHICAGO / PATENTED MARCH 10, 1914 (with Cleveland Hdw's "CH" logo) - - 9" ratchet with 11/16" square female drive. Patent issued to Gordon K. Wright of Hinsdale, Illinois. Good++. Uncleaned.  PAT
(2.) J. P. DANIELSON CO. INC. - JAMESTOWN, NY USA - - 8" wood handled Stillson type pipe wrench. Good++.
(3.) Marked only MADE IN USA - -9" ratchet with 1/2" female drive. Good++.
(4.) PURE CARBONIC INC - - 4.25" with two square sockets.
(5.) JOHN ZINK . JOHN ZINK - - 3.25" Tee handled socket. Some pitting, some grind marks on edge of socket.
(6.) Unmarked - - 2.75" fire hydrant wrench with one curved end. Good++.
(7.) Unmarked - - 3.75" Tee handled hex socket. Good+ with casting flaw on one side.
(8.) Unmarked - - 4.25" Tee handled square socket with one pointed end. Excellent.
(9.)

PiCs Lots CB-85 thru 87

Choice Box 088: Alligator Wrenches,
(1.) CROCODILE - MADE IN USA - HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. - MARSHALLTOWN, IA - - 8.5" with rethreading dies and a screwdriver on end of one jaw. Minor pitting.
(2.) AMERICAN SAW CO - TRENTON, N.J. ALLIGATOR PATD / 1 - - 5.5" pressed steel with several other wrench openings. Good+.
(3.) U. S. - GEO. HENRY CO. - 1954 - - 5" flat steel alligator with screwdriver end. Screwdriver end is bent.
(4.) Marked only "1/2" - - 3.75" flat steel alligator by open end wrench. Good++.
(5.) Unmarked - - 3" flat steel. Excellent.

Choice Box 089: Misc. Wrenches.
(1.) Unmarked (Buffalo and Montgomery Ward Drill Press) - - 8.5" seven opening wrench. Some pitting.
(2.) 7388A with Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo - - 3.75" square socket for a wood brace. Excellent.
(3.) Unmarked "What's It" - - 7.5" odd tee handled tool? Good++.
(4.) REED NO. 2 - - 4.5" soe. Excellent.
(5.) Unmarked - - 9" flat steel combination wrench with six wrench openings, hook spanner and screwdriver blade. Good+.
(6.) Can't read all markings - - 12" doe. Some light pitting, over cleaned.
(7.) ARMSTRONG USA / 3/4-904A - - 12" construction or spud wrench. Some damage to pointed end.

Choice Box 090: Forged Wrenches.
(1.) B. F. Goodrich 5.8 - 3/4 - - 11" with double box ends. Plated finish, Good++.
(2.) 969A with William's "W" in a diamond logo - - 7" extended square socket. Painted.
(3.) NO. 294 with two Mossberg logos - 1-1/8 -1-1/4 - - 11" flat steel doe. Good++.
(4.) NO. 262 with two Mossberg logos - 11/16 - 25/32 - - 8" flat steel doe. Some pitting.
(5.) H-3 - HERBRAND (in script) - FREMONT, O - VANADIUM TAPPET / 11/16 - 5/8 - - 8" doe. Plated finish, Good++.
(6.) FAIRMOUNT - CLEVELAND - - 5.25" soe. Some pitting.
(7.) FAIRMOUNT - MADE IN USA - 602A / 9/16 - - 4.5" soe. Good++.
(8.) Marked only "3/8" - - 5.25" soe. Excellent.
(9.) 804 / Armstrong's "A" in a triangle logo - - 6.5" single hex box end. Some pitting.

PiCs Lots CB-88 thru 90

Choice Box 091: Lot of Six Unmarked Orphans and Oddballs. Including a neat decorative shop made example (Lot No. 3).

Choice Box 092: Lot of Six Small Unmarked Orphans and Oddballs.. Including a snath wrench (Lot No. 3).

Choice Box 093: Lot of Six Unmarked Orphans and Oddballs.

PiCs Lots CB-91 thru 93

Choice Box 094: Ford Model "T" Hubcap Combination Wrenches.
(1.) DECKER MFG. CO. - KC, MO.
(2.) Marked only "H" - - Some light pitting.
(3.) Marked only "W" and a "P" in a circle logo - - with drilled hang hole.
(4.) Ford (script) T1349 with TMW logo.
(5.) Marked only "W" and a "P" in a circle logo.

Choice Box 095: Automotive Wrenches.
(1.) Unmarked - - 9.25" flat steel Dodge hubcap wrenches. Pitting.
(2.) 6084 with a "T" in a diamond logo (orphan) - - 10" with three hex box openings. Good++. (no info)
(3.) Unmarked - - 7" Chevy type lug wrench. Good+.
(4.) Unmarked - -13" offset double hex socket lug wrench? Good+.
(5.) KEN TOOL - G30 - - 9.25" with seven function universal drain plug wrench. Good++.

Choice Box 096: Sparkplug Wrenches.
(1.) Unmarked - - 6" malleable hex socket with sliding tee handle. Grind marks.
(2.) Unmarked - - 6.75" pressed steel extended double hex socket.
(3.) Unmarked - - 3.75" pressed steel double hex socket.
(4.) TUNGSTEN SPARK PLUG / ALWAYS ON THE JOB - - 7". Good++.
(5.) TUNGSTEN SPARK PLUG / ALWAYS ON THE JOB - - 7". Repainted.
(6.) TUNGSTEN SPARK PLUG / ALWAYS ON THE JOB - - 7". Repainted.
(7.) Unmarked - - 8" oe by hex box. Good+.

PiCs Lots CB-94 thru 96

Choice Box 097: Automotive Tools.
(1.) 772A with a "M" in a shield logo - -10.5" malleable cast vale lifter. Excellent with most of the original finish.
(2.) BONNEY USA 2566 - - 8" brake adjusting tool. Excellent, plated.
(3.) BONNEY USA 2566A - - 8" brake adjusting tool. Excellent, plated.
(4.) 647 BATTERY TERMINAL - 5/8 - 9/16 - - 6" double box ended. Painted,
(5.) 750 BATTERY TERMINAL - 9/16 - 5/8 - - 6" double box ended. Painted,
(6.) CHAMPION 165 / "StL" in a circle logo - - 5.5" single hex box end for holding truck lug bolt nuts? Excellent

Choice Box 098: Ford Model "T" and "A" Wrenches.
(1.) FORD (script) / T-1917 - - 5.5" double open end.
(2.) FORD (script) / Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 5.25" double open end.
(3.) FORD (script) - - 4.75" Ford coil horseshoe magnet.
(4.) Marked only with a "M" - - 9.25" Ford Model "A" type adjustable wrench with the drain plug wrench extension on end of handle.
(5.) T5893 with Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 9.75" different Ford sparkplug and cylinder head bolt type wrench with flat sides and hex shaped socket? some tiny socket edge cracks, dings and bruises.
(6.) FORD (script) - - 9.75" sparkplug and cylinder head bolt wrench for Ford Model "T" trucks with extra hex box opening.
(7.) FAIRMOUNT CLEV - - 10" after market sparkplug and cylinder head bolt wrench for Ford Model "T"s.

Choice Box 099: Ford Sparkplug and Cylinder Head Bolt Wrenches
(1.) FORD (script) / Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 10" for Ford Model "T"s
(2.) T5893 and McKaig-Hatch's "MH" in a circle logo - - 10" for Ford Model "T"s. Pitted on one side.
(3.) Marked only "55" - -10" for Ford Model "A"s
(4.) Marked only with Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 10" for Ford Model "A"s
(5.) FORD (script) / Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 9.75" for Ford Model "T" trucks with extra hex box opening.
(6.) FORD (script) / Moore's "M" in a circle logo and "2" - - 10.75" for Ford Model "T"s. Older socket style.
(7.) FORD (script) USA-M-40-17017 - - 9.75" open end with flange by six point box end. For 1933-34 Fords.
(8.) FORD (script) M-40-17017 - - 9.75" open end with flange by six point box end. For 1933-34 Fords.

PiCs Lots CB-97 thru 99

Choice Box 100: Animal Husbandry Tools.
(1.) MOORE'S IMPROVED - 11A / BURGON AND BALL (with a crown logo) PATENT NO 284 - - 14" sheep shears. Good++.
(2.) DR. MILLER PIG SNOUTER / PAT SEPT 20 98 - - 11". Excellent with new wood block.
(3.) Unmarked - - 13". Sometimes identified as a horse tooth float or file but probably a shoe maker's peg float. Excellent but missing the wooden handle.
(4.) Unmarked - - 4.5" bull leader. Excellent.
(5.) Marked only "2M" - - 4.75" bull leader. Excellent.

Choice Box 101: Assorted Tools.
(1.) Unmarked - - 7.5" wooden handled tool holder. No tool bits.
(2.) Unmarked - -2.5" old style claw hammer head.
(3.) AGENDA LUMBER & HARDWARE - AGENDA, KANSAS - - 10" advertising crow bar and pry bar tool. Excellent.
(4.) STORTZ & SON - - 8.5" all metal crate hammer and pry bar. Good+.
(5.) unmarked - - 7.5" decorative nut hammer? Plated, Good+.
(6.) AJAX - MADE IN USA - - 5.25" all metal folding drill bit stand for numbered size bits with tap drill size chart. Exelelnt./
(7.) SAMSON / P. S. & W. ( Peck, Stow & Wilcox) GURANTEED (with fist and hammer logo) 8008 - - 13.5" carpenter's ratchet brace. Excellent.

PiCs Lots CB-100 and 101

Choice Box 102: Misc. Tools.
(1.) Unmarked - - 8.5" wooden handle "Yankee" type ratcheting screwdriver with one bit.
(2.) Unmarked - - screwdriver combination tool with cast handle with nail puller slots and nut wrench openings. Top of handle is broken off and missing.
(3.) Marked only "753" - - 4.75" screwdriver bit with tapered end for carpenter's brace.
(4.) Unmarked - - 4.25" three bladed screwdriver. Looks like it is an attachment for some tool.
(5.) Unmarked - - 6" wooden handle screw starter.
(6.) Unmarked - - 8.5" all metal "What's It".
(7.) Unmarked - - 9.5" crude shop made forked tool?

Choice Box 103: Assorted Tools.
(1.) Unmarked - - 6.5" wooden handled wire twister for tying steel.
(2.) FORD (script) / Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 5.5" double open ended wrench. Excellent.
(3.) Lot of two: (1.) UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE - OFFICIAL SPONSOR OF THE 1992 U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM - - 1.75" key chain fob. Excellent, like new. (2.) FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA NATIONAL CONVENTION / KANSAS CITY 1976 - - 1-1/2" copper token. Excellent with tiny drilled hole?
(4.) DEFIANCE 1299 (Stanley) / MADE IN USA - -5" cast box or utility knife. excellent.
(5.) Unmarked - - 5.5" all iron reversible nut cracker?
(6.) L. F. & C. - NEW YORK - 3 - - 7.5" small hanging scale. Good++.
(7.) Unmarked - - 4" iron clevis. Pitting.
(8.) McCord FRAME-GRIP / SAN JOSE CALIF. - - 9.5" aluminum grip or carrier for beehive honey frames.
(9.)

Choice Box 104: Misc. Cast Items.
(1.) DEBOER MFG. CO. - SYRACUSE, NY - PAT. - - 10" cast turnbuckle type tool for displaying bedsteads. Patented as a "Short Rail For Bedsteads" by Henry De Boer of Syracuse, New York. on May 2, 1911.  PAT
(2.) MAJESTIC - - 9" strove lid lifter with wire handle.
(3.) US CO 108 - - 8.25" cast strove lid lifter.
(4.) Unmarked - - 8" cast stove lid lifter and ash pan shaker handle.
(5.) K17 - - 6.5" cast part?
(6.) Unmarked - - 4.5" cast handled nut.
(7.) Lot of four: Unmarked - - cast hooks with two holes. For?

PiCs Lots CB-102 thru 104

Choice Box 105: Various Adjustable Wrenches.
(1.) LAKE SUPERIOR WRENCH CO - SAULT STE MARIE, MICHIGAN - -17.5" self adjusting nut and pipe wrench. Patented 9-7-1909 by William Hilliard Munro of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada and 10-4-1910 by John Boulieu of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Pitted. (S362)  PAT  and   PAT
(2.) Unmarked - - 10" Acme twist handled monkey wrench,. Adjusting nut on top side variation. Pitted.
(3.) TRADEMARK COES (in oval) / BILLINGS - MADE IN USA (with a "B" in a triangle logo) Also stamped AT & SF RY (Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railway) - - 15" all metal nut wrench. Last Coes type monkey wrench manufactured. Some hammer dings on handle.
(4.) COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER, MASS. USA / MADE UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 12" with knife type wood handle. Some hammer damage. (Marked like all metal HP56)
(5.) W & B CO. (Whitman & Barnes) MADE IN USA with diamond logo. 10" knife type wooden handled Coes type monkey wrench. Has some dents and bruises, tight handle cracks, replaced handle rivet. Stamped with former owner's name (G. W. MUCHEMORE).

Choice Box 106: Alligator and Monkey Wrenches.
(1.) P. S. & W. ( Peck, Stow & Wilcox) GUARANTEED (with fist and hammer logo) - SOLID BAR - PAT JAN 14, 1869 - MADE IN USA - - 8" knife type wood handled Coes type monkey wrench. Pat. by Robert Cosmos Ellrich of Southington, Conn. Good+, uncleaned.  PAT
(2.) GIRARD WRENCH MFG CO - GIRARD, PA USA - - 6" wooden handled Coes type monkey wrench. Good+.
(3.) BEMIS & CALL H & T CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS USA / B & C TRADEMARK Logo - - 6.5" wooden handled threaded shaft monkey wrench. Some hammer dents.
(4.) J. H. WILLIAMS & CO. / TWIN BULL DOG - DROP-FORGED IN USA - - 10" double ended alligator wrench. Good++;
(5.) BULL TERRIER - - 5.75" steel double alligator wrench. Some pitting.
(6.) V & B (Vaughan & Bushnell) / 3 - - 15.5" single ended alligator wrench. Weak markings, minor edge damage.

PiCs Lot CB-105 and 106

Choice Box 107: Misc. Wrenches.
(1.) MASTERENCH CHROME VANADIUM / HELLER BROTHERS CO - NEWARK, NJ - PATENTED 4-14-25 - 7-5-27 (with horse logo) - - 10" serrated jaws and round hole variant. Several patents that apply to these wrenches were issued to Earnest Lynch of Hilmar, Calif. and Homer Mead of Turlock, Calif. Excellent, like new.  PAT
(2.) 10 IN Queen City - PAT. PENDING - FORGED STEEL / BERGMAN TOOL MFG. CO. - BUFFALO, NEW YORK USA - 10" curved handled Crescent type. Good+.
(3.) B & C - SPRINGFIELD, MASS USA / 8 IN. 48 - BEMIS & CALL CO. - - 8.25" curved handle Crescent type wrench.
(4.) BOOS TOOL CORP - K.C. MO. - PATENTED - - 6.25" Turn Handle To Adjust wrench. Both jaws are smooth variation. Patented by Joseph B. and Lyal R. Boos of Kansas City, MO. Excellent, like new. .(see S381)  PAT
(5.) GELLMAN WRENCH CORP. - ROCK ISLAND, ILL USA - POLLY / PATENTED APRIL 17, 1923 - 6 IN. NO. 61 - - 6".external spring variation. Patented by Israel Gellman of Chicago, ILL. Good++.  PAT
(6.) Unmarked - - 2" odd adjustable jaws or clamp?

Choice Box 108: Automotive Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) JAXON / J4 - - 7" Chevy spinner type lug wrench. Good++.
(2.) FORD (script) / T1917 with Moore's "M" in a circle logo. 5.25" double open end wrench.
(3.) FORD (script) USA / "M" logo - - 4.5" double open end. Excellent, like new.
(4.) FORD (script) USA - "M" logo - - 8.75" auto type adjustable wrench. End has been ground.
(5.) FORD (script) / T-1387 with Moore's "M" in a circle logo - - 9" auto type adjustable wrench. Good+.
(6.) 311-A - B - - 11.5" valve spring lifter. Repainted.

Choice Box 109: Assorted Wrenches.
(1.) 4-IN-1 COMBINATION WRENCH - MALLEABLE IRON - MADE IN USA / COVERS CO. - BEDFORD, OHIO -BASKET STRAINER NUT - -11.5". Excellent.
(2.) Unmarked - - 14" deep offset single box end wrench. New green paint
(3.) NATIONAL (script) 926 - N. WE. CO. - - 6" doe welding wrench. Painted.
(4.) WHEATON - -7.25" valve wrench?
(5.) STOWE - KC, MO (Stowe Hardware Co.) - - 8" double open ended S-wrench. Good +.
(6.) Unmarked - - 6.25" S-type opened wrench with odd round holes below the jaws.

PiCs Lots CB-107 thru 109

Choice Box 110: Lot of fourteen pressed steel sockets. Includes, Ray, Mossberg, "L" in a hex logo, ect.

Choice Box 111: Misc. Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) CAMEL CO - DF42 (with a camel logo) - -7" cast "What's It".
(2.) NO. 3001 - CHICAGO SPECIALTY MFG. CO / 32-IN-1 SPUD WRENCH - MALLEABLE IRON - -11.5". Excellent.
(3.) FORD (script) USA with a "M" logo - - 9.25" Ford Model "A" auto adj.wrench with drain plug wrench extension. Excellent.
(4.) FORD (script) USA with a "M" logo - - 8" Ford Tractor and Model "T" auto adjustable nut wrench. Excellent.
(5.) T2 - CONTINENTAL 25254C - - 10.5" single open end tappet wrench? For Continental engines used in? Excellent.
(6.) MILLERS FALLS CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. - NO. 1881 - - 9.75" "Yankee" type automatic drill with bits in handle.

PiCs Lots CB-110 thru 111

Choice Box 112: Misc. Wrenches and Other Tools.
(1.) DURO METAL PRODUCTS CO. - CHICAGO USA - PAT. 1788535, - - Socket set with eight hex drive sockets, ratchet, L-bar and metal tray.
(2.) INDESTRO MFG. CO. - CHICAGO USA - - 7" female hex drive ratchet.
(3.) Unmarked - - crudely made puller with weld repairs.
(4.) ENDERS S7 - - 5" broken bolt extractor. Excellent.
(5.) PEOPLE'S ACCIDENT INS. CO. - LINCOLN, NEBRASKA - - 12.5" advertising nail and pry bar. Excellent.
(6.) Unmarked - - 12" special use speed wrench type tool with a wooden knob and two odd protrusions on the end. Excellent.
(7.) Unmarked - - 4.5" micrometer.

Choice Box 113: Misc. Wrenches.
(1.) FORD (in script) - - 10" Ford Model "T" sparkplug and cylinder bolt wrench. Excellent.
(2.) Marked only 200 - - 10.25" single offset open end. Ford Model "T" service main bearing wrench?
(3.) YAMAHA - 13 - 17 - - 5.75" 5.5" double open ended wrench.
(4.) FORD (in script) - - 5.25" double open end.
(5.) HUDSON - - 5" bottle wrench. Excellent.
(6.) Marked only 28 with Moore's "M" in a circle logo - -5.5" Ford type double open end.
(7.) 1893 (Dille & McGuire, Richmond, Indiana) - - 3.75" lawnmower wrench.
(8.) E. C. STEARNS & amp; CO. - - 5.5" three opening S-wrench and spanner. Excellent.

Choice Box 114: Misc. Wrenches.
(1.) WILLIAMS - 6 - 15/16 - - 9.25" single open end with odd repair.
(2.) WILLIAMS - 29 SPECIAL UNHARDENED - - 7.25" double open end..
(3.) WILLIAMS - 703 - 5/8" - - 9.25" single open end.
(4.) _54/8 - 3/4 - "ETF" in a circle logo) (Engineering Tool & Forgings Limited - St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada) - - 7" double open end. Some light pitting.
(5.) VLCHEK 27 - - 6" double open end. Excellent with original black finish.
(6.) C682 - - 4" odd cast lever?
(7.) Unmarked - - 4.25" cast tee handled square socket wrench. Excellent.
(8.) HINSDALE - - 5.25" flat steel double open end. Pitted.
(9.) DASCO / 1729 - CHROME MOLYBDENUM STEEL - - 7.75" double open end.

PiCs Lots CB-112 thru 114

Choice Box 115: Lot of Five Blacksmith Tools. A Fuller and four half-round top swages.

PiCs Lot CB-115

Choice Box 116: Lot of Five Blacksmith Hammers. Hand forged hammer and four cutters

PiCs Lot CB-116

Choice Box 117: Lot of Four Blacksmith Hammers. Including four cutter types

PiCs Lot CB-117

Choice Box 118: Lot of Five Blacksmith Tongs. Two specialty tongs and three with round gripping jaws

PiCs Lot CB-118

Choice Box 119: Lot of Six Blacksmith Tongs.

PiCs Lot CB-119

Choice Box 120: Lot of Eight. Three John Deere No. 14674 variants and five unmarked variants. All repainted. (See Dill #120 - 130)

PiCs Lot CB-120

Choice Box 121: JOHN DEERE
(1.) unmarked A577R (repainted) (Dill 184, 185)
(2.) unmarked D1083R (repainted) (Dill 293)
(3.) unmarked socket (repainted) (Dill 275)
(4.) "MADE IN USA" D1083R (repainted, flat end hammered) (Dill 294)
(5.) unmarked D2064R (repainted) (Dill 301)
(6.) unmarked H512R (repainted) (Dill 331)

PiCs Lot CB-121

Choice Box 122: ASSORTMENT
(1.) unmarked socket 1 3/8" hex
(2.) unmarked dbl. OE 1 1/8' x 13/16"
(3.) BILLINGS #1154 2" x 1 5/8"
(4.) W&B # 45 1 1/4" x 1 1/8" dbl OE
(5.) older W&B dbl OE
(6.) HERBRAND 1236 1 1/8" box / OE
(7.) VLCHEK 1 1/4' x 1 5/16" // WBH 4042
(8.) 1 3/8" x 1 1/2" "S" dbl OE

PiCs Lot CB-122

Choice Box 123: ASSORTMENT
(1.) #3420 malleable (pitted)
(2.) #B144 malleable
(3.) #16 B 2476 M P Co 2 (hex socket ends, 13 1/2" long)
(4.) #66W dbl sq. socket ends (R v. 2, pg. 109 - Garden City Feeder)
(5.) #349 dbl. 8-point box

PiCs Lot CB-123

Choice Box 124: ASSORTED AUTOMOTIVE
(1.) HINSDALE TL-1 PAT PEND. (pat.. No 1,597,747)  PAT
(2.) ARMSTRONG S2502 "T" hdl.
(3.) Walden Worcester #2720 "T" hdl.
(4.) FAIRMOUNT L-2303 "T" hdl.
(5.) BLACKHAWK 310 "T" hdl. 1/2" socket driver
(6.) Frank Mossberg Co. 2133
(7.) Mossberg 630 (incomplete - part of one socket sawed off)
(8.) INDESTRO "L" hdl. w/ 5/8" & 11/16" hex sockets

PiCs Lot CB-124

Choice Box 125: FORD 17017 marking VARIANTS
(1.) Ford USA - M-40-17017
(2.) M-40-17017
(3.) M40-17017
(4.) Ford USA - M-61A-17017
(5.) Ford USA - M01A 17017 (12 pt. box)

PiCs Lot CB-125

Choice Box 126: FORD SPARK PLUG/HEAD BOLT WRENCH marking VARIANTS
(1.) M (in circle) 40
(2.) FORD M(in circle)32 (rusty)
(3.) FORD M(in circle)2 (rusty)
(4.) Ford M(in circle)22
(5.) Ford MH(in circle) T-5893
(6.) MH(in circle) T-5893
(7.) T-5893
(8.) M(in circle)16
(9.) Ford (large script) T-5893
(10.) Ford M(in circle)24 (not cleaned, rust & pitting)

PiCs Lot CB-126

Choice Box 127: SETS
(1.) BILLINGS VITALLOY No E9 (7 wrs.: 13/64", 7/32", 15/64", 1/4", 5/16", 9/32", 11/32" )
(2.) CHASE ALL PURPOSE WRENCH SET (8 wrs 13/64" - 3/8")
(3.) SPEED WRENCH SET Made in Taiwan (4 wrs)

PiCs Lot CB-127

Choice Box 128: ASSORTMENT (see photo)
(1.) #27087
(2.) unmarked
(3.) BONNEY 500 1/2" x 3/8"
(4.) HINSDALE 3/4" x 7/8"
(5.) RICHARDS-WILCOX MFG. CO AURORA, ILL
(6.) MAYTAG (script) (#6)
(7.) MAYTAG (script) (#2) (screwdriver chipped)
(8.) STOVES
(9.) G&W 2AF102 (bronze, w/ pins on end, 3 lugs on half circle)
(10.) IHC 11858-DA (R v. 1, pg 252)
(11.) THOR (in script) (company made bicycle parts & motorcyle)

PiCs Lot CB-128

Choice Box 129: PLIERS ASSORTMENT
(1.) U.S.A. (malleable)
(2.) BUHL SONS Co.
(3.) LECTROLITE 6-N
(4.) BERGMAN BUFFALO No. C-16
(5.) SHEFFIELD STEEL ENGLAND
(6.) JOHN BERRY & SON SHEFFIELD STEEL MADE IN ENGLAND
(7.) ESKILSTUNA SWEDEN
(8.) No. 307 CHAMPION DeARMENT
(9.) (pitted, worn) DeARMENT DE PAT.94,156 (patent is in DATAMP)
(10.) WHITAKER 1044
(11.) BLUE BIRD No. 52
(12.) VAUGHAN BUSHNELL MFG. Co.

PiCs Lot CB-129

Choice Box 130: PLIERS ASSORTMENT
(1.) VULCAN KBTCo PAT APLD FOR (slot in lower jaw, peg on top jaw)
(2.) BAY STATE (handles bent in gentle curve).
(3.) PYRAMID AUSTRIA
(4.) DIAMALLOY Duluth H18
(5.) DROP FORGED MADE in USA (TCP circular logo)
(6.) BARCALO BUFFALO
(7.) LECTROLITE No. 210
(8.) PAT AUG 24 26 (ear tagger. Patent No. 1,596,872)  PAT

PiCs Lot CB-130

Choice Box 131: BLACKSMITH
(1.) ATHA TOOL CO CAST STEEL 5/8 (half round top swage)
(2.) E.T.W.
(3.) E.T.W. 1/2
(4.) no mark
(5.) no mark
(6.) no mark (cutter w/ hdl.)
(7.) 2 1/2 (on cross pein)
(8.) no mark - big chunk broke out
(9.) very pitted, cutting edge - something like an axe

PiCs Lot CB-131

Choice Box 132: ASSORTMENT
(1.) NPRy "S" (shop forged, one end opening enlarged by cutting torch).
(2.) 9 (malleable, pitted, 2 3/4" OE)
(3.) (no mark 3/4" & 1/2" openings)
(4.) (no mark, orange paint, 2 11/16" open end )
(5.) (no mark, 1 3/8" hex socket)
(6.) MC - 75811 - (I.H. logo) (2 5/16" hex) (R. v. 1, pg. 254 - for #503 combine )

PiCs Lot CB-132

Choice Box 133: ASSORTMENT
(1.) M4 // 3 .. 6 "measure wrench" 10.5" long
(2.) MGRY WARD LAKESIDE / 610
(3.) 1 1/8 IH 373942R1 (R. v.1, pg. 252)
(4.) "H" (malleable, one jaw bent)
(5.) "HH" (malleable, one jaw bent)
(6.) D239 (overcleaned, bent, pitted)
(7.) 123 / F (somewhat pitted)
(8.) 123 / F
(9.) 66 (rough, pitted)
(10.) no marks

PiCs Lot CB-133

Choice Box 134: ASSORTMENT
(1.) 29D (K in triangle) 15/16" x 1" hex box - 8.5"
(2.) E 1" x 1 1/8" dbl OE "S" mal. - 9"
(3.) C&NW Ry 0 (painted) 3/4" x 7/8" dbl OE "S" - 11.25"
(4.) BILLINGS SPECIAL 2032 7/8" x 15/16" - 9.75"
(5.) No. 3 3/4" x 7/8" - 7.5"
(6.) 3 OE (1", 7/8", 3/4") mal - 7"
(7.) FAIRMOUNT CLEVELAND 1/2" x 5/16" hex sockets on 1/2" sq. shaft - 7.5"
(8.) WALDEN WORCESTER Made in U.S.A. 4564-2 // Ratchet Guaranteed For Use For Ford Brake and Reverse Bands Only (11/16" hex ratchet)
(9.) BLACKHAWK Made In U.S.A. 4222X (11/16" hex ratchet)
(10.) WILLIAMS 511 SPECIAL (1 3/8" OE) - 9"
(11.) unmarked, pitted 3/4" hex box , tapered handle end - 11"
(12.) (M in diamond trade mark) 1 3/32 hex socket pinned to 1/2" sq. shaft - 7"

PiCs Lot CB-134

Choice Box 135: ASSORTMENT
(1.) DISK (pitted, red enamel overpaint) (Janesville; R v.1, pg. 265) - 13.25"
(2.) BILLINGS VITALLOY / 1173 1 1/4" - 18"
(3.) PROTO 2617 5/8 USS (1 1/16) box end - 16"
(4.) ARMSTRONG 228 SPECIAL 3/4 (1 1/2" OE) - 18.5"
(5.) FoMoCO 80-17035-B (N.O.S. truck wheel nut socket w/ parts # tag) - 13.5"
(6.) 300 mal. (pitted) (3 1/8" OE) - 17.25
(7.) A (mal., pitted, red enamel overpaint) - 12.5"
(8.) 1 3/8" x 1 5/16" hex sockets on 3/4" sq. shaft. mal., pitted - 14"
(9.) 3854 3-way hex sockets, hollow interior (Wallis; R v.1 pg. 480) - 12"
(10.) no mark, malleable (2 5/16" octagon, 1 1/4" sq, 1 1/8" OE ) - 15.75"

PiCs Lot CB-135

Choice Box 136: BIG IRON
(1.) ST. PIERRE WORCESTER MASS U.S.A. (opening is 3/4" x 2 1/2")w/ pry on handle end - 28.75" (St. Pierre made chains, tire chain tools, etc.)
(2.) LOWELL WRENCH CO WORCESTER MASS U.S.A. PAT No. 1,177,764 2,003,346 (1 /12" sq. opening) reversible ratchet 26.5"
(3.) C & NW Ry (with Verona Tool Works logo) 1 1/2" x 1 5/8" OE - 30.75"
(4.) no marks 2" OE & 12-pt box end - 27.5"
(5.) LOWELL NO. 44 PAT NO. 1798194 // LOWELL WRENCH CO. WORCESTER MASS (reversible ratchet; 1 5/8" sq. opening, head coated in cosmoline, never used) - 37"

PiCs Lot CB-136

Choice Box 137: HAND MADE
(1.) 3/8" sq. socket on shaft with "eye" - 6"
(2.) tongs to grip 1 1/2" diameter pipe? - 12.5"
(3.) 2 1/16" OE - 16.75"
(4.) 1 1/2" hex socket on re-bar shaft - 10"
(5.) 1 3/8" OE forged from a rasp - 9.75"
(6.) 3" hex box, 3" offset in handle - 16"
(7.) 2 1/4" opening axle nut wr. - 10"

PiCs Lot CB-137

Choice Box 138: STAMPED STEEL
(1.) MPCo (1 1/4" x 1" OE, round hole) - 11"
(2.) MPCo (1 1/4" x 1" OE, sq. hole) - 11"
(3.) no mark (1 1/4" x 1" OE, sq. hole) - 11"
(4.) P&O Co. (1" x 15/16" OE, 2 sm. holes drilled) - 9"
(5.) AMERICAN STEEL AND STAMPING CO. CHICAGO (7.8" x 3/4" OE) - 6.5"
(6.) no mark dbl. allig. - 7.25"
(7.) no mark (3/4" x 7/8" OE) - 8"
(8.) no mark (3/4" x 1" OE) - 8.5"
(9.) no mark (7/8" x 1" OE) -9"
(10.) no mark (7/8" x 1" OE) -9"
(11.) no mark (1 1/8" x 1 1/4" OE) - 10.5"
(12.) no mark (1 1/8" x 1 1/4" OE) - 10.5"
(13.) no mark (1" x 1 1/4" OE) - 10.5

PiCs Lot CB-138

Choice Box 139: ODDMENTS
(1.) Cast iron windmill weight (rectangular w/ set screw)
(2.) windmill regulator: "ACME REGULATOR PAT'D APR. 10, *8? WALKER MFG. CO CO. BLUFFS IOWA USA"
(3.) pitted cast iron plate reads "BOSS CHURN M.F.G.T.D. By McDERMAID & ALLEN, ROCKFORD, ILL."

PiCs Lot CB-139

Choice Box 140: THREAD CUTTING
Nos. 1-2 have single thread cutter; No. 2 has extra dies. Nos. 3-10 have 3 die sizes. No. 11 is "LITTLE GIANT" with 2 die sizes. No. 12 is an assortment of taps, reamers, etc.

PiCs Lot CB-140

Choice Box 141: DEERE
(1.) H512R
(2.) unmarked double end lever pry for J.D. two-cylinder valve springs
(3.) unmarked (B596R)
(4.) DEERE (battered, partially covered w/ red paint)
(5.) DEERE (pitted)
(6.) unmarked wheel wrench - repainted
(7.) unmarked wheel wrench - repainted
(8.) unmarked (#GY2256 ? )
(9.) unmarked (LETZ E6075 ?)
(10.) JD52 (battered)
(11.) JD53 (some rust, uncleaned)
(12.) (2) JD50

PiCs Lot CB-141

Choice Box 142: ASSORTED MISCELLANEOUS
(1.) WIZARD H2145 3/8 x 7/16 flare nut wrench
(2.) LIQUID ??? 22 (pitted 1" x 1 1/16" dbl OE) - 6.5"
(3.) "VLCHEK" U.S.A. (5/8" x 3/4" OE) - 6.75"
(4.) VLCHEK WBE22 (11/16" box /OE combination) - 8.75"
(5.) unclear ??6165 D ?? (5/8" x 11/16" OE worn, pitted) - 5.75"
(6.) unclear ?? 6104 DB20 (7/16" x 1/2" OE worn ) - 4.75"
(7.) unmarked mal. (1 1/2" single OE x 5/8" 13/16" dbl OE) - 6"
(8.) unmarked fat mal. (9/6" x 3/4" OE pitted) - 5.5"
(9.) unmarked mal (3 small OE x 2 larger OE) - 6.25"
(10.) HINSDALE TM. REG. (repainted black 7/16" x 1/2" OE) - 4.75"
(11.) K4 (1/2" OE x peg end - I.D.'d as lawn mower wrench) - 4.25"
(12.) 481 (single 1/2" OE at right angle) mal - 4.75"
(13.) 4 (dbl hex box snath wr. 3/4" x 5/8") - 3.5"
(14.) HERBRAND 367 3/8USS x 1/2USS (dble OE) - 11.75"
(15.) HERBRAND 367 3/8USS x 1/2USS (dble OE) - 11.75"
(16.) CEB MFG CO ( 7/8" x 1" OE ) - 10"
(17.) WILLIAMS 35 (31/32" x 1 1/16" dbl OE) - 11"
(18.) LESOTA (1" x 15/16" OE -rust spots & pitting) - 9.5"
(19.) ENDERES 83B (7/8" x 1" OE ) - 10.25"
(20.) DeLAVAL SEPARATOR CO. NEW YORK // 490 (9/16" x 3/4" OE) - 7"
(21.) (M in diamond MOSSBERG trademarks) No. 267 (3/4" x 7/8" OE , rusty) - 7.75"
(22.) 6491 (3/4" x 11/16" OE) - 6.75"
(23.) AT-9219 (1 5/16" OE) - 7.75"

PiCs Lot CB-142

Choice Box 143: HEAD BOLT / SPARK PLUG TYPES
(1.) pitted, unreadable inset panels (1" OE x 5/8" hex box)
(2.) DROP FORGED (1" OE x 5/8" hex box)
(3.) FORD (script)// circled M 2 (1" OE x 5/8" hex box)
(4.) FORD (script)// # illegible - pitted (1" OE x 5/8" hex box)
(5.) FORD (script) // 51 (1" OE x 5/8" hex box)
(6.) circled M 6 (1 1/8" OE x 3/4" hex box)
(7.) circled M 21 (1 1/8" OE x 3/4" hex box)
(8.) circled M 27 (1 1/8" OE x 3/4" hex box)
(9.) circled M 32 (1 1/8" OE x 3/4" hex box)
(10.) circled M 34 (1 1/8" OE x 3/4" hex box)
(11.) circled M 54 (1 1/8" OE x 3/4" hex box)
(12.) T5893 circled M 1 (15/16" OE x 5/8" socket)
(13.) pitted, unreadable (15/16" OE x 5/8" socket)
(14.) T5893 circled M 1 (15/16" OE x 5/8" socket)
(15.) FORD (script)// circled M 2 (15/16" OE x 5/8" socket)
(16.) FORD (script)// T-5893. circled M (15/16" OE x 5/8" socket)
(17.) FORD (script)// T5893 circled M (15/16" OE x 5/8" socket)
(18.) FORD (script)// T5893 circled M 1 (15/16" OE x 5/8" socket)
(19.) FORD (script)// T5893 CA logo (15/16" OE x 5/8" socket)
(20.) unmarked malleable (1/18" OE x 3/4" hex socket)

PiCs Lot CB-143

Choice Box 144: HAMMERS
(1.) (see photo)
(2.) (hand forged)
(3.) (see photo)
(4.) (copper head)
(5.) (see photo)
(6.) MAYDOLE (faint lettering)
(7.) (see photo)
(8.) CHENEY (nail holder missing ball, spring & screw)
(9.) (see photo)
(10.) (see photo)
(11.) (see photo)
(12.) (see photo)
(13.) (see photo)
(14.) (see photo)
(15.) (see photo)
(16.) (see photo)
(17.) (see photo)
(18.) PLUMB
(19.) ??? (nickel plated brass, hollow tube)

PiCs Lot CB-144

Choice Box 145: MISCELLANEOUS WRENCH ASSORTMENT
(1.) DISK - 14"
(2.) BLACKHAWK ARMSTRONG 4737 // HEXITE 1 1/4" x 1 1/8"
(3.) D-E (Diamond Edge) 795A // 3/4 x 5/8 - 11"
(4.) DEERE // DEERE (rusty)
(5.) CASE 031W (rust spots)
(6.) BILLINGS 1136 5/8 USS 9/16 USS
(7.) WINCHESTER 1246 7/8OC 3/4OC (rust, pitting)
(8.) MAXWELL - 4
(9.) LAKESIDE // 1/2
(10.) Q-1191 7/8 3/4
(11.) [BONNEY logo] REVERSE GEAR WRENCH // 11/16 5/8 (rust spots)
(12.) CYLINDER NUT 95095 // CONNECTING ROD SCREW
(13.) CONN. ROD NUT - 90258 // CYL. HEAD - COVER PLATE
(14.) mark unreadable
(15.) 2097 (circle M) 2
(16.) 2097 (circle M) 4
(17.) AVERY // 464 (pitted)

PiCs Lot CB-145

Choice Box 146: MISCELLANEOUS TOOL ASSORTMENT
(1.) envelope w/ small needle files, etc.
(2.) BUFFUM bearing scraper w/ swastika trade mark
(3.) unmarked "grabber" - one rivet replaced by cotter pin
(4.) dividers marked EAST BERIEN, CT
(5.) wood body plane marked WILSON & BROS ST. LOUIS 55
(6.) (3) thread dressers -- Pat no. 1694220 - 2 from REIFF & NESTOR, 1 from JAWS MFG.
(7.) assortment miniature tools
(8.) taps & dies w/ Butterfield & Boker handles, Starrett No. 40 thread gage, in IRWIN AUGER BIT FARMERS SET two-level box (paper label intact, some of interior carved to fit the tap & die handles)
(9.) cigar box w/ assorted tool handles, a chisel, file, etc.

PiCs Lot CB-146

Choice Box 147: ASSORTMENT
(1.) 61741-T19 (bronze for sm. gas engine flywheel)
(2.) 19114 (for sm. engine repair)
(3.) (Briggs logo) 19310
(4.) (Briggs logo) M-28 19321
(5.) HERBRAND 223 dbl offset (15/16" OE x 5/8" hex socket)
(6.) FORD (script) chisel -- looks to be hand forged (remade from FORDSON flywheel magnet ??)
(7.) FORDSON (circle M logo) 2372 dbl socket - pitted
(8.) 5Z821 (H in diamond logo) FORD (script) 1 18" OE - rust spots
(9.) FORD (script) 5-Z-210

PiCs Lot CB-147

Choice Box 148: ASSORTMENT
(1.) PP Co. / 100 ( mal, pitted) (R v. 1, pg. 373)
(2.) D 34 ( mal. sq. & hex socket, overcleaned, pitted, cracked) (R v.1, pg. 408)
(3.) (6) assorted jack handle / rim bolt /tire iron combo (appears in jack patent assigned to General Motors corp.) 16.5" & 11.75"
(4.) #3-Z 601 offset handle single OE.
(5.) ??929 (offset handle single OE 11/16")
(6.) no mark (offset handle single OE 9/16")
(7.) MACK (script) 1 1/4 x 1 1/16 // WILLIAMS 637 dbl OE. (rust spots) - 10"
(8.) DEERE / DEERE - battered, pitted
(9.) ROCK ISLAND - battered, rust spots - 9.25"
(10.) (Mossberg) 624 11/16 x 7/8
(11.) HERSCHEL 503 dbl OE "S"
(12.) F.T.F. CLEVE. auto mw. - 9"
(13.) W - gas tanker wr. - 9.5"

PiCs Lot CB-148

Choice Box 149: SCRAMBLED EGGS SUPER
(1.) P4 crank ( 1/2" sq. socket - 17.5"
(2.) BULLER SAW SET // U.S. PAT 1485114, 2048596 CANADA PAT. PENDING
(3.) dbl socket mal. (1 1/8" x 1 5/16" hex sockets)
(4.) A504 (OE at right angle) (R v. 2, pg. 112) - 9.5"
(5.) E 00 (mal. - pitted) - 5"
(6.) WILLIAMS UNION PACIFIC (1 1/8" x 13/16" OE -as found) - 19"
(7.) EASY CHAIN DETACHER NO. 1 // LINK BELT >--<
(8.) ALFCO ALBERT LEA MINN 58RB (chain detacher, sickle repair anvil, etc.)

PiCs Lot CB-149

Choice Box 150: UNCLEANED AS FOUND
(1.) Hardy hole cutter for anvil
(2.) Hardy hole cutter for anvil
(3.) Hardy hole cutter for anvil
(4.) Hardy hole cutter for anvil
(5.) Hardy hole bottom swage for ??
(6.) Hardy hole half round bottom swage
(7.) ?? threaded
(8.) forge weld handle on 1 1/8" oe
(9.) mark unreadable mal. 1 3/8" & 1 1/8" dbl size OE x 1/2", 3/4" & 15/16" triple size OE - 12.25"
(10.) DEMPSTER - "Deering Pattern" mal.

PiCs Lot CB-150

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