LANTERN AND TOOL SET All the tools he needs in a handy flashlight tool-box. Flashlight case flips open to reveal hidden toolbox. Flashlight requires 2 AA batteries (not included). Overall, 9 L x 4 1/4 W x 3 1/2 H. Handy and portable Perfect for the house and for the car 20-PIECE TOOL SET contains: screwdriver and 4 bits hammer pliers 4 crescent wrenches 8 hex keys NEW - FACTORY SEALED.
Offering this clean double open ended automotive wrench marked FORD I M on the main beam. A good wrench with an .68 open end sizes. The wrench is 5.3 long overall. A nice clean little wrench, no cracks, no rust, little wear, some pitting.
Offering this nice clean conbination automotive wrench marked FORD M 12 on the main beam. A nice offset style wrench with an 1.00 open end, and a .69 boxed end. The wrench is 9.7 long overall. A nice clean wrench, no cracks, no rust, some minor pitting, very little wear!
This is a nice clean pair of gas pliers with a unique curved handle design, that has pry bar like tips at the end of the handles. These are a early design, most likely from before 1900. The have a unique wire cutter section, and the jaws are in good condition. The center pin is a little worn, and some pitting noted on about 30% of the bare metal surfaces. A good old set of unique pliers! No makers name noted.
This is a nice clean, long nose (semi-smooth inside jaws) pliers. They are marked KRAEUTER INDUSTRIAL on one side of all of them, and KRAEUTER U.S.A. 1071-6, KRAEUTER U.S.A. 1661-6, KRAEUTER U.S.A. 1761-7 on the other side of each respective one from shortest to longest. The 1071 has been modified on the end, and is about 1/4 short of original length. The suffix number tells the original length on each. The two shorter have some wear and minor pitting, and the 1761-7 is in very good condition, very clean. The handles have a smooth finish, a nice hard to find size!
This is a very nice quality 8 long electrians pliers marked KRAEUTER 1830-8 INDUSTRIAL around the pivot point. In very good working condition, a few small lightly pitted areas, good jaws and cutter, good joint. There is three notches noted on the one handle, and a few small dings here and there.
This is a very nice quality open ended wrench marked KREEUTER U.S.A. on the S shaped handle. Each has a K inside a diamond on each end (unique)! The actual opening size is given on each end, and also the size bolt it will fit. The size markings are on one side only. The smallest actual size opening is 3/4 , the largest is 13/16 . There is some light pitting on about 25% of the total surfaces of the wrenches, there is also a few small dings on the side opposite the size markings. Measures 9 long overall. A nice hard to find open end wrench!
This is a unique patented wrench set design that features multiple different sized open end wrench heads and two handles that fits each wrench head. The set is made by PARK METALWARE CO. INC. ORCHARD PARK N.Y. XCEL MULTI-HEAD WRENCH WARRANTED PAT. APR.29.1925. Part of the inside label is intact and reads MACHINE WRENCH . The inside of the case has about 35% of it's original paint intact, the outside has only about 5% intact. This is missing some of the interchangeable wrench heads, the 7/16, 11/16, 1/2 are there, but they are not marked with the actual size, rather the cap screw size. Their actual opening sizes are 5/8 , 11/16, 3/4 . On some old wrench sets like these the bolt head size was used instead of the actual opening size like newer sets. It appears the case could hold another 4-6 heads, and maybe another handle or two, but I am not sure of the size of the complete original set of wrenches. The wrench heads each fits the handle very snuggly, together with the handle form a very strong wrench. The latch on the side of the handle releases the head from the handle when desired, the latch is spring loaded. The case is all metal, with good hinge and latch, some rust staining on the outside, very solid. The case is only 3/4 thick, it is 9 long overall. A very nice hard to find set of machine wrenches!
This is unique set of special purpose plier with the mark of a medical tool maker on them. They are marked F. ARNOLD BALTO . The handles appear to have been shape to fit the hand and keep the hand from slipping off the end of the handles. The jaws have a concave shape inside and appear to have been design to grasp something round with rounded edges, like an O-ring shaped part about 1/2 in diameter or less, and about 1/4 wide or less. The jaw tip on the upper side also has a double concave radius formed into the top, making a pointed tip near the center of the jaw. The jaws and pivot point are in very good condition, nice clean surfaces of the pliers that most likely originally had nickel plating on them. Nice design on the handles! A truly unique tool!
This is unique set of special purpose plier with the mark of a medical tool maker on them. They are marked in two places J.D. CHEVALIER NEW YORK . They handles appear to have been shape to fit the hand and keep the hand from slipping off the end of the handles. The jaws have a concave shape and appear to have been design to grasp something round with rounded edges, like an O-ring shaped part about 1/2 in diameter or less, and about 1/4 wide or less. The jaws and pivot point are in very good condition, there is some pitting noted on about 30% of the outside surfaces of the pliers. Nice design on the handles! A truly unique tool!
This is a unique miniature nickel plated oil can with both the needle point oiling cap feature and the oil spout feature! Clear marked on the bottom MADE IN U.S.A. PAT'D APR. 6 97 PAT'D 23 05 . One of the nicest I have seen to date! It measures 3.25 tall with the cap in place. There is a few minor dings, the oval shape on each side acts as a clicker to move the oil out of the spout, in good working order, the threads are good, the cap and needle is also in great shape. A very nice collectible oil can from the early 1900's. Very hard to find!
This is a very clean hard to find mill and contractor's tools catalog marked J.T. WING AND COMPANY TOOLS MILL AND CONTRACTOR'S SUPPLIES DETROIT MICH. WINSOR, ONT. COPYRIGHT 1925 BY R.R. DONNELLEY . There is 572 pages of drilling tools, reamers, tap & die sets, countersinks, lathe tools and chucks, milling cutters, clamps, machinist precision tools, threading machines, Coes, Crescent, Bergman, Armstrong, Trimo and other types of wrenches and wrench sets, wood and metal working vises, files, many types of pliers, like UTICA, BERGMAN, PEXTO, TODD NIPPERS, BERNARDS PUNCHES ETC.. There is also nice sections showing pictures of padlocks, electric hand tools, industrial carts, fire pots, ladders, paint brushes and other types too. There is also a section on blacksmiths tools, anvils, forges etc., Champion and Buffalo power drill presses, channel punches, Crescent band and table saws, steam pumps, well pumps, electrical supplies, fans, light fixtures, fuses and more! A very nice reference catalog from the 1920's era!
This is a very nice small size tap and die set that appears to be complete. It is marked LUCKY TAP . The set it complete with a few extra taps, and a few taps are Greenfield taps, also U.S.A. made. The dies appear to all be original to the set. All the pieces including the wrenches are in great shape! The case is maple I think, in good solid condition, with some minor scratches, good hinges, and latch. The pieces of wood attached to the top appear to be original, as the top is made from solid wood, and the extra piece are there to keep it from warping. A very nice set overall!
This is a top quality early style Crescent wrench marked MFG. BY CRESCENT TOOL CO. JAMESTOWN N.Y. 8 IN CRESTOLOY STEEL MADE IN U.S.A. PWA 1056 . There is 3 knotches on the handle, a past owner's mark most likely. No rust, some very minor wear on the jaws, mostly on the edges, jaws are straight and parallel on this medium duty model adjustable wrench. The jaws are almost 3/8 thick at the widest point. .9 capacity between the jaws. Weighs under 1 pound. A favorite medium duty wrench among many!
This is a good used combination wrench, pliers, pry bar tool marked THOMPSON MFG. CO. MEADVILLE PA. on the moving handle. It has pitting noted on most of the surface area of the tool, not rusty now. Measures 9 long. The open end wrench size is 1/2 . I am not sure of the intended purpose of this rare and special tool, but most likely was for a farm aplication. The overall condition is good with a good snug pivot point and nothing seems bent that wasn't manufactured that way. A hard to find tool, by a rare maker in PA U.S.A.!
This is a very early style Crescent wrench marked JAMESTOWN N.Y. MADE IN U.S.A. . It measures 6 long. No rust, some minor wear on the jaws edges, jaws are straight, just a fraction of an inch more open on the outside end than at the inner end of the jaw, not bad, nothing appears bent. Some small dings noted on the solid jaw, as shown in picture. The jaws are almost 3/8 thick at the widest point. .8 capacity between the jaws. Weighs 1/2 pound. A hard to find wrench from the 1930's!
This is a top quality early style Crescent wrench marked MFG. BY CRESCENT TOOL CO. JAMESTOWN N.Y. 10 IN DROP FORGED STEEL MADE IN U.S.A. . No rust, some very minor wear on the jaws, mostly on the edges, jaws are straight and parallel on this heavy duty model adjustable wrench. Some small tool box type dings scattered about, not bad. The jaws are almost 5/8 thick at the widest point. 1.1 capacity between the jaws. Weighs 1.3 pounds. A favorite heavy duty wrench among many!
This is a nice clean 8 long pair of double hinged pliers with the seperate area for cutting wire (more like an end nipper style, but on the side in this case). This one is different from most that I've seen, and appears to be made for a special wire attachment purpose, as there is a place for wire to pass through one of the jaws, and a crimping pad (kind of like the bottom of a stapler for paper) on the other side. They also have a spring loaded hinge, to the open position. Marked SARGENT around the pivot pins. These are used, but in good condition, with good joints jaws and pins. Some minor wear is noted on jaws, but the cutters are in great shape (about 5/16 wide cutters). The jaws close firmly together, but touch on the outside end leaving about 1/64 opening on the inside jaw, (not 100% parellel). There is some pitting noted on the outside of the jaw, but wouldn't effect the use of the tool. I believe this is the way they were made. I've never seen this style pliers before, but plenty of thought went into the design of them. A good set of hard to find pliers, as they are no longer being manufactured.
This is a good used 5 long adjustable wrench marked BILLINGS in raised cast lettering. There is some wear noted on the jaws, not bad, in good useable condition, with very good jaw alignment, there is also a dent in the outside main casting that doesn't effect the use of the tool. A nice clean vintage wrench from the early 1920's!
This is a good clean 8 long adjustable combination wrench marked 8IN FORGED SPEEDNUT STEEL PAT. 1602620 1830033 MFG. BY CHICAGO MFG. CO. CHICAGO U.S.A. . This is a speed wrench that is spring loaded to return to the smaller nut size, or while in use to the size nut you are attaching it to. The spring load a be turned off via a pin the can be pushed in and a spring tension lever released on the side of the wrench just behing the pivot pin. When presure is applied to turning the wrench, the jaw automatically hold firmly on the nut. Works good! The wrench is in good shape overall with some minor rust pitting on it, and some wear on the jaw edges noted. In very good working order, with a capacity of 1/2 -1 1/8 max. An interesting old wrench!
This is a very clean early bicycle wrench marked BILLINGS . in nice crisp condition, clear lettering. It has an 1/32nd inch scale on the inside bar showing the size it's opened to. The wrench has no rust, no damage, and little sign of use, some wear on the jaw edges. One of the few I've had in the 4 size with totally parellel jaws. This one still has about 30% of the original nickel plating on it!
This is a quality made registering speed indicator marked THE L.S. STARRETT CO. ATHOL MASS. U.S.A. on the box label and on the indicator. The label also reads NO. 107 . 6.0 long overall. It will register 100's and tens revolutions, up to 5,000 per minute. The rotations are counted by reading two differt dials on the indicator. In very good working condition, comes with one slightly worn rubber tip that slips onto the gage shaft, and one built in steel tip. The nickel plating is near fully intact, and a few minor scratches noted. Good hard rubber handle (black). The box is the two piece type, that has maroom paper covering, most of which is intact. Mostly just minor edge wear noted, a good solid box, the label is in pretty good shape. A nice clean machinist indicator in well preserved condition.
A great vintage full page original magazine ad. Ad measures approximately: 6 1/4 x 9 1/4 . Condition: EXCELLENT. Certificate of Authenticity is provided showing this piece to be from an original magazine (not a copy).
This is a hard to find, very collectible 8 adjustable speed wrench marked WRIGHT WRENCH . It also has the Wright logo on the top jaw. To adjust this one simply press and either push or pull with your thumb on top of the rounded moving jaw. It's spring loaded so that were ever you release it, the moving jaw locks in by means of a serated gear-like pad. It works! And work good at that. A very straight wrench, not much sign of use, not rusty, good straight edges. The spring clip is a bit different than the older one I have, seems to work fine. A very nice tool overall!
This is a super clean used machinist speed indicator with two interchangeable attachments and in it's original box. It's marked CRAFTSMAN on both the box and the tool, and NO. 4060 SPEED INDICATOR on the box label. Nickel plating is about 99% intact, works fine. The box has the old maroon paper, has a good label, light corner rubs, a few small stains, otherwise solid in good condition with minor wear. A nice machinist tool for a gift and/or to display!
This is a very nice quality square nut or oil drain plug wrench by a rarely seen maker, marked 'SUPER-SERVICE TOOL CO. K. C. MO.' I have never seen another one like it, or any tool by this Kansas City maker. This tool is in fine condition, works great with very little wear. A good heavy duty, oil drain plug wrench. Super!
This is a very rare clean, straight adjustable wrench marked, BARNES TOOL COMPANY DROP FORGED STEEL . Barnes Tool was located in New Haven CT.. This one is 5 long, it is straight, has a straight handle, the jaws align nicely, and the adjustment is in good working order. There is some very minor pitting noted. The jaw edges show very minor wear. A very collectible small adjustable wrench!
This is a very rare clean, straight adjustable wrench with the name of the one time largest bicycle manufacture's name on it, POPE MFG. CO. PREMIER 7 is marked on the inner moving jaw beam. It is not clear if Pope Mfg. made the wrench, or if it was made elsewhere for them. Very little information is availiable on the subject, but I do know that this is a very rare wrench. This one is 4 long, closed, it is straight, has a straight handle, the jaws align nicely, and the adjustment is in good working order. There is some nickel plating missing, but about 60% is intact, some very minor pitting noted. Some minor wear on the jaw edges. A very collectible bicycle wrench!
This is a nice clean 10 long, 31/32 open end S-Handle wrench marked THE BILLINGS . Overall it's in very good condition, with some light darkening on the finish, not rusty. There is a few dings noted around the nut openings, minimal, less than normal wear. Heavy duty, weight is 1.2 pounds. A vintage wrench!
This is a very nice clean ratchet wrench and socket set marked FRANK MOSSBERG CO. ATTLEBORO MASS. U.S.A. NO. 350 PAT. NOV. 11. 1918 on the ratchet wrench. It's also marked M MOSSBERG M pressed into the top of the tool case, and there is also two partial paper labels that have the Mossberg name on them, on the top cover of the two piece tool case. All the pieces are from good to Good++ condition, very clean. I believe this set was made up for a specific automobile, and seems to have only sockets that would have been used on that car or truck, maybe tractor. There is also a slot head type right angle screwdriver that has the Mossberg logo on it. The ratchet wrench is 10 long overall with a 3/4 square drive. The case is made of a material I don't know the name of, it is like stiff leather, very Strong, and is riveted on the corners. The case is in very good shape and just barely holds the wrench and sockets that come with it. The case is bulged out in the center a bit, but over the years they all seem to take that shape. All in very good working condition, very collectible!
This is a quality made metric thickness gauge marked UNION TOOL CO. ORANGE MASS. . It is 3.0 long overall closed, in good+ condition with no rust, some minor staining, good tight joint, has a threaded screw that can be tightened or removed to remove the precision ground thickness gages for individual use. The gages range from .0015-.025 inches. Specific sizes are .0015 , .002, .0025, .003, .004, .005, .006, .008, .009, .010, .012, .013, .014, .016, .017, .018, .019, .020, .021, .022, .023 , .024, . A nice clean handy machinist or machanics tool!
This is a nice clean hardened and ground machinist parellel, design for deep reach lay-out line scribing. They measure .68 x .68 x 16.76 . In very good condition with minor staining on less than 5% of the steel surfaces. Each end is ground to a sharp edge to provide a edge sharp enough for line scribing or layout work. It is flat and parellel. Good++ useable machinist tools!
This is a good used .750 x 1.750x 2.740 long precision ground set up blocks, made of hardened steel and ground as a pair. They are in good used condition, made by a toolmaker in the U.S.A.. His name is stamped on each. Nicely made set-up block with minor staining on one side mostly of each. Flat and parallel, good shape!
This is a good used 5.7 long precision ground 30 degree set up block, made of hardened steel and ground to 30 degrees. It is in very good condition, made by a toolmaker in the U.S.A.. There is a milled recessed area with his name on it, and two other initials on one surface. It's .75 thick, 5.5 long x 3.3 . Nicely made set-up block!
This is a good used 2-3 micrometer marked, J.T. SLOCOMB PROV. R.I. U.S.A. 2 -3 . With over 95% of it's original black paint it is in good++ condition, with .001 divisions. A quality American made micrometer!
This is a nice clean Drill and Tap Selector marked on the inside slide, COPYRIGHT 1952 WHITMAN . The selector (or slide chart) is for finding sizes of tap drills for NC and NF, on the both sides, & deciamal equivelents for fractions, number and letter drills. Printed on a cardboard, the slide chart is two piece with 4 corner rivots in good condition. This type with a clear coating over the printing (on the both the slide and the 2 piece exterior), has been well preserved. The paper envelope has also helped to keep the selector clean and in good condition. The envelope is intact, has edge wear and shop dirt on the outside, in good condition overall (I have never seen one with the envelope before). Whitman & Barnes, better known by collectors as a wrench maker also made drills and other cutting tools in the later years. A nice clean example of one of their advertising printings!
This is a top quality wing divider with fine adjustment in good used conditon. This is a nicely designed divider that allows fast adjustment as the user can loose the thumb screw and set the required dimension quicker than the newer spring dividers. Also there is a fine adjustment on this one that allows the user to get this divider set to right on the money. This style is fairly rare today, and if in mint condition is worth $75+. This is a rarely seen model, with one offset leg, it measures 5.75 long overall. This on has some minor pitting in a few area, but looks nice. The hinge is snug and moves smoothly, it has a brass bushing on both sides of the hinge. A very nice antique tool overall, in good working order! The PEXTO logo is that of Peck Stow & Wilcox Co., a well known, respected tool maker in the early 1900's.
This is a nice clean bicycle wrench with the A-1 M M MADE IN USA PAT'D NOV. 13 00 PAT'D MAR 11 02 marks on it. Although the Frank Mossberg Attleboro Mass. mark isn't on this one the A-1 brand, and the double M in diamonds, is The FRANK MOSSBERG CO. logo. This one is 5 long overall. There is a few minor burrs on the jaws, not bad. The nickel plating is about 90% intact on this one, the moving jaw thumb screw is a bit worn, work fairly well, but not a smooth as it should. The nickel plating is over 95% intact. Nice looking display tool!
This is a nice clean early 1900's 8 combination wrench marked DELAVAL 4126 in good working condition, clean, very little wear, no rust, very little wear. The single opened end is 13/16 . The other end is a 1/2 slot head screwdriver, in the center is a pin spanner wrench with .136 pins, 1.257 between centers of the pins. There is some rounding on the corners of the screwdriver noted. I've not seen this maker's name before, I assume this is a machine wrench, most likely a centrifuge or milking machine. Very nice overall! Ref: Schulz No. 1024 upper right corner.
This is a nice clean adjustable 5 long vintage wrench marked 3/8 SNAP-ON S 8184 USA PAT 3273430 5/16 in cast lettering. This wrench has what appears to be a satin chrome plated finish, although about 15% of it has worn off. A nice clean handy, vintage wrench!
This is a nice clean outside caliper marked P. LOWENTRAUT MFG. CO. NEWARK MADE IN AMERICA . A nicely made tool from the 1905-1920's era. These measure only 4.5 long. Has a good firm hinge joint, it is clean with very little wear. A nice clean antique machinist tool overall!
This is a nice clean bicycle wrench with the A-1 M M MADE IN USA PAT'D NOV. 13 00 PAT'D MAR 11 02 marks on it. Although the Frank Mossberg Attleboro Mass. mark isn't on this one the A-1 brand, and the double M in diamonds, is The FRANK MOSSBERG CO. logo. This one is 5 long overall. There is a few minor burrs on the jaws, not bad. The nickel plating is about 90% intact on this one, the metal on the moving jaw has casting grains in it, the nickel plating is over the top of those grained areas, so this is the way it was made. Jaw adjustment work good.
This is a quality made machinist's inside caliper, marked UNION CALIPER CO. ORANGE MASS. . It measures 3 from the pivot pin to the measuring end. It has a very strong spring, good clean threads, in very good working condition overall! This tool was made before 1916 when the company name was changed to Union Tool Co. at the same location.
This is an early 4 vernier caliper marked I . Made in England, it has both inch and metric markings on one side only. It's in good useable condition with some minor pitting on it, but not rusty now. The brass thumb screw locks down and holds the caliper in place very well. A nice early English machinist tool!
This is an interesting old combination wrench marked FORD T1349 in the center of the stamped steel body. The wrench is 8 3/8 long and has a 1 3/4 opened end, 1 1/8 wide oblong, 1 hex sizes. The opened end has been modified, most likely was boxed like the other end at one time. Otherwise a good old Ford wrench, not rusty, no crackes.
This is an interesting double ended wrench with a shield logo that has a V inside the shield. The boxed end is 2.12 , and the opened end is 1 7/16 . The overall length is 8 3/4 . This wrench is in good condition, not rusty, no cracks.
This is an interesting double ended wrench with a P459 mark cast onto the one socket. The square end is 7/8 and the hex end is 1 3/16 size. The wrench is 14.25 long overall. It appears that there was a bar that fit into the holes to form a T-Wrench at one time. An interesting speed wrench! This wrench is in good condition, not rusty, no cracks.
This is a very nice clean vintage precision test indicator marked LUFKIN NO. 199 on the box and on the indicator as well. The indicator is in good used, working condition with a few accessories for holding it in place. The yellow box is in solid condition the label is coming off in a few corners, otherwise, minor shop dirt, in good shape. A very nice old style indicator!
Offering this quality set of good clean sharp useable taps in their original wood box with wood dividers and sliding top. The box top is clearly marked BAY STATE TAP and the taps are marked BAY STATE 1/4-20 NC HS CG . These are very hard to find high speed ground machinist disposable tools in their original box. The taps are in very good shape, clean and sharp, they are all the same size taper, plug, bottoming (1) each. The box is solid and has protected the taps since the mid 1900's when they were made. It has a slotted wood carrier inside, red paper covered card board with a good label indicating that these are No. 900 taps. Don't miss out!
This is a nice clean farm implement combination wrench with 3 nut openings. On the end with the cut out sizes are 11/16 closed, 3/4 opened end. The other end is 35/64 . The overall length is 4.25 . There is no names or numbers on the wrench, the maker is unknown. The 35/64 opened ended opening is worn, with some variations in size due to wear.
This is a nice wood handle nut driver, marked by the maker Spintite Walden 5/8 . (MAKER: WALDEN WORCESTER WORCESTER MASS. U.S.A.). This is a used driver, in good condition, solid handle with good ferrule, minimal wear on the nut driver area also. A nice clean vintage driver!
This is a nice clean set of two types of pliers both marked Channellock. The long nose pliers are marked 3017 1/2, they are 8 long and have the ornate design on the outside handle area. The larger 10 long adjustable channel pliers are marked 420 and also some patent numbers on them. Both are in great shape, no rust, some minor staining, very little wear.
This is a nice old center gage by a rarely seen maker! American Caliper Company dates back to the late 1800's. This one is marked American Caliper Co. Rockford ILL. USA. The condition is good with some minor scatches, good clear markings, very little edge wear. A nice early machinist tool!
This is a nice set of double ended step down box wrenches marked BUCKEYE CHROME-VANADIUM STEEL . I am not sure who made these, but I believe they were made in Ohio. They are of good quality and in good+ used condition. The set of 4 has a range from 1/2 -7/8 x 13 long on the longest one.
This is a nice clean old outside spring caliper feature the split speed nut for fast adjusting and fine adjustment. This caliper is marked GOODELL-PRATT CO. GREENFIELD MASS. U.S.A. . It also has some former owner's intials on it. It's in good working condition with some minor nicks and scratches, very nice in the tip areas and the threaded areas. A good heavy duty caliper. Measures 9 long overall.
This is a 7/16 open ended wrench on both double ended end. One end head offset at about 30 degrees, making this a special purpose wrench. Marked BONNEY MADE IN U.S.A. 401A CHROME-VANADIUM 7/16 . Made by Bonney Vise long overall.
This is a good vintage ratchet wrench marked INDESTRO MFG. CO. CHICAGO ILL. U.S.A. . This is a single direction 7 long ratchet wrench in good working condition. Made of die formed steel. Slightly spread opened toward the ratchet gear end, works fine. This wrench originally came with a hex drive unit and a set of sockets. I am selling the wrench alone in this case.
This is a nice quality made 5 long bicycle wrench marked STERLING NO. 1 MANF'D FRANK MOSSBERG CO. ATTLEBORO MASS. U.S.A. NOV. 13 00 . This is a nice clean straight wrench with about 50% of the original nickel plating intact. The adjustable jaw works smoothly and jaws are in good shape. A nice old Sterling!
This is an interesting double caliper type tool that has the firm joint in the center. The tool moved freely but the joint is made in such a way that it is tight or will hold position once it's set. The tool is unique as it has two tabs that extend 1/8 90 degrees to the tool on one end. The tool measures 4.5 long overall x 1.75 wide fully closed. This tool is made of steel and may have been designed as an assembly tool of some sort.
This is a nice older draftman's instrument set marked B.K. ELLIOTT COMPANY CLEVELAND OHIO AND PITTSBURGH PA MADE IN GERMANY . The instruments all seem to be in good condition very nicely made. There is space for a few other items in the case, I don't know what they were, but this set appears to be very complete for a student set. Each of the major instruments are individually marked B.K. ELLIOTT . The case is in good condition with some wear on the outside, good snaps to hold it closed and nice velvet on the inside. A nice clean quality made set!
This is an early ratchet wrench marked THE KEYSTONE MFG. CO. BUFFALO N.Y. U.S.A. DROP FORGED STEEL SK555 on the handle. This wrench is 6 long with a 1/2 hex drive. The ratchet works very good, it's single directional, just flip the wrench over to go the opposite direction. A nicely made early wrench!
This is a nice clean inside caliper marked P. LOWENTRAUT MFG. CO. NEWARK N.J. along with a US logo in a diamond. A nicely made tool from the 1905-1920's era. These measure only 4 long. They have a good firm hinge joint, they are clean with very little wear. A nice clean antique machinist tool overall!
Vintage USA plane. Great looking old plane that is marked Made in USA #5. There is also a circle above the USA with something in it, but I can't make it out. I was told by a vintage tool on-line expert that this is probably a Stanley, as they made these for other companies and did not always have the Stanley name on them. This plane is made of iron I believe, and has a hardwood handle; it measures 9 long x 2.5 wide. It is in very good condition, and there is a nice patina on what appears to be mahogony handles. Put some of these vintage tools in a vintage toolbox for a very unique gift your man will love!
This is a nice clean older machinist tool that was designed for inspecting various depths on parts, for general use with a 4 long scale marked THE L.S.S. CO. No. 46 TEMPERED NO. 10. The blade can be mounted in either one of the two slots provided, and adjusted to the depth desired. There is one very small pitted area on the one side of the scale at around the 1/4 area, not back, but I felt I should mention it. Otherwise the tool is very good overall condition. Also included is the original box in good condition with some clear tape on two of the corners of the top of the box. The box has a good readable label on it for No. 46-A Depth Gage. A nice clean, handy machinist tool!
Vintage manual hand drill. Nice old drill with most of its original red paint intact and still quite bright. Some light rust on the metal areas, but it is still functional as a drill. Great gift for the man who likes old tools!
Starrett #463 0-.500 Micrometer With Special Adapter
Offering this Starrett Micrometer Head and the removable adaptor. All is in good working order. The head has satin chrome finish. Increment are .001. The adapter is hardened tool steel. It was designed to check T-Slots and other areas that the standard Micrometer can't reach. It's a handy tool to have.
J. T. Slocumb Co. Thread Pitch Micrometer 0-1 Inch
Offering a nice 0-1 thread pitch micrometer made in Prov. R.I. USA. Marked J.T. SLOCOMB CO. PROV. R.I. U.S.A. 0-1 on one side. It's in very good working order. The previous owner has scratched out the engaving on the frame on both sides, so the paint is about 70% there. Still a nice mic. to have on hand. This micrometer has been inspected, check out accurate. No rust, very clean.
Offering this specialty Micrometer by Mitutoyo. It features the 3/4 diameter carbide disks, friction ratchet and brake, and the satin chrome finish on the drive and the back section of the disks. The Plastic is in good shape and is marked with the model No.123-125A . Overall near mint condition. I can only see minor paint wear. The plastic box is good, having some dirt and marking on the top. The box also has the original sticker marked GMA-1 . There is a calibration wrench included also.
German Watch-craft 0-15 Mm Micrometer And Wood Box
Offering a nice clean top quality, vintage Watch-Craft Micrometer in metric. Increments are .01mm. It features a good working brake and ratchet. It's a very heavy duty micrometer in very good condition. The hardwood box has protected it well. The box is nice too, with a few small nicks and and scratches, the felt inside on the top is missing. There is a adjustment wrench included.
Offering this nice Starrett No.36 Iron Level in good condition. It's 18 long. All three glass sights are in good working order. The Japaning is about 90% original, and has some small white paint spatters here and there. There is no rust on the bare metal, but there is some very minor pitting in a few places. A nice well kept level overall!
Starrett Tubing Micrometer No. 576 1/2 Inch Small Size
Offering a nice Starrett No. 576 1/2 capacity tubing micrometer and it's original box. The mic is in very good used condition and is marked THE L.S. STARRETT CO. ATHOL MASS. U.S.A. ! It has 4 initials lightly etched on the back side of the frame, but otherwise it's very clean. The ratchet works good. The box is wood with leather material covering it. The leather is worn and some is missing, the latch works good. The hinges on the box work good, but it appears that the hinge pins have been replaced.
This is an hard to find Starrett No. 233 micrometer in the 0-.500 size. It features the brake and ratchet in good working order, with .001 increments. The micrometer is in good working order, free movement. We note some minor pitting on the frame section of this micrometer, no rust at all, inspected and checks out very good. It has .0001 graduation, not worn out or sloppy, a good useable micrometer. The numbers can still be seen just fine, but they are not as black as they were new. The pitting mentioned dosn't effect accuracy. The frame has been modified slighty from original, but was done neatly, without damaging the micrometer. A good useable mini micrometer!
This is a very early bevel protractor marked BROWN and also has the LBS logo. One similar to this one is listed in the 1924 B&S catalog, but this is an earlier one, as the 1924 model has the number 493 marked on it. This one is in good used condition with a few small dings and a few tiny stains, but I feel it is still a very good example of a early Brown & Sharpe designed tool, and a good collector tool as well, as the overall condition is very good considering it's age. The lines and numbers were rather small on this tool, so they were hard to capture in the photo, but I noticed the photographer in the 1924 catalog had the same problem. They are actually in pretty nice shape on this tool. They did increase the size of the numbers slightly in the years that followed.
This is a rule clamp, marked Lufkin No. 8. It is design to hold 2 steel rules together. The rule can be various widths up to 1 1/4 . The mottled blue finish is in good condition. Shows little signs of wear of use. A very nice machinist tool!
Brown & Sharpe Magnetic Block No. 760 & Fitted Case
Offering this nice magnetic block marked Brown long overall. It's square, and precision ground. Turn the switch to on to hold the part, off to release the part and anywhere in between for a lighter hold if a strong hold is not needed. I have used this type block for grinding, it has limits on part size, but holds very well if the part is about the same width (2 1/2 ) or more. I use it more for inspection of parts we hold a part on an angle is easier for example. This block has a steel side rail and end rail from help in holding parts square (included). The condition is very good with only a few minor scratches, and an identification number lightly etched into the bottom clearance area. Also included is a heavy duty hardwood case which has the B & S name marked on it. The case has an old repair on the side (shown in last picture) but is very solid and really help to protect this great old tool. Brown & Sharpe first offered the No. 760 block in 1940, but I am not sure if this one is that old. You can still buy a new one from a B&S distributor and they list for over $500.
This is an older center gage, marked AMERICAN CALIPER CO. ROCKFORD ILL. . It has some minor wear on the edges, and is thicker than the Starrett and Lufkin gages. It measures .052 thick. This is a rarely seen maker of machinist tools.
Early Ideal Tool Co. Machinist Machanicaltest Indicator
This is one of the first types of comparison type machanical indicators. It has no dial face like todays indicator, no plastic either. The body of this indicator is marked IDEAL TOOL CO. ROCHESTER N.Y. PATENTED . To date, I have never seen a broken Ideal indicator, that not to say some didn't get smashed or broken, but after about 60 year of use or just being stored, these indicators were made to preform a certain task, and do it well they have over the years. Sometimes simple is best, and to look at this indicator you can see, it all steel! This one is in great shape with a few minor stains, works good!
It's been many years since Sears began selling tools under the Craftsman name. Few other offer the same guarentee, though many offered similiar quality. This is a very nice older, 7 long Craftsman Outside Caliper. Marked CRAFTSMAN MADE IN USA . NO RUST, 99% LIKE NEW!
Offering this early combination caliper/wing dividers marked UNION TOOL CO. ORANGE MASS. USA on the wing. It's fully adjustable with a fine adjust thumb screw. It comes with a two pointed attachments, and 2 inside caliper attachments. The points are 4 1/4 long the other 2 are 5 1/2 long. The tool without the attachments in place is 3.75 long. I found this group in an old tool box, and believe that these pieces all go together. One nice feature about this tool is that you can also hold a standard pencil in the hold to mark on wood or other project material that may not scribe with a steel point. A very nice hard to find tool, in great shape overall!
Offering this early patented extension divider with the name S. COPELA.. PAT. MAY.....) marked on it. The actual patent date was May 24, 1887. I found reference to this early tool in Kenneth Cope's book AMERICAN MACHINIST TOOLS, under S. COPELAND patented gage and dividers U.S.A. PAT. # 363,600. Since I can't read all of the name I matched the early advertisement in the above book showing pictures of this tool at the top of page 29. I believe this to be the later patant of the ealier patented Cooke's divider (12/12/1871)due to the marking and configuration. I wish the stamp would have been better on this tool, but I feel there's enough there to justify my price. The pointed attachment appears to be newer, but this is a fully function tool, in great shape! This tool was found in an early tool of tools used by a stair maker.
Offering this nice clean older 2-3 micrometer marked BROWN 2-3. Increments are .001 . About 85% of the original paint is intact. It has satin chrome finish on the thimble. A good used micrometer, calibrates good with very little wear to the contact points and moving parts.
This is a good used 1-2 micrometer with .001 increments. This one has about 90% original paint intact with 95% of the original satin chrome intact. It's marked THE L.S. STARRETT CO. ATHOL MASS. U.S.A. NO. 436 1-2 . A good used micrometer with very little wear on the contact points.
Offering this rare hand tool catalog from 1900! It's the STARRETT TOOLS catalog No.22. It's red with black letters on the outside, some of the red cover is torn on the front side and has one fold mark, and the back side looks better than the front with less wear. The binding is good with 352 pages that are in good condition with limited dirt and darkening. There is a rare picture of the Starrett revolving triangular display case in this calalog as well as other rare tools that Starrett changed in later dates! In very good condition for a paper back book of this age.
This is a nice old small tools catalog from Brown & Sharpe dated 1929. It's in very good condition overall with old minor wear on the front cover and minor dirt on the rear cover. It has 428 pages of precision tools, pricing, and discription. A great reference tool for any machinist tool collector!
This is a rare old catalog from BAY STATE TAP & DIE COMPANY in Mansfield Mass catalog No. 28. It's in good condition with some wear, and some light moisture staining on the top edge of some of the pages. The cover is pressed paper with a leather look. They sold good quality taps and dies and sets. There is also a nice section of table in the back of the book. There is 117 pages. Also included is some advertising papers shown in the picture.
Offering this nice clean Brown & Sharpe Small Tools catalog No. 33, dated 1938. Blue paper cover has some dirt on it, but is in good shape otherwise. Most of the pages are clean, a few have light finger prints on them. The binding is in good shape with 480 pages of tools, discriptions, and pricing.
Starrett No. 2c Micrometer 1-2 Inch W/original Box
This is a good Antique Machinist tool, clearly marked The L.S. Starrett Co. on both the box on on the Micrometer itself. The tool is also marked No. 2-C. This micrometer has 1-2 capacity w/.001 increments. Features are lock nut, and ratchet brake. The micrometer is in good clean working condtion with no owner names, minor scuff and scratches. There is also a good wooden box included that is in good condition with box lap joints in the conrners and a good lable matching the micrometer discription. There a two papers included as well, one is a advertisement of new tools at the time, and a how to use brosure. The calibration wrench is in the box too.
This is a good clean combination wrench made in Fremont Ohio by HERBRAND. The opened end is for a 1 nut and the box end is for a 21/32 nut. I'm not sure what this wrench was made for, but it is clearly mark with the maker's name, and in good working condition.
This is a good used No. 8 Lufkin rule clamp, used for holding two steel rules together end to end. This one is in good shape with little wear, has a flame hardened type finish on it (somewhat like gun blueing). A nice machinist tool overall.
Offering this nice clean forging nipper clearly marked HELLER MADE IN USA on one side. Cutting edges in good condition with a few minor dings. Also features a wire cutting slot (also in very good shape). A rarely seen tool by a quality tool maker!