Brown Auctions Here comes my RSS info https://www.finetoolj.com/ 2021-05-08T19:47:31+01:00 FeedCreator 1.7.3 B58-680 2021-04-18T10:22:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:22:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7257/b58-680 B58-680 MODERN MAKER. Paul Hamler Reproduction of Davis Mantelclock Inclinometer. 2" long, cast in brass. Perfect reproduction of the iconic L.L. Davis inclinometer, early type with single locking screw on top, immaculate like all of Paul's work. Fine 400-800 B58-679 2021-04-18T10:23:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:23:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7256/b58-679 B58-679 MODERN MAKER. Paul Hamler Reproduction of Davis Filigree Level. 4" long, cast in brass. Perfect reproduction of the iconic L.L. Davis level, immaculate like all of Paul's work. Fine 400-800 B58-678 2021-04-18T10:24:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:24:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7255/b58-678 B58-678 ADVERTISING. Simonds Saw Puzzle. 3-1/2" by 1-1/2" piece of sheet metal with slots and 10 sliding buttons that spell out "Simonds Saw" when arranged properly. Marked "Patented" and "The Simond Saw Gives Results and Satisfies Every Use." Good 50-100 B58-677 2021-04-18T10:25:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:25:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7254/b58-677 B58-677 SET OF TWO SCREW BOXES. Holtzapffel & Co. Both 3/8", boxwood bodies with Holtzapffel's Charing Cross address, wooden tap. Good+ 100-200 B58-676 2021-04-18T10:26:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:26:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7253/b58-676 B58-676 HAND CRANKED LEATHER SKIVER. American Model A. St. Louis, "Patent Pending", and No. LS5440 all cast into base. 16" side and high and seriously heavy, japanning nearly intact and works smoothly. Good+ 150-300 B58-675 2021-04-18T10:27:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:27:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7252/b58-675 B58-675 STORE SCALE. The Micrometer. Made by the Dodge Mfg. Co. of Yonkers and meant for pharmacies and candy stores. The innovation, covered by three patents through 1903, is that turning a knob moves the counterweight in and out. 22" long overall, mounted on a decorative cast iron base, includes original brass, with a level vial and manufacturer and patent dates cast into it. Also has a seal certifying that it has been approved by the New Jersey Department of Weights and Measures so you know it's honest. A very attractive scale. From the Dennis Fisher collection. Fine 200-400 B58-674 2021-04-18T10:28:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:28:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7251/b58-674 B58-674 LOT OF STANLEY CASTING FORMS. Brass forms used to make molds for sand casting. Includes molds for the bodies of No. 78, 130, and 180 and an English 02, plus two "Stanley" notched rectangle plaques and some miscellaneous pieces. Good+ 150-250 B58-673 2021-04-18T10:29:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:29:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7250/b58-673 B58-673 COMMEMORATIVE TOOLS. Silver trowel with ivory handle, 13" long, and rosewood mallet, 7". The blade of the trowel is inscribed "Presented to F.L. Fothergill, Esq., Chairman of the Board of Guardians, On the Occasion of His Laying the Foundation Stone of the Chapel at the Dewsbury Union Workhouse Nov. 7th 1902." There are several hallmarks on the reverse side to tell you how fine the silver is and who made it. The turned rosewood mallet is unmarked, but with a Victorian coin mounted in the head and a silver ring around the handle. The tools are in the original fitted, plush-lined case. The idea of providing the dignitaries who presided at this type of ceremony with elaborate ceremonial "tools", as if they'd actually do any work, rather than using the money to, say, buy better food for the orphans at the workhouse, is one of those charming customs that made the Victorian Era so picturesque, and gave Charles Dickens so much material. Dewsbury, in west Yorkshire, had a workhouse at least since the 1770s. Fine 1000-2000 B58-672 2021-04-18T10:30:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:30:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7249/b58-672 B58-672 LOT OF TWO TOOL HANDLES. Millers Falls. One handle is a Millers Falls handle, 5-1/2" with rosewood handle, in a 6-1/2" x 3-1/2" box with an intact label in the lid reading "Family Tool Chest No. 2", manufactured by Millers Falls. There are a number of small bits in a wooden rack, and several larger blades for a chisel, saw, prybar, etc. Since the tool handle doesn't have a hollow handle to store the tools, it was presumably made for this set. The box also includes a second rosewood tool handle, unmarked but looks like a J.S. Fray, with a full set of tools in its handle. We're not familiar with this particular set, but it looks like the MF handle belongs here and the Fray was just stored in the same box. In any case, you get them both. Good+ 120-240 B58-671 2021-04-18T10:31:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:31:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7248/b58-671 B58-671 CIRCULAR SPOKESHAVE. Millers Falls No.1 "Cigar" Shave. . One of MF's signature tools, patented by Albert Goodell before the founding of Goodell-Pratt. This is the 10" model with cocobolo handles and is in immaculate condition, wood fine, nickel perfect, red japanning in the throat 95%. Every collection needs one of these, and you'll look a long time for a nicer one. Fine 100-200 B58-670 2021-04-18T10:32:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:32:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7247/b58-670 B58-670 LOT OF TWO FLEXIBLE SOLE SPOKESHAVES. E.C. Stearns. Patented in 1900 by Herbert Coe of Phoenix and manufactured by Stearns, a piece of flexible metal allows the sole to be convex or concave. 9-3/4" wide. One is the earlier type shown in Lamond, Figure 8/25, without holes in the handle, the other is the later type and is missing the flexible sole. Brass lever caps on both are immaculate, japanning fully intact. Good & better 150-250 B58-669 2021-04-18T10:33:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:33:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7246/b58-669 B58-669 CHAMFER SHAVE. Stanley No. 65. 80% japanning, cutter with large J mark. Good+ 80-150 B58-668 2021-04-18T10:34:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:34:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7245/b58-668 B58-668 UNIVERSAL SPOKE SHAVE. Stanley No. 67. Both bottoms and fence, original cutter with sweetheart. Typical cracks in handle collars, wood and metal otherwise fine. Good+ 100-200 B58-667 2021-04-18T10:35:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:35:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7244/b58-667 B58-667 WINDSOR BEADER. Kendall & Vose. Final type with a single cutter, wood and metal fine, patent date stamped on body. Good+ 100-200 B58-666 2021-04-18T10:36:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:36:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7243/b58-666 B58-666 ELABORATELY CARVED ROUTER. Laminated body with several layers, including ebony around throat. 16" wide. Brass cutter strap with forged brass wingnut. Unsigned but beautifully made. Good+ 200-400 B58-665 2021-04-18T10:37:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:37:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7242/b58-665 B58-665 SET OF SPOKESHAVES. Cincinnati Tool Co. Matching set of concave and convex shaves, both 11" with 2" cutters, "Cin. T. Co" cast into cutter holders (convex adds "The"). See Lamond, Figure 8/30. Wood fine, original marked cutters, japanning 50%. Fine 150-250 B58-664 2021-04-18T10:38:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:38:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7241/b58-664 B58-664 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MOLDING PLANE. I. Nicholson. Small plane with a v-shaped sole and cutter, probably used to clean the groove cut in a tongue-and-groove. See Whelan, pp. 153-54. 9-3/4" long by 2-5/8" high, 1/4" profile on the sole and cutter. Flat chamfers, fluting, relieved wedge. There's some damage to the sole just behind the throat, but otherwise a good clean example of a very uncommon Nicholson plane. From the Bud Steere collection. Good+ 400-800 B58-663 2021-04-18T10:39:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:39:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7240/b58-663 B58-663 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MOLDING PLANE. E. Clark. Astragal and dropped cove, 9-3/4" by 3" high, 1" profile, flat chamfers, fluting, relieved wedge. Hang hole at toe that has been partially plugged. Overall wear and some staining but no real damage. A "Middleboro" mark, faint but legible. From the collection of Arnold "Jake" Johnson. Good 200-400 B58-662 2021-04-18T10:40:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:40:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7239/b58-662 B58-662 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MOLDING PLANE. Nicholson. 3/8" side bead, 9-7/8" long by 2-1/2" high, 5/8" profile, narrow flat chamfers, relieved wedge. Chipping along edge of sole. The Nicholson mark is light and we can't tell whether the initial is F or I. Good 200-400 B58-661 2021-04-18T10:41:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:41:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7238/b58-661 B58-661 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MOLDING PLANE. Cesar Chelor. Ogee, 10" by 3" high, 3/4" profile. Wide flat chamfers and fluting. Some staining. A mark, very clear. From the collection of Arnold "Jake" Johnson. Good+ 1000-2000 B58-660 2021-04-18T10:42:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:42:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7237/b58-660 B58-660 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MOLDING PLANE. U. Clap. 9-5/8" long by 3-1/4" high, quirk astragal, spring marked, 1/2" profile, wide flat chamfers, relieved wedge. Not sure whether it?s the A or B mark, but very clear. Fine 300-600 B58-659 2021-04-18T10:43:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:43:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7236/b58-659 B58-659 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MOLDING PLANE. A. Fisk. Side bead, 1/4", 10" long by 2-1/4" high, narrow flat chamfers, fluted toe and heel, relieved wedge. Some small scrapes in the right cheek at the toe, otherwise very clean. A mark. From the collection of Arnold "Jake" Johnson. Fine 300-600 B58-658 2021-04-18T10:44:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:44:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7235/b58-658 B58-658 IVORY TIPPED PLOW PLANE. A & E Baldwin. Unhandled, ebony body and wedge, boxwood arms, nuts and fence. Wedge has some damage, threads are chipped on rear inner arm, ivory tips had cracks but intact, body has some tight checks. Butcher cutter, some pitting and slightly spalled. Mark is very faint but looks like D. Good 200-400 B58-657 2021-04-18T10:45:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:45:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7234/b58-657 B58-657 SCREW ARM PLOW PLANE. Arrowmammett Tool Works. Beech with boxwood nuts and arms and boxed skate. A couple of very small chips from the threads and some light staining on the rear inside nut, otherwise in immaculate condition. C mark and user name stamped on toe. Includes a set of six Humphreysville cutters. An exceptionally clean and attractive plow. Fine 150-250 B58-656 2021-04-18T10:46:00+01:00 2021-04-18T10:46:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/7233/b58-656 B58-656 MODERN MAKER. Jim Moon Reproduction of M'Master One Arm Plow. Dr. Moon's exquisite reproduction of the ebony plow with a single brass arm with ivory adjustment knob produced by Z.J. M'Master as a prototype but never manufactured. Stamped with Moon's mark on the heel. Fine 2000-4000