Brown Auctions Here comes my RSS info https://www.finetoolj.com/ 2021-08-04T07:25:56+01:00 FeedCreator 1.7.3 B58-395 2021-04-18T15:07:00+01:00 2021-04-18T15:07:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6932/b58-395 B58-395 MODERN MAKER. R.M. Soule Screw Arm Plow Plane. Mahogany body and skate with boxwood nuts and arms, turned ivory finials. Beautifully made by Bob Soule who passed away a few years ago at 93. Old E.M. Chapin cutter. One tiny chip from threads, otherwise pristine. Fine 400-800 B58-394 2021-04-18T15:08:00+01:00 2021-04-18T15:08:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6931/b58-394 B58-394 UNHANDLED SCREW ARM PLOW PLANE. Israel O. Beaton. Solid boxwood throughout. There is unfortunately a large shrinkage crack in the body running from the depth stop adjusting plate to the right front screw hole; apart from that the wood is very clean and attractive. Beatton was a hardware dealer in Middletown, NY, this is his B mark. Good 100-200 B58-393 2021-04-18T15:09:00+01:00 2021-04-18T15:09:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6930/b58-393 B58-393 UNHANDLED SCREW ARM PLOW PLANE. J. Killam. Beech body, skate and wedge, boxwood arms and nuts. Threads very clean, small chip in front of skate, wedge is worn. D mark, but with the shield from the A mark, a combination not shown in AWP. From the Bud Steere collection. Good+ 80-150 B58-392 2021-04-18T15:10:00+01:00 2021-04-18T15:10:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6929/b58-392 B58-392 SCREW ARM PLOW PLANE. Sandusky Tool Co. No. 133. Solid boxwood with four ivory tips with turned finials. A couple of very small chips to threads, a couple of checks in the body, insect or water damage to top of fence, G mark, faint, with user mark under it, Humphreys cutter. Good 200-350 B58-391 2021-04-18T15:11:00+01:00 2021-04-18T15:11:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6928/b58-391 B58-391 UNHANDLED SCREW ARM PLOW PLANE. O. Andrus. Beech body, skate and wedge, skate boxed, boxwood arms and nuts. Threads very clean, small chip in front of skate. W. Greaves cutter. A mark, very clear, with user initials. Plows by Andrus are not common, and this is a nice one. From the Bud Steere collection. Fine 80-150 B58-390 2021-04-18T15:12:00+01:00 2021-04-18T15:12:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6927/b58-390 B58-390 SLIDE ARM PLOW PLANE. J. Dearborn. Fruitwood, 9-1/8" long, round chamfers, carved boxwood locking screws, four brass tips on arms, heavy iron skate, bass depth stop screw. The plane described in AWP, where the mark is unrated but thought to date to the early 1800s. From the Bud Steere collection. Good+ 60-120 B58-389 2021-04-18T15:13:00+01:00 2021-04-18T15:13:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6926/b58-389 B58-389 IVORY TIPPED PLOW PLANE. D.R. Barton. Rosewood body, fence and wedge, boxwood arms and nuts. Four turned ivory finials, some checks but near white, a few chips in the threads, small check in one outer nut. E mark. Stamped 532 on toe (with "2" upside down) and almost certainly made by Greenfield Tool for Barton. Butcher cutter, slightly spalled. A very attractive plow. Fine 300-600 B58-388 2021-04-18T15:14:00+01:00 2021-04-18T15:14:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6925/b58-388 B58-388 THREE-ARMED PLOW PLANE. Mockridge & Francis. Extremely rare unhandled example of the three-armed self-regulating plow manufactured by the Newark, NJ, partnership of Abraham Mockridge and Elias Francis in the 1860s. Body, fence and arms look like ebony but could be very dark rosewood. Brass adjusting nut and bridge, brass-tipped arms. The wooden nut on the outboard side of the body is a modern replacement, the wedge is missing its finial, and there are some miscelleaneous dings, particularly on the heel, but overall a nice clean example of a very rare plane. C mark, upside down, plus user names on toe. Good+ 6000-9000 B58-387 2021-04-18T15:15:00+01:00 2021-04-18T15:15:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6924/b58-387 B58-387 THREE-ARM PLOW PLANE. Israel White. Extraordinarily rare handled version of White's 1834 patent, second version with the bridle type bridge. Beech body, bridge and wedge, boxwood nuts and fence, ebony arms with ivory tips. Ivory adjustment scales inlaid into front arm and body to adjust brass depth stop. Two brass rollers in the fence, one of only two known examples with this feature. The mark is not identical to any of those listed in AWP; it's closest to the D mark but with a row of stars surrounding the eagle and the word "Warranted" missing. The serial number is 106. There are no journeyman's initials in the mark itself, but the initials "JS" are stamped in the bridge, indicating that it was made by James Silcock. Threads are immaculate, a few chips from the fence and tight checks around the throat, ivory tips white and complete with a couple of small checks. The lot includes a framed reproduction of the 1833 broadside advertising the patent and signed by 100 Philadelphia architects, carpenters, cabinetmakers and piano makers endorsing its virtues. A plane as beautiful as it is rare, destined to be the centerpiece of any advanced collection. From the Dennis Fisher collection. Fine 10000-20000 B58-386 2021-04-18T15:16:00+01:00 2021-04-18T15:16:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6923/b58-386 B58-386 SCREW ARM PLOW PLANE. Owasco Tool Co. Solid boxwood throughout, including original proper wedge. The wood has a beautiful creamy grain and is in immaculate condition, noting a couple of small chips in the threads. B1 mark, Humphreysville cutter. A stunning plane. Fine 250-450 B58-205 2021-04-18T18:17:00+01:00 2021-04-18T18:17:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6697/b58-205 B58-205 SCREW ARM PLOW PLANE. John Frace. Rosewood body and fence, boxwood arms, nuts and wedge. A couple of small chips from the threads and rear inside nut, wedge is worn, and overall a very attractive plow with beautiful rosewood grain. Has a newish coat of wax. Frace was a carpenter and planemaker from Newton, NJ, whose mark ranks four stars in AWP. Fine 200-400 B58-204 2021-04-18T18:18:00+01:00 2021-04-18T18:18:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6696/b58-204 B58-204 UNHANDLED SCREW ARM PLOW PLANE. E.F. Seybold. Ebony body, fence and wedge, boxwood arms, shoulders and nuts. There are some small chips to the threads and turned edges of the nuts and some overall dinging to the ebony body, but no major damage. Overall a very attractive plow. D mark without the "warranted" line. Good+ 100-200 B58-203 2021-04-18T18:19:00+01:00 2021-04-18T18:19:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6695/b58-203 B58-203 IVORY TIPPED PLOW PLANE. J. Bracelin. Unhandled, solid boxwood throughout, boxwood nice and creamy noting a check in the right cheek, small stain on wedge, threads have a few small chips, ivory tips have a couple of cracks but no damage. Bracelin was an edge tool maker in Dayton, this plane is stamped "103" underneath Bracelin's B mark (upside down and light) and was clearly made by Ohio Tool, it also has an OTC cutter. Fine 300-600 B58-202 2021-04-18T18:20:00+01:00 2021-04-18T18:20:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6694/b58-202 B58-202 YANKEE PLOW PLANE. Three Star Early Maker. John Lindenberger worked in Providence, RI, from 1787-1817. This is his A mark, good clear stamp. Yellow birch with rounded chamfers, typical of his later work. Sliding fence and wood depth stop locked with hand-carved thumbscrews, riveted skate, Dwights French cutter. Wedge is missing its finial and there's a check in the heel, otherwise very clean. Good+ 150-250 B58-201 2021-04-18T18:21:00+01:00 2021-04-18T18:21:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6693/b58-201 B58-201 THREE-ARM PLOW PLANE. Craftsman made, unhandled, beech, sliding arms with distance regulated by a central screw through a brass bridge between the arms and adjusted with a thumbscrew. Two user names stamped on toe. Comes with a set of 10 plow plane blades by various makers. Very nicely made. Good+ 500-1000 B58-200 2021-04-18T18:22:00+01:00 2021-04-18T18:22:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6692/b58-200 B58-200 UNHANDLED SCREW ARM PLOW PLANE. Joel Fenn & Co. Beech with boxwood nuts, rear arm and shoulder have what looks like some water damage and small chips from threads, wedge looks like a replacement, chip at front of throat, nice clear stamp, Fred Stone cutter. Fenn was a Connecticut maker in the first half of the nineteenth century, two stars, plows by him are very uncommon. Good+ 100-200 B58-199 2021-04-18T18:23:00+01:00 2021-04-18T18:23:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6691/b58-199 B58-199 CABINETMAKER'S BLOCK PLANE. Stanley No. 9. Proper Type 2 with parallel adjustment knob, A mark on cutter. Like new. Fine 1500-2500 B58-198 2021-04-18T18:24:00+01:00 2021-04-18T18:24:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6690/b58-198 B58-198 CORRUGATED SOLE BENCH PLANE. Stanley No. 4-1/2C. Type 16 with notched rectangle cutter and kidney hole in orange lever cap. Like new. Fine 175-350 B58-197 2021-04-18T18:25:00+01:00 2021-04-18T18:25:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6689/b58-197 B58-197 SHOOTING BOARD PLANE. Leonard Bailey?. 16" long with a 3-1/4" skewed cutter. There's a capital "B" cast into the lever cap, and the cap screw itself is identical to those used on the Victor line of planes. However, there's no record of Leonard Bailey having produced a plane like this (he did make a shooting board plane, but it has a different design). No other markings, and there's no fence to go with it. So was this designed by America's greatest planemaking genius, or just some guy whose name started with B and who happened to have a Victor cap screw lying around? Your guess is as good as ours. For what it's worth, we're aware of at least one other similarly marked plane. From the Bud Steere collection. Good 200-300 B58-196 2021-04-18T18:26:00+01:00 2021-04-18T18:26:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6688/b58-196 B58-196 PRELATERAL JOINTER. Stanley No. 7. Type 1/Type 2 transition period with banjo spring on lever cap but without Bailey's name on the solid adjustment nut, proper marked cutter and cap iron, a few small chips from the tote edge, japanning 75%. Good+ 500-900 B57-395 2020-10-05T15:12:00+01:00 2020-10-05T15:12:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6110/b57-395 B57-395 BRIDLE PLOW PLANE. Mathieson & Son. Nice example, red beech body and fence, ebony brass-tipped arms with boxwood wedges, cast iron bridle with brass thumbscrew. Side lock on depth stop. No. 7 cutter. Overall dinging and two largish chips from fence. Good+ 200-400 **All bids must be placed by end of day Friday, October 30, 2020. Auction takes place live-in-person at the Wyndham Garden, York, PA, at 9:00am, Saturday, October 31. Successfully placed bids will be found under My Bids. Current high bids may be obtained by emailing finetoolj@gmail.com or calling (800) 248-8114** B57-394 2020-10-05T15:13:00+01:00 2020-10-05T15:13:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6109/b57-394 B57-394 SCREW ARM PLOW PLANE. Auburn Tool Co. Rosewood body, fence and wedge with dramatic sapwood streak, boxwood arms and nuts, turned finials on inner ends. One microscopic chip to the threads, otherwise like new. A breathtakingly beautiful plow. A mark, John Bull No. 8 cutter. Fine 400-600 **All bids must be placed by end of day Friday, October 30, 2020. Auction takes place live-in-person at the Wyndham Garden, York, PA, at 9:00am, Saturday, October 31. Successfully placed bids will be found under My Bids. Current high bids may be obtained by emailing finetoolj@gmail.com or calling (800) 248-8114** B57-393 2020-10-05T15:14:00+01:00 2020-10-05T15:14:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6108/b57-393 B57-393 SCREW ARM PLOW PLANE. A. Howland & Co. Rosewood body and fence, boxwood arms and nuts. There's some wear on the wedge and it could use some cleaning, but overall in very good condition. Good+ 100-200 **All bids must be placed by end of day Friday, October 30, 2020. Auction takes place live-in-person at the Wyndham Garden, York, PA, at 9:00am, Saturday, October 31. Successfully placed bids will be found under My Bids. Current high bids may be obtained by emailing finetoolj@gmail.com or calling (800) 248-8114** B57-392 2020-10-05T15:15:00+01:00 2020-10-05T15:15:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6107/b57-392 B57-392 UNHANDLED SCREW ARM PLOW PLANE. J. Denison. Very uncommon example with ebony body, fence, outer nuts and wedge; boxwood arms and inner nuts. The ebony has some typical age checks and one chip from the upper edge of the left cheek, otherwise very clean. Ohio Tool Co. cutter, E mark, very clear. Good+ 400-800 **All bids must be placed by end of day Friday, October 30, 2020. Auction takes place live-in-person at the Wyndham Garden, York, PA, at 9:00am, Saturday, October 31. Successfully placed bids will be found under My Bids. Current high bids may be obtained by emailing finetoolj@gmail.com or calling (800) 248-8114** B57-391 2020-10-05T15:16:00+01:00 2020-10-05T15:16:00+01:00 /auction/list-auctions/viewbids/6106/b57-391 B57-391 SLIDE ARM PLOW PLANE. N.L. Barrus. Beech throughout with cast brass locking nuts for the arms and the tombstone depth stop. Wedge is worn, there are depressions on the arms from the locking nuts, and some staining on the fence. Nathan Barrus worked in Warren, RI, in the 1840s, his mark rates three stars and this one is missing the "Warranted" shown in AWP. There's also a neat "BB" cartouche on the toe, and user initials stamped on the cheek. Good+ 80-150 **All bids must be placed by end of day Friday, October 30, 2020. Auction takes place live-in-person at the Wyndham Garden, York, PA, at 9:00am, Saturday, October 31. Successfully placed bids will be found under My Bids. Current high bids may be obtained by emailing finetoolj@gmail.com or calling (800) 248-8114**