This is a very clean, sharp and ready to use Patented spoke shave by Millers Falls Co.! It is a pleasure to use, has a very solid feel, and curls chips away better than many spoke shaves. It is marked "MF CO. MILLERS FALLS MASS. PAT. FEB.19.1884" on the main steel beam. $125.00
Offering this nice antique farm/barn triple tackle block with the single becket, has (3) pulley wheels.This one is also marked be the marker; "THE UPSON WALTON CO. CLEVELAND OHIO" on both brass medalions on each side. $70
This is one of the nicest Stanley No. 923 braces we have ever seen! Offering this top quality 10" swing brace with Cocobolo Handle and ball bearing head movement. It is marked "STANLEY NO. 923-10" on the arms and some of the 100 plus label remaining on the head handle. $95
This is a very nice clean used Stanley level with the majority of it's original finish intact. It is marked "STANLEY S.W. MADE IN U.S.A. NO. 3 TO ADJUST REMOVE PLATES on the nickel plated brass with the Sweetheart Stanley logo. $70
This is a rare, patented, good looking, working patented combination pliers, mostly used for fence work. There is no visible patent dates or maker's name. After doing some research, we found this rare tool was patented MAY 22, 1900 by MAXSON G. D. & L. C. and some of these combination tools were lightly stamp M. & M. Co. or Maxson & Maxson
This is a very nice, clean single rope pulley marked "H-25?" on one of the inner cast iron spokes of the pulley wheel. Top quality, believed to have been made by Starline. This one has a nice spoke wheel and sort of cast cut-out design. The all metal design of mostly cast iron made this design very strong and durable.
This is a handsome 4 volume complete set of Audels Mason & Builders guide books, published and printed by Theo. Audel & Co, New York, 1924. This is a first edition, first printing, complete set of 4. Overall very good condition, with the rare bright red color semi-hard boards, very clean, gold gilt lettering on spines, and gold page edges on all three sides......$115 Click on the photo to order.
This is one of the earliest 9" long Stanley patented screwdrivers, this one has the 1871 patent lightly stamped on it just below the "STANLEY RULE & LEVEL CO." mark. The beech handle has the single rivot in it that holds it firmly to the steel blade as well as a good brass ferrule.