AUCTION : 0519

Lots 651 - 660: Tools & Scientific Instruments

Lot#: 651

DESCRIPTION: Tools- 4 (Four): lot includes a Stanley No. 71 router in its original box, circular plane No. 13, circular plane No. 113, and a Stanley jointer gauge No. 386.
CONDITION: light rust, lost paint, sold "as is".
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $150

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Lot#: 652

DESCRIPTION: Tools- 13 (Thirteen) planes: lot includes a Stanley No. 48 tongue and groove plane, small bullnose plane, duplex rabbet plane, Fulton double end block plane, 3 Stanley block planes, 2 No. 5 planes by Power-Kraft and Stanley, Stanley No. 95 edge trimmer, spoke shave, and scraper plane.
CONDITION: tools have rust on steel surfaces, other with lost paint, sold "as is".
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $175



Lot#: 653

DESCRIPTION: Tools- 15 (Fifteen): Stanley combination plane with cutters, Stanley No. 20 Circular plane, No. 112 cabinet scraper, No. 94 rabbet plane, duplex rabbet plane, two No. 4 jack planes, small bull nose plane, five block planes, and two shaves.
CONDITION: used, oxidized, some with missing parts. Sold "as is".
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $250

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Lot#: 654

DESCRIPTION: Tools- 35 (Thirty-five) pieces: lot includes a No. 35 Level, No. 9 level, Stanley 9 inch level, Stanley tack hammer, Stanley cast iron 4 inch level, Starret combination hand vise No. 86a in box, two butt gauges, Stanley No. 59 doweling jig in box, wood rules, four wood hand planes, and much more.
CONDITION: sold "as is".
ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE SOLD: $125

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Lot#: 655

DESCRIPTION: 2 (Two) Stuart Turner Ltd., England model steam engines, models S50, a single lung horizontal in green paint, and D10, a double lung vertical in green and red paint. The equivalent models on Stuart's website sell for about $2500 plus shipping today.
CONDITION: the condition is good with a patina over brass and minor flaking in paint. Upright is 6" height, horizontal is 8.5"length. Sold "as is".
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE SOLD: $450
CIRCA: late 20th century

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Lot#: 656

DESCRIPTION: Lot of twelve Minox C cameras, three flash units, manuals and packaging
CONDITION: four cameras working, the others for parts or repair, multiple lots sold as is, no returns
ESTIMATE: $300 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $100

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Lot#: 657

DESCRIPTION: Wilhelm Lambrecht, Gottingen, Germany, recording weather station, three independent spring driven movement powering papered drums to record humidity,temperature and barometric pressure, in a locking metal case with glazed front door and keyholes in the rear for wall mounting.
CONDITION: the sheet metal case with hinged glass front door is in sound condition with some flaking green paint. There are appropriate graphs on each cylinder. A stack of previously used graphs are in the bottom of the case. Movements will need attention.
ESTIMATE: $150 - $250
PRICE SOLD: $150
CIRCA: 1947
DIMENSIONS: 23.5in x 14in x 8.5in

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Lot#: 658

DESCRIPTION: Instruments- 4 (Four): (1) Radio Corporation of America, New York, NY, "Westinghouse Aeriola Sr. Receiver", type RF, style 319564, tube-based radio receiver requiring battery power in a fitted wood box, c1923; (2) Jewell Electrical Instrument Co., Chicago, Ill., "Jewell Standard Milli-Ammeter", analog current meter in a brass case with steel backplate, paper dial with scale from 0-100, c1910; (3) Hoyt Electrical Instrument Works, Pennacook, N.H., analog volt meter in a brass case, papered dial, and heavy beveled glass front, measuring from 1-15 volts, c1915; (4) Central Scientific Company, Chicago, Ill., "Volt-Ammeter" combination analog meter in a copper plated brass case, papered dial, all mounted to a molded wood backboard.
CONDITION: (1) Generally good condition, box with scuffs and scratches, good paper instructions tacked to inside of lid. Condition of wiring and tubes is not known. (2) Brass case with some small scratches, dial good, condition of wiring unknown. (3) Very good condition, condition of wiring in unknown. Adrian Hazen Hoyt started Hoyt Electrical Instrument Works in Penacook, New Hampshire in 1904. It is still in business today. (4) Copper plating worn on bottom corners, terminal posts with oxidation, dial very good. Dimensions are for the radio reciever (1)
ESTIMATE: $100 - $200
PRICE SOLD: $125
DIMENSIONS: 7in x 8.5in x 7in

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Lot#: 659

DESCRIPTION: Instruments- 6 (Six) Gauges: lot includes gauges of various sizes and types by American Steam Gauge & Valve Co., The Ashton Valve Co., Ashcroft American, and Crosby. The standout item is the piece by American Steam Gauge with a 10 inch silvered dial and club hand in a heavy brass case.
CONDITION: Dimensions are for the American Steam Gauge. Sold "as is".
ESTIMATE: $300 - $400
PRICE SOLD: $175
DIMENSIONS: 12in x 12in x 3.25in

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Lot#: 660

DESCRIPTION: Instruments- 16 (Sixteen) Gauges: lot includes gauges of various sizes and types by The Ashton Valve Co., Ashcroft American, U.S. Gauge Co., and others. Standout items include two gauges with 8 inch dials, and a gauge by Ashton Valve Co. that features a silvered dial reading "Fitzhenry-Guptill Co. / East Cambridge, Mass."
CONDITION: sold "as is".
ESTIMATE: $300 - $500
PRICE SOLD: $150
DIMENSIONS: x 10in x 2.5in

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