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No. 38 & 338 Cast Iron Level Stands Here
are 3 Stanley Leveling Stands. These tools were designed to turn a level
into a rough leveling instrument for layouts and the like. The Stanley 38 level stand
was designed to fit Stanley's line of metal levels.
The 38 is the cast iron level stand with the 12 inch level in it and the
level is included.
Stanley # 48 level stands were for wooden levels.
The Stanley # 338 Level Stand can be used with either wood or metal levels.
It has thumbscrews to tighten against both sides of either a wood or metal
level. One of the # 338 stands offered has the lower base that has
fittings for legs or a staff, and one does not.
# 138 Level Sights in Box 5 sets. Most have Sweetheart era stamps. Most appear to be unused.
The # 138 fit the Stanley line of wooden levels. Used to aid in layout, grading, and other building projects.
# 1 & # 2 Level Sights in Box
The # 1 & # 2 Stanley Level Sights are made of cast iron while the # 138
sights are stamped brass. The # 2 on the right fit the Stanley line of wooden levels.
The # 1 on the left fit metal levels with a 1" top rail. Used to aid in layout, grading, and other building projects.
Odd Spoke Shave
I could not find this shave in the book. It might be there, but - - - - -
I see no maker marks. It is an interesting design with the tabs and heavy cast blade holder.
The condition is nice, noting the collectors trademark coat of lacquer.
Patent Box Scraper
This style box scraper was patented by Joseph
Bailey and assigned to Seldon Bailey who owned the Bailey Tool Co. of Woonsocket
Rhode Island. The patent was granted on July 26 1870. These can
be found in several sizes and I believe this one at approx. 8" is the
smallest and hardest to find. A rare piece. Nice enough
for the collection.
Millers Patent Iron Wrap Around Fence & 2 Piece Fence Screws The
41 fence and screws are being offered separately. The iron wrap around fillister fence will
fit on a number of different type 41 Millers Patent Planes. The 2 two piece screws were not offered past 1874 or 1875 and are found only
on Type 1 thru 3 Miller Patent planes. These are original, very
hard to find, and very nice.
Red Stanley Clamp-on Bench Vise w/ Anvil These can come in handy for holding small pieces. It appears one owner user
was drilling a hole or using a round file one day from the groove we see in the top.
NOS #90 / 92 / 93 Cutters
These NOS cutters have the notched rectangle logo and date from
WWII or after. They are US made. They will fit all the different size #90 series rabbit /
Bullnose planes except for the #94. Tough to find anymore, and Nice!
Drill Bits for Millers Falls or Goodell Pratt Drivers / Drills w/ Round
These will fit into anything with a chuck that tightens. I think
they changed to the fluted style after somebody pointed out they
What you see in the pics is what you get.
Some repeats. Sold as a lot. Nice!!