G 59 MI170250 Washbrough An 18th Century cast bronze English Skillet by Washbrough, who's name is cast into the handle, as was the fashion with these.
This is American cast iron work at its best.
It has been ground for use in a jack plane.
Fine 29 MI150558 Buck, Tottenham.It's a deceptively simple tool and an absolutely essential bit of gunsmith's kit.G 69 MI170180 Pike A Pike 6" by 2" stone in the original box.I am not sure of the age but I would guess it to be first half of the 19th Century.This tool is in lovely as found condtion except that the brass ferule was hand can someone take a gift back legally polished at some point in the past, probably quite a long time ago.It is also a very plain example of one of these scarce tools.Great old and untouched condition.Judging from the blade, kroger fuel rewards phone number which is not honed, and the sole, I don't think that it was ever used.It was probably 1 1/2" when the knife was new, but is has been sharpened a number of times.A very nice example.Stoudt An early hand forged ax head for a felling.
G 45 MI151123 W S Butcher This is a rare original invoice from.
It would probably improve with a cleaning with my usual wax and rag.
This one is untouched, and would rate fine, but for shrinkage checks.
G 199 MI10087 Victorian Prize Medal, 1866 A 1 7/8" diameter medal awarded.For a quality US made hammer, it is a gift.I imagine that this tool was bought for one job and after that wasn't used again.It is distinguised by its elegant stop chamfering.The invoice was.Fine 169 MI141058 Underwood, 56 Haymarket, London A horn scaled race knife in the original leather belt holster.This one has been properly cleaned with wax (there may be some on the wedges which will need to be removed to use it) and is nice enough for a good collection or it will make a nice user.They are made from some kind of pressed saw dust material.