Bitstock And Boring Tools For Sale
This is a list of braces and boring tools for sale. Some of them will have a button to click to see a picture. Instead of having to load each image to continue, just scroll this list and click to see an image. This list has Braces, Hollow Augers, Spoke Pointers, Angle Devices, and Bits and Accessories. I'm including push drills and screwdrivers ... you can get drill bits for the screwdrivers.

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Boring Machines, Auger handles, etc.

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    Auger Handles
  1. P. S. & W. ADJUSTABLE AUGER HANDLE. Patented Mar. 20, 1888 stamped in the wood. For large tanged bits. Crisp with some dirt, G++ ........... $40.00
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  2. ELLRICH HDW CO., ADJUSTABLE AUGER HANDLE. The chuck holds large tanged bits. Pat April 15, 1884 cast in the metal, G ........... $40.00
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  3. MILLERS FALLS NO. 4, RATCHET AUGER HANDLE. The beefy chuck holds large tanged bits, for timber framing. Ratchets right or left. One side handle can be attached to the top for work in tight places. Completely functional. owner's name scratched in the black finish of both parts, G++ ........... Sold $80.00
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Braces

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  1. NORTH BROS. YANKEE NO. 75, RATCHET PUSH BRACE, Has patent from 1895 to 1912. 16 1/4 inches long when closed, extends to 23 1/2 inches.
    Alligator-jaw chuck holds tanged bits up to 1/2 inch. The nickel plating has some wear and tool-box scratches, G+ ............... $70.00
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  2. SPOFFORD'S PATENT BRACE, 8 inch sweep. Has the Mar 23, 1880 patent date. All iron. Crisp and still tight with a lot of original patina, G+ .............. $60.00
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  3. STANLEY NO. 923-8 BRACE, 8 inch sweep. Made in USA logo. Universal jaws hold all ordinary size taper shank bits, also round shank bits or drills from 1/8 to 1/2 inch in diameter. A high-quality artisan's tool. Bronze bushed, ball bearing head. Box ratchet. Some minor scuffing to the stained hardwood pad and handle. The plating looks like it is from WW II, some minor rust. The works are still tight and completely functional, G++ .............. $40.00
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  4. STANLEY YANKEE NO. 2101-10 IN BRACE. 10 inch sweep. Bell System mark. An earlier one after Stanley took over, that doesn't have the ratchet problems. A brace of the highest quality. Ball Bearings throughout, Closed Ratchet. The chuck has alligator jaws that hold round, square or taper shanks up to 1/2 inch in diameter. These braces have the reputation of being the best. Very smooth ratcheting action. Has the old composition handle and pad that have some minor dings. 96% nickel plating. Smooth action, works perfectly, Fine ............ $125.00
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  5. STANLEY YANKEE NO. 2101-10 IN BRACE. 10 inch sweep. Early Stanley without the later ratchet problems. A brace of the highest quality. Ball Bearings throughout, Closed Ratchet. The chuck has alligator jaws that hold round, square or taper shanks up to 1/2 inch in diameter. These braces have the reputation of being the best. Has composition plastic handle and pad. 95% nickel plating. It is still tight and completely functional. Smooth action, ratchet works great, G+++ ............ $95.00
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  6. STANLEY NO. 1246 BRACE, 10 inch sweep. A top-of-the-line brace with a heavy-duty ball-bearing chuck that is like the No. 813, Has most of the nickel plating. Ebonized handle and pad (which may be WW II) have some wear to the finish, G++ .............. Sold $50.00
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  7. STANLEY NO. 919-10 BRACE, 10 inch sweep. STANLEY logo dates this one to the teens. Nice dark rosewood pad and handle. Interlocking jaws are the best seat and grip for all ordinary size taper shank bits. A high-quality artisan's tool. Bronze bushed, ball bearing head. The nickel plating is worn in places. A very good user, G+ .............. $50.00
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  8. STANLEY NO. 921-10 BRACE, The highest quality in workmanship and materials, together with the novel design, place these braces in a class by themselves as to strength, durability and appearance. Cocobolo head and handle have many tool-box dings. Ball bearing head, concealed ratchet that keeps out dirt and moisture, and alligator jaws that hold all ordinary size taper shank bits, also small or medium round shank bits or drills. 90% plating remains, G++ .............. $60.00
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  9. ZENITH BRACE, 10 inch sweep. I don't know who made it for them. It looks like it may have been PEXTO. 80% nickel plating. Aligator jaws. The rosewood handle and pad are very nice. A great user, G+ .............. $40.00
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  10. PEXTO 5310 BRACE, 10 inch sweep. A high-quality brace with stained hardwood handle and pad.Open-ring ratchet, alligator jaws. The brace may not have been used, but there are a few scuffs on the handle. 97% nickel plating remains, Fine ........... $50.00
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  11. PEXTO 110, 10 inch sweep. I don't see many of these. Pexto made high-quality tools. This one looks like it is from WW II. Has cadmium plating and hardwood handle and pad. The chuck holds ANY shank bits, 1/8 to 1/2 inch capacity. Has some light rust, G+ ........... $40.00
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  12. LAKESIDE BRACE, 10 inch sweep. This is an early brace that looks like it was made by Pexto. It has the long ball-bearing chuck, designed for carpenters using tanged auger bits. 80% of the nickel plating remains. Closed ratchet. Rosewood head and handle, G+ ........... $40.00
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  13. STANLEY NORTH BROS. YANKEE NO. 2100-12 IN BRACE. 12 inch sweep. Pre-Stanley with the 1923 and 1925 patent dates on the ratchet. In very nice condition. A brace of the highest quality. Ball Bearings throughout, Closed Ratchet. The chuck has alligator jaws that hold round, square or taper shanks up to 1/2 inch in diameter. These braces have the reputation of being the best. Very smooth ratcheting action. The handle and pad are of hard rubber that is practically indestructible. The rubber is discolored from age, which is common, and there are minor tool-box scuffs and dirt. 96% of the chrome plating remains (it's chrome on this one). Smooth ratchet. Tight and operates perfectly. A great brace, G++ ............ .............. $185.00
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  14. VAUGHN & BUSHNELL NO. 222-14. A 14-inch sweep brace. The 14 inch sweep will handle tough jobs, like using a hollow auger, with ease. This is a very high-quality brace. The roseqwood handle and pad have light wear and tool-box dings. Some rust and wear to the nickel plating. A very good user, G++ .............. Sold $75.00
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  15. MILLERS FALLS WHIMBLE BRACE. 12 inch sweep. An early one with 1907. 1909, and 1910 patent dates on the chuck which has the Leland Patent jaws. Rosewood handles are very crisp. 90% nickel plating, Fine .............. $95.00
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Hollow Augers

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Hollow augers are used to cut round tenons for making chairs or wagon spokes. They are preceded with a spoke pointer to make a conical end that centers the hollow auger on the work.

A. A. Wood Hollow Auger Note: If you are having trouble with using the A. A. Wood Hollow Auger, the new original cutters have the point ground off, so then the cutter can get close to, and parallel to, the throat, and the point doesn't stick out. You should get a cleaner cut by grinding off that point. Most of the cutters have been ground to a lesser bevel by the user, so, I assume it works, but not the best.


  1. In the Box A. A. WOOD & SONS, adjustable hollow auger. These are considered to be the Cadillac of hollow augers. Fully adjustable, cuts from 1/4 to 1 1/4 inch diameters. This one is in super condition, 98% of the black enamel remains. There is some tarnish and a few scratches on the bottom. Very crisp. A minor sharpening of the cutter will have this one ready to go. The box is in pretty nice condition. Original instructions have minor damage. There is also an original four-page catalog from the company, Fine .......... $215.00
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  2. A. A. WOOD & SONS, adjustable hollow auger. These are considered to be the Cadillac of hollow augers. Fully adjustable, cuts from 1/4 to 1 1/4 inch diameters. About 90% of the black enamel remains. The depth stop has been modified to have two screws and no thumbscrew. Lightly cleaned. I'll include a copy of the instructions, g++ .......... Sold $95.00
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  3. STEARNS ADJUSTABLE TAPERED HOLLOW AUGER. Pat'd June 18, 1877 on the cutter cap. This is a very rare tool and I don't have a catalog reference for it. It is adjustable to put tapered tenons on round stock, for tasks such as wheel spokes or chair legs. It will adjust from 1/2-inch, with a very narrow taper, to about 1-3/4 inch, with a very broad taper. The functional range is probably somewhat in the middle.
    It looks like it was chemically cleaned and then repainted. The arms may have been nickel plated. So, not original, but in very clean and ready-to-use condition, G++ ........... $175.00
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  4. In the Box THE JAMES SWAN CO. NO. 6001, UNIVERSAL HOLLOW AUGER. Stamped with the 1894 patent dates for the U.S. A. and England. This high quality and attractive cylindrical hollow auger is adjusted by turning a large collar at the base to adjust two cutters and two guides to different sizes from around 3/8 to 1 3/8 inches. In near-perfect condition, complete with the depth stop. In the original box, which is very clean, but the lid is missing te tongue on one side, and the wrapper, Fine+ ................... $245.00
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  5. E. C. STEARNS, ADJUSTABLE HOLLOW AUGER. Unmarked, but looks like it was made by Stearns - . Cuts any size tenon from 1/4 to 1 1/4 inches. The pivoted clamshell jaws are provided with a graduated scale by which the size of the tenon is regulated. Complete with depth stop. Has about 75% of the black and red enamel with some patina. Completely functional, G+ ........... $60.00
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  6. E. C. STEARNS ADJUSTABLE HOLLOW AUGER. It is unmarked - probably made by Stearns for another company to sell. The pivoted jaws can be set to any size of tenon between 1/4 and 1 1/4 inches. Complete with the depth stop. It has been cleaned and repainted, G++ ........... $45.00
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  7. STEARNS ADJUSTABLE HOLLOW AUGER. An early one with Pat Nov. 23, (18)80 cast on it. Revolving disk has eight fixed holes that cut from 3/8 to 1 inch daimeter. Has the depth stop. 70% black enamel remains, with patina, but completely functional, G+ ........... $60.00
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Spoke Pointers

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Spoke pointers are used to make a conical end on your stock to precede the hollow auger. Provides a firm start that is centered on the work. Dowel pointers are for smaller work, and can be used to chamfer (bevel) the tips of pegs for gluing joints.

  1. STANLEY NO. 22 DOWEL SHARPENER. Looks like it will point up to 3/4 inch. Used to chamfer the edges of dowels for gluing-up joints in table tops or cabinet doors. It also points small stock for chairs or twig projects, for tenoning with a hollow auger. All of the nickel plating remains, these are new-old-stock, Fine .......... $35.00
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  2. STANLEY NO. 22 DOWEL SHARPENER. STANLEY Looks like it will point up to 3/4 inch. Used to chamfer the edges of dowels for gluing-up joints in table tops or cabinet doors. It also points small stock for chairs or twig projects, for tenoning with a hollow auger. Almost all of the nickel plating remains, with a bit of stain, G++ .......... $25.00
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  3. SPOKE POINTER, SMALL NO. 1 SIZE. This one is unmarked as usual, but probably made by Stearns. The adjustable, graduated tang is also a depth stop. Points up to 1 3/4 inch diameters. Most of the black enamel remains. Very crisp with good cutter length. Has been lightly cleaned,but has some light patina, Fine .............. $60.00
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  4. SPOKE POINTER, SMALL NO. 1 SIZE. This one is unmarked, but probably made by Stearns. The adjustable, graduated tang is also a depth stop. Points up to 1 7/8 inch diameters. It has been cleaned and repainted. A good user, G+ .............. Sold $30.00
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  5. SPOKE POINTER, LARGE NO. 2 SIZE. This one is unmarked, but probably made by Stearns. The adjustable tang is also a depth stop. Points up to 2 1/2 inch diameter stock, lots of cutter left. Missing some of the black enamel, and has some patina. The tang was modified but will still work well in a decent brace, G+ ............ $45.00
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  6. JAMES SWAN SPOKE POINTER, SMALL SIZE. This is an early one, from the late 1800s. Points up to 2 inch diameter. The outside screws help keep the cutter adjusted. About 80% of the black enamel remains, G++ ........... $55.00
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Bits And Accessories

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  1. In the Box STANLEY SET NO. 32 1/2 QUARTERS, No. 101 SPUR AUGER BITS. This is a very uncommon set, and the first one I have had for sale. They are designed for quick boring in hard or gummy wood, end grain boring, mortising doors and similar work. The points are accurately centered with a properly tapered single thread - which seems to be the main difference from the No. 100s, which have a finer, double taper lead screw.
    In very shiny-nice condition with good spurs and lead screws, they have had light use. Some may need a touch-up sharpening. They are all marked on the shank, Russell Jennings, Made in USA, No. 101, and the size. The set has 13 bits, size 4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16, in 1/16th inch increments. All the sixteenths add up to 32 1/2 quarter-inches, which is where the set number comes from.
    The outside of the box has some minor scuffs, Fine ................. $250.00
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  2. In the Box with the cardboard outside box STANLEY SET NO. BX-D 32 1/2 QUARTERS, No. 100 SPUR AUGER BITS. An almost perfect set. Only one or two bits were ever used. The genuine Russell Jennings pattern, Extension Lip Auger Bits are made of special analysis steel, forged carefully. The bits in this set have the standard double thread point, and are unsurpassed for accurate work in seasoned woods not extremely gummy or hard.
    Marked on the shank Russell Jennings, No. 100, Stanley, 100 Plus, Made in USA, and the fraction size. The bits are shiny-nice with no rust and with good spurs and lead-screws.
    The set has 13 bits, size 4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16, in 1/16th inch increments. All the sixteenths add up to 32 1/2 quarter-inches, which is where the set number comes from. The wooden box is about perfect, but has a few superficial scratches on the top. The outside cardboard box is perfect except for a bit of dust from storage, Fine ++ ................. $385.00
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  3. STANLEY SET NO. 32 1/2 QUARTERS, No. 100 SPUR AUGER BITS. Very nice later set. The genuine Russell Jennings pattern, Extension Lip Auger Bits are made of special analysis steel, forged carefully. The bits in this set have the standard double thread point, and are unsurpassed for accurate work in seasoned woods not extremely gummy or hard.
    Marked on the shank Russell Jennings, No. 100, Made in USA. The bits are shiny-nice. They have had little use - half still have wrappers, but have been unwrapped - and have good tangs, spurs and lead-screws.
    The set has 13 bits, size 4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16, in 1/16th inch increments. All the sixteenths add up to 32 1/2 quarter-inches, which is where the set number comes from. The bits have had light use. Some may need a little touch-up with sharpening. The box is is sound, but has light wear to the finish on the outside. A very nice set, Fine ................. $205.00
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  4. In the Box STANLEY SET NO. 32 1/2 QUARTERS, No. 100 SPUR AUGER BITS. Very nice set. The genuine Russell Jennings pattern, Extension Lip Auger Bits are made of special analysis steel, forged carefully. The bits in this set have the standard double thread point, and are unsurpassed for accurate work in seasoned woods not extremely gummy or hard.
    Marked on the shank Russell Jennings, No. 100, Made in USA. The bits have had light use but not abused. There are a few spots of tarnish, but with good tangs, spurs and lead-screws.
    The set has 13 bits, size 4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16, in 1/16th inch increments. All the sixteenths add up to 32 1/2 quarter-inches, which is where the set number comes from. The bits have had very light use, but some probably need a little touch-up with sharpening. The box is pretty nice, but each side of the bottom has a shallow groove cut in it. like the dados broke, but it has been glued and stapled. It doesn't affect use, G++ ................. $145.00
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  5. In the Box RUSSELL JENNINGS SPUR AUGER BIT SET, Early ones marked Russell Jennings along the shaft, except for the 6 and 15, which have the later rectangular logo.
    The set has 13 bits, size 4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16, in 1/16th inch increments. The bits are in nice and have had light use. There a couple of spots of rust. Good spurs and lead screws, but some may need a little tuning (sharpening).
    The box is sound but has some dirt and a bit of paint on the top. The top clasp is a replacement from another box, G++ ....... Sold $155.00
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  6. In the Box RUSSELL JENNINGS SPUR AUGER BIT SET, Early ones marked Russell Jennings along the shaft.
    The set has 13 bits, size 4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16, in 1/16th inch increments. The bits are in shiny-nice and have had little use. There a couple of spots of rust on a few of the tangs. The tang on the 1-inch was boogered a bit and filed smooth - the only flaw. Good spurs and lead screws, but some may need a little tuning (sharpening).
    The box is nice but has some minor dirt and a bit of scuffing. Apparenty purchased in 1937. There is a history of the owner in the bottom tray, Fine ....... $195.00
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  7. MILLERS FALLS AUGER BIT SET, thirteen bits - 1/4 to 1 inch In an oilskin roll. These have had some use. They came with a copper wash (except on the outside edge of the twists) which is worn on the smaller bits. There are some rust spots. Some will need a sharpening. The roll is very nice, G++ ....... $115.00
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  8. GREENLEE AUGER BIT SET, With expansive bit. 13 shiny-nice double-spur bits designed for carpentry and workshops; 1/4, to 1 inch sizes, by 16ths. They may not have had any use, and they are still in shiny-nice condition. The lead screws and spurs are very good, but some bits may need a little touch-up sharpening. The No. 6 expansive bit has both cutters. Cuts from 7/8 to 3-inch diameters
    In their original box which is nice. The expansive bit was taped to the side. The back of the box has a couple of cracks near the top, Fine ............ $130.00
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  9. MILLERS FALLS AUGER BIT SET, thirteen bits - 1/4 to 1 inch In an oilskin roll. These have had some use. They came with a copper wash (except on the outside edge of the twists) which is worn on the smaller bits. There are some rust spots. Some will need a sharpening. The roll is very nice, G++ ....... $95.00
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  10. MILLERS FALLS COUNTERSINK BIT, Square bit brace shanked. Two cutting lips for wood or other soft materials. Straw-finish hardened. Tip sinks to 3/4 inch. New-old-stock. I have a few, New ............ Sold $15.00
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  11. D. FLATHER & SONS, COUNTERSINK BIT, for a bitstock, G+ ............ $7.50
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  12. HILGER & SOHNE COUNTERSINK BIT. Smaller size with a 1/2 inch wide head, G ............ $15.00
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  13. STANLEY, NO. 01-711 EXPANSIVE BIT, With two cutters that bore from 7/8 to 3-inches.Looks to be new in the original pouch, Fine+ ............ $30.00
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  14. In the Box IRWIN NO. 22, EXPANSIVE BIT, Large size. Micro-dial. Has 2 cutters to drill from 7/8 to 3 inch holes. Has had little use. In the original box that has wear, Fine ............ $35.00
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  15. In the Box IRWIN NO. 2, EXPANSIVE BIT, Large size. Has 2 cutters to drill from 7/8 to 3 inch holes. May need a bit of sharpening, G+ ............ $22.00
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  16. C. E. JENNINGS EXPANSIVE BIT, Large size. Three patent dates on the shank are not completely readable, but from around 1910. Has 2 cutters to drill from 7/8 to 3 inch holes. In the original pouch, which is worn, G+ ............ $35.00
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  17. Boxed NORTH BROS. YANKEE NO. 2150, 21 inch BIT EXTENSION. Made to follow bits 11/16 and larger. Blued finish is probably from WW II. One end of the box is ripped open a bit, Fine ............ Sold $50.00
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  18. Boxed STANLEY NO. 59 DOWELING JIG, Complete with all six guides, 3/16, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, and 1/2 inch, and the bit depth stop. 99% nickel plating remains. In the original box, which is pretty nice, with the instructions. There are a few additional center finders, Fine ............... $60.00
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  19. Boxed STANLEY NO. 59 DOWELING JIG, A later model box. Has all six guides, 3/16, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, and 1/2 inch, and the later bit depth stop. Has all of the nickel plating. In the original box that has some damage. I will include a copy of the instructions, Fine+ ............... $50.00
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  20. Boxed STANLEY NO. 59 DOWELING JIG, A later model box. Has all six guides, 3/16, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, and 1/2 inch, and the later bit depth stop. Has all of the nickel plating. In the original box that is missing the label. I will include a copy of the instructions, Fine+ ............... $40.00
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  21. STANLEY NO. 49 BIT GAUGE, for auger bits, like new, in its original box, which is very crisp, Fine+ ................ $30.00
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  22. STANLEY NO. 49 BIT GAUGE, for auger bits. An early one that's marked Pat. Apl'd For. They it has most of its nickel plating, but, it's a little dirty, G++ ........ $15.00
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  23. GOODELL PRATT WASHER CUTTER. Six inch beam will cut from 3/8- to four-inches, G++ ................ Sold $35.00
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    Single Bits

    I've ended up with several nice bits that don't fit into any of my sets. Maybe you are looking for some to complete your set. They may need a bit of sharpening.

  24. 15/16 inch DOWEL BIT BIT, An early one. Marked James Swan. 5 1/4 inches long, Fine+ ............ $20.00
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  25. 4/16 inch RUSSELL JENNINGS BIT, Marked Russell Jennings along shank. I have several, with or without wrapper. New-old-stock, Fine++ ............
    With wrapper ............... $20.00 each
    Without wrapper ............ $15.00 each
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  26. 5/16 inch RUSSELL JENNINGS BIT, Marked Russell Jennings along the shank. Good lead screw and spurs. Some minor patina. May need a bit of sharpening, G+ ............ $15.00
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  27. 7/16 inch RUSSELL JENNINGS BIT, Marked Russell Jennings along shank. Good lead screw and spurs but may need a touch-up sharpening. Nice, Fine ............ Sold $15.00
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  28. 7/16 inch RUSSELL JENNINGS BIT, Marked Russell Jennings in rectangular logo - around the Stanley era. Good lead screw and spurs but may need a touch-up sharpening. Nice, Fine ............ Sold $15.00
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  29. 8/16 inch RUSSELL JENNINGS BIT, Marked Russell Jennings in rectangular logo, and Made in USA. Good lead screw and spurs but may need a touch-up sharpening. Minor patina, Fine ............ Sold $15.00
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  30. 10/16 inch STANLEY NO. 100, RJ BIT, Marked Russell Jennings, No. 100RJ, Stanley, 100 plus and Made in Australia. Some minor rust, Fine ............ $10.00
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  31. 10 1/2/16 inch RUSSELL JENNINGS BIT, Yea, it's 21/32nds - a slip-fit for a 5/8 dowel? Marked Russell Jennings in rectangular logo, and Made in USA. Good lead screw and spurs but may need a touch-up sharpening. Minor patina from age, G++ ............ Sold $20.00
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  32. 12/16 inch STANLEY NO. 100, RJ BIT, Marked Russell Jennings, No. 100, Stanley, 100 plus, and Made in USA. Slight wear to the tang. May need a sharpening touch-up, Fine ............ Sold $20.00
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  33. 12/16 inch RUSSELL JENNINGS BIT, Marked Russell Jennings along shank. New-old-stock with wrapper, Fine++ ............ $20.00
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  34. 13/16 inch STANLEY NO. 100, RJ BIT, Marked Russell Jennings and Made in USA in a rectangle. Nice lead screw and spurs. Minor patina. May need a sharpening touch-up, G++ ............ $15.00
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  35. 14/16 inch RUSSELL JENNINGS BIT, Marked Russell Jennings, No. 100, Stanley, Made in USA and size on the shank. Shiny-nice. Good lead screw and spurs but may need a touch-up sharpening., Fine ............ $15.00
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  36. 16/16 inch STANLEY NO. 100, RJ BIT, Marked - Russell Jennings, No. 100, and Made in USA. May need a sharpening touch-up, Fine ............ Sold $15.00
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  37. 16/16 inch RUSSELL JENNINGS BIT, Marked Russell Jennings along shank. Good lead screw and spurs but may need a touch-up sharpening. Some patina, G++ ............ $15.00
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  38. 3/4 inch RUSSELL JENNINGS 18 INCH AUGER BIT. Regular RJ double-twist pattern. Has been lightly cleaned. Could probably use some touch-up sharpening, G+ ............ Sold $30.00
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  39. 13/16 inch RUSSELL JENNINGS 18 INCH AUGER BIT. Regular RJ double-twist pattern. Has been lightly cleaned. Could probably use some touch-up sharpening, G+ ............ $25.00
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  40. 3/8 inch IRWIN BIT, Fine ............ $15.00
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  41. 14/16 inch STANLEY H1227. Marked Russell Jennings and Made in USA, but IRWIN pattern, Fine ............ Sold $15.00
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Drills

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    OODELL PRATT NO. 8 BENCH DRILL PRESS, Eleven inches high from the bench. 3- jaw chuck has a 0 to 1/4 inch capacity. Fitted with the vise attachment, G+ ............... Sold $145.00
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  1. MILLERS FALLS NO.13A BREAST DRILL. An unusually attractive, early breast drill. Feby 18, 1890 patent date on the chuck. Has a nickel plated frame with a level, rosewood handles, Barber chuck with alligator jaws, and red paint with gold striping on the large gear. G+ ..................... Sold $95.00
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  2. MILLERS FALLS NO. 2A HAND DRILL. This one's the large size, 14 1/2 inches long. A strong, serviceable tool built on a sturdy cast frame. Three-jawed chuck with protected spring holds 0 to 3/8 round shank bits. Spindle equipped with ball thrust bearings. Tropical hardwood handle and knobs which have some tool-box dings to the finish. The handle unscrews to hold bits, but there are none left. Regular twist bits work in this one. 90% of the red and black enamel. Some patina on the metal surfaces. Smooth action. Has been lightly cleaned, G++ ...... $75.00
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  3. MILLERS FALLS NO.5 HAND DRILL. This is the smaller size - 12 1/2 inches long. A strong, serviceable tool built on a sturdy cast frame. Three-jawed chuck with protected spring holds 0 to 3/16 round shank bits. Spindle equipped with ball thrust bearings. The wide rim on the large gear can be grasped between the thumb and fingers when delicate work is being done. 95% red and black enamel remains. The handle and knob are stained hardwood. The handle unscrews to hold bits, there are all eight fluted bits inside. Some patina on the metal surfaces, G++ ...... $95.00
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  4. MILLERS FALLS NO. 353 RATCHET HAND DRILL, 3-jaw chuck holds bits from 0 to 3/16 inch. All metal except for the knob. Ratcheting action on drive gear. Solid steel frame, 11 inches long; hollow end handle, handsomely knurled, with removable screw cap, G+ .......... $50.00
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  5. MILLERS FALLS NO. 77A HAND DRILL, 12 inches overall. 3-jaw Star chuck holds bits from 0 to 1/4 inch in diameter. Machine-cut gears. Mahogany finished hardwood handles. Some light rust, G++ .......... $35.00
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  6. GOODELL PRATT TOOLSMITHS NO. 1515 HAND DRILL, A larger, 14 inch drill. 3/8 inch capacity, three-jaw chuck. Aluminum enclosed frame protects the gears. Tropical hardwood handle unscrews to hold bit, of which five used ones remain. 90% black and red enamel remains, as well as the logo on the big gear, G++ .......... Sold $90.00
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  7. GOODELL PRATT TOOLSMITHS NO. 487 HAND DRILL, Has the August 13, 1895 patent date on the three-jaw chuck that holds round shank drills, 0 to 1/4 inch in diameter. 11 1/2 inches long. The wide face of the large gear is convenient for starting small drills and for delicate work. The handle does not hold bits. A very nice user, G+ .......... $65.00
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  8. GOODELL PRATT NO. 53 HAND DRILL, Pat. Aug 13, 1895 on chuck. A strong, light 10 1/4 inch length. Three-jaw chuck is a model 1, with knurled nut, well finished and with a three hardened steel jaws which will hold bits from 5/32 inch down to No. 80. Wide gear face can be used in place of the crank handle for delicate work. Some wear and dirt or minor rust from age. Hollow rosewood handle will hold bits, Five of the eight original bits remain. G+ .......... $50.00
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  9. CRAFTSMAN HAND DRILL, Made by Millers Falls. Three-jaw chuck holds round bits 1/4 to 0 inches. Stained hardwood hollow handle holds bits, which are gone. Almost all of the original finishes remain, Fine .......... $45.00
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Push Drills and Screwdrivers

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  1. MILLERS FALLS, NO. 21, Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver. This is an early one. It spirals to drive a screw, or it locks to be used as a regular screwdriver. 10 inches long closed. The stained hardwood handle is very nice. Missing some of the nickel plating. Has a 1/4 inch bit, G++ .......... $40.00
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  2. STANLEY "YANKEE" NO. 3412, Offset ratchet screwdriver. Right- or left-hand action. No. 1 and No. 2 PHILLIPS Bits. About 4 inches overall, Fine .......... 15.00
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  3. STANLEY "YANKEE" NO. 3400, Offset ratchet screwdriver. Right- or left-hand action. 7/32 and 5/16 inch straight blades. About 4 inches overall, Fine .......... 15.00
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  4. STANLEY "YANKEE" NO. 3800, Offset ratchet screwdriver. Right- or left-hand action. 3/8 and 9/16 inch straight blades. About 4 3/4 inches overall, Fine .......... 15.00
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  5. BMC, NO. 123, Offset ratchet screwdriver Set. Right- or left-hand action, the handle lifts and moves to each side. 3/16, 1/4, and 5/16 blades. About 4 1/2 inches overall, Fine .......... 35.00
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  6. GOODELL PRATT, NO. 668, Offset ratchet screwdriver. Right- or left-hand action, the bit moves to each side. Sept 16, 1924 patent date. About 4 inches overall. 92% of the black and orange enamel remains, Fine .......... 40.00
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  7. STANLEY, NORTH BROS. "YANKEE" NO. 41, PUSH DRILL, Has all eight bits from 1/16 to 11/64ths. Virtually all nickel plating remains. Some of the bits may need a touch-up sharpening, Fine ......... $55.00
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  8. STANLEY, NORTH BROS. "YANKEE" NO. 41Y, PUSH DRILL, Has all eight bits from 1/16 to 11/64ths. Allof the nickel plating remains. Some of the bits may need a touch-up sharpening, Fine ......... $50.00
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  9. STANLEY,"YANKEE" NO. 45, PUSH DRILL, Bakelite handle holds all eight bits from 1/16 to 11/64ths which are in nice condition but some could use a bit of cleaning and/or touch-up sharpening. They are the same as the No. 41, G++ ......... $50.00
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  10. CRAFTSMAN DD NO 4221 USA, PUSH DRILL, This was made by "YANKEE". Given the DD number, I think it may be from around WWII, and would have been made by North Bros.. This one is different than I remember because the collar at the bottom of the handle is a one-inch hex-nut shape. Bakelite handle holds all eight bits from 1/16 to 11/64ths which are in nice condition but some may need a bit of touch-up sharpening, Fine ......... $50.00
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  11. Boxed MILLERS FALLS NO. 188A AUTOMATIC PUSH DRILL, complete with 8 bits. This is the MF style of the Yankee No. 45. It has the advantage of 8 holes in the top to hold the bits, so, just turn to the size you want. The bits are the Millers Falls style with the cross-top, and are in nice condition. The box has some wear, Fine .......... $60.00
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  12. GOODELL PRATT PUSH DRILL, Patd Dec. 28, 1915 stamped in the handle. This one is a little shorter than usual at 7 1/2 inches long. Virtually all of the nickel plating remains, Fine+ ......... Sold $80.00
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  13. STANLEY NORTH BROS. "YANKEE" NO. 30A , Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver, This is the smaller one (compared with the 131), with the original three straight bits. In the original box .......... $55.00
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  14. Boxed NORTH BROS."YANKEE" NO. 135, Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver, Quick return ( means it's got a spring ) screwdriver, This is the smallest one, 12 inches long when extended. Comes with all three flat bits. Very crisp with great plating. The box has some wear, Fine .......... $60.00
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  15. STANLEY "YANKEE" NO. 135A, Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver, Quick return (means it's got a spring). Includes all three flat bits. Nice nickel plating with some minor wear to the finish on the handle, Fine .......... $40.00
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  16. MILLERS FALLS NO. 55, RATCHET SCREWDRIVER, Small one with a three-inch blade, G++ .......... Sold $30.00
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  17. STANLEY "YANKEE" NO. 10A, RATCHET SCREWDRIVER, 4 inch blade length, Painted wood handle is missing some finish, G+ ......... Sold $20.00
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  18. NORTH BROS. "YANKEE" HANDYMAN NO. 2H, RATCHET SCREWDRIVER, The whole tool is only four inches long, Fine .......... $15.00
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  19. NORTH BROS. "YANKEE" NO. 12, RATCHET SCREWDRIVER, Stubby 1 1/8 inch blade length, Red wood handle. The screwdriver looks like new, but the 5/32nd blade has been sharpened a bit, Fine .......... $20.00
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  20. STANLEY "YANKEE" NO. 15, RATCHET SCREWDRIVER, 5 1/2 inch blade length. Painted wood handle has some worn finish. Nice nickel plating, G+ ......... Sold $30.00
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  21. NORTH BROS. "YANKEE" NO. 15, RATCHET SCREWDRIVER, 3 inch blade length, 5 3/4 inches overall. Stained wood handle. Has the Nov-2-97 and May-1-06 patent dates. Some scuffs and dings on the handle and some patina on the blade. This one fits in the No 100 Yankee Tool Set, G+ ......... $25.00
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Push Drill and Screwdriver Bits

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MILLERS FALLS AND GOODELL PRATT PUSH DRILLS ...

  1. MILLERS FALLS NO. 402 FLUTED DRILL POINTS, A complete set of eight early bits with the cross-top for the four-jaw chucks that fit the early Millers Falls and Goodell Pratt push drills. In the original tube with label. There is only a few of spots of light rust - my camera makes them look worse than they are, Fine ................. Sold $40.00
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    STANLEY No. 33, 35, 133, 135, 233, SERIES PUSH DRILLS ... These will also fit Millers Falls and Craftsman.

    1. STANLEY "YANKEE" NO. 333H DRILL BIT SET, but will fit the other screwdrivers in this section. Three drill points, 1/16th, 7/64, and 9/64, in the original plastic tube with label, Fine+ ..................... $15.00
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    2. SCREWDRIVER BIT SET , I don't know the manufacturer, it may be Millers Falls, but will fit all the screwdrivers in this section. Three drill points and two screwdriver bits, in the original plastic tube, Fine+ ..................... $25.00
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    3. STANLEY YANKEE" DRILL POINTS, I have only the 7/64 and 9/64 left. New Old Stock ................. $4.00 each
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    4. STANLEY "YANKEE" Chuck adapter for drill points, N O S. Will hold the eight No. 41 drill points .......... $8.00 ea.
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    5. STANLEY "YANKEE" SCREWDRIVER BIT SET, A 5/32, 3/16, and 1/4 inch straight bit. These are the sizes that came with the No. 35 & 135. They will fit the other numbers, but are too long to fit in the handle. New Old Stock ................ $15.00 ea.
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    6. STANLEY "YANKEE" SCREWDRIVER BIT, A 5/32, 3/16 0r 1/4 inch straight bit.These are the sizes that came with the No. 35 & 135. They will fit the other numbers, but are too long to fit in the handle. New Old Stock ................ $6.00 ea.
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    7. STANLEY "YANKEE" COUNTERSINK BIT, It's the top one in the picture. New Old Stock ................ $15.00 ea.
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      STANLEY No. 41, 44, 45, & 46 PUSH DRILLS ... These will also fit Millers Falls and Craftsman.

    8. NORTH BROS. "YANKEE" DRILL POINTS. Eight drill points, 1/16th to 11/64ths. Earlier ones in the original wooden tube. For the No. 41, 44, 45 and 46 push drills. I have one set left. They have had some use and may need a bit of sharpening, G+ ..................... $35.00 each
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    9. STANLEY "YANKEE" DRILL POINTS. Eight No. 41 drill points, 1/16th to 11/64ths, New-old-stock. In an earlier plastic tube, Fine+ ..................... $50.00
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    10. STANLEY "YANKEE" DRILL POINTS. Eight No. 41 drill points, 1/16th to 11/64ths, New-old-stock. In a new plastic bag. I have several sets now, Fine+ ..................... $40.00
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    11. STANLEY CHUCK ADAPTER & 8 DRILLS, A complete set of eight bits with a chuch adapter that fit them to the Stanley 31 and 131 push screwdrivers. These bits also fit the Yankee No. 41, 45 and 46 push drills. They have had some use and may need a bit of sharpening. In the original tube, G++ ................. $40.00
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      STANLEY No. 30, 130 SCREWDRIVER ... These will also fit Millers Falls and Craftsman.

    12. NORTH BROS. "YANKEE" Chuck adapter for drill points, N O S. Will hold the set of eight No. 41 drill bits, Fine .................................... $8.00 ea.
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    13. NORTH BROS. "YANKEE" BIT W/ SCREW-EYE HOLDER, Pat Mar 24, 08 stamped on collar. For the No. 30 (130) and No. 20. 3 1/2 inches long, New Old Stock .............. $50.00 ea.
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    14. NORTH BROS. "YANKEE" BIT W/ SCREW HOLDER, For the No. 30 (130) and No. 20. Size 2 - 1/4 inch, 4 1/2 inches long. Pat Aug 27 1907 stamped on the spring, New Old Stock .............. $35.00 ea.
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    15. STANLEY "YANKEE" The three bit sizes that originally came with the screwdriver. New Old Stock ................. $15.00
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    16. STANLEY "YANKEE" SCREWDRIVER BIT, A 5/16 inch straight bit. New Old Stock ................. $7.00 ea.
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    17. STANLEY "YANKEE" 68-132 PHILLIPS BIT, No. 2 size (medium) Phillips bit for the No. 30 or 130, New ................. $15.00
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    18. STANLEY "YANKEE" PHILLIPS BIT, No. 3 size (large) Phillips bit for the No. 30 or 130, New ................. $15.00
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    19. STANLEY "YANKEE" COUNTERSINK BIT, It's the middle one in the picture. Has had little use, ................ Sold $15.00 ea.
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      STANLEY No. 31, 131 SCREWDRIVER .... These will also fit Millers Falls and Craftsman.

    20. NORTH BROS. "YANKEE" Chuck adapter for drill points, N O S. Will hold the No. 41 drill bits .................................... $8.00 ea.
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    21. STANLEY "YANKEE" 3 SCREWDRIVER BITS, A 1/4, 9/32, and 5/16 inch straight bit. Complete set for the screwdriver, New Old Stock ................. $18.00
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    22. STANLEY "YANKEE" SCREWDRIVER BIT, A 1/4 inch straight bit. New Old Stock ................. $7.00 ea.
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    23. STANLEY "YANKEE" SCREWDRIVER BIT, A 5/16 inch straight bit. New Old Stock ................. $7.00 ea.
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    24. STANLEY "YANKEE" PHILLIPS BIT, No.2 Phillips bit (the most common-size one). New Old Stock from Taiwan ................. $10.00 ea.
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    25. STANLEY "YANKEE" PHILLIPS BIT, No.3 Phillips bit (the big one). New Old Stock, ................. $20.00 ea.
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