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This section has Squares, Bevel Squares, Angle Dividers, Marking Gauges, Machinist Tools, Trammels, Rules and Tape Measures
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Squares [CLICK TO ORDER]
  1. SAWYER TOOL CO. TRY SQUARE. 13 inch, with 11 1/2 inches after the handle. A small, high-quality American maker who's high-quality products are rare. Graduated in 32nds. Nice and clean, Fine ........ $125.00
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  2. MOORE & WRIGHT NO. 400, MACHINIST'S SQUARE, 2 1/4 inch blade. Sheffield, England. Not graduated. There are a few minor rust spots, G++ ........ $22.00
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  3. L. S. STARRETT 12 INCH COMBO SQUARE SET. Crisp, 4R graduated, 12 inch, hardened rule. Has combo square head with level, center head and reversible protractor head, which meand it can be used on each side. The scribe is still there. 95% of the shiny black finish remains. Has been lightly cleaned, Fine ........ $90.00
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  4. STANLEY NO. 2, Try & Miter Square, 12 inch size, Sweetheart logo on the blade. Rosewood handle with brass trim. There is some patina on the blade, but the graduations are legible, G+ ........ $30.00
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  5. STANLEY NO. 12, Try Square, 6 inch size. Notched-rectangle logo. Graduated in 8ths. Very nice condition, Fine ........ $25.00
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  6. STANLEY NO. 12, Improved Try Square, 6 inch size. An earlier one that's in really nice condition. Graduated in 8ths, Fine ........ Sold $35.00
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  7. STANLEY NO. 12, Try Square, 8 inch size. Sweetheart logo on the blade, which is graduated in 8ths. Iron handle. Light patina, G+ ........ $20.00
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  8. STANLEY NO. 15, Try and Miter Square, 7 1/2 inch size, The SR & L logo dates this one to around 1915. 90% of the nickel plating remains, G+++ ........ $35.00
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  9. STANLEY NO. 20, Try Square, 7 1/2 inch size, Has the Sweetheart logo on the blade, from the 1920s. Rosewood handle with brass trim. Has been lightly cleaned, G+ ........ Sold $30.00
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  10. DISSTON No. 5 1/2, 10 inch Try Square, Iron handle and blued blade with inches and metric graduations. New-old-stock, Fine ........ $75.00
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  11. TRY SQUARE, Cute little 2 inch size. Rosewood and brass handle. Has patina and some pitting, G ........ $15.00
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  12. MACHINIST'S TRY and CENTER SQUARE, 8 inches overall length. This is a craftsman-made copy of the Ames square, patented July 6, 1852, manufactured by G. Holliday and then by D. B. & S. Has a decorated band across the square bar, G+ ........ $45.00
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    Framing Squares [CLICK TO ORDER]

    1. EAGLE SQUARE MFG. CO. TAKE-DOWN FRAMING SQUARE, July 24, 1894 and Sep 12, 1899 patent dates. Has a hinged joint so the parts stay together. Tapered blade. Graduated in 8ths and 16ths. Octagon, brace and board measure (Essex) tables. Some patina, but completely legible, G+ .......... $255.00
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    2. SARGENT NO. 500CR FRAMING SQUARE. Top-of-the-line Royal copper plated steel with tapered ends. Pat. June 6, 1900. Graduated in 8ths, 10ths, 12ths, 16ths, and 32nds. Has polygon (where to set your stair gauges for different-sided shapes), brace measure, rafter table and Essex board-measure scales.
      The copper is a bit worn and has some tarnish, but the graduations are readable, G+++ .......... $65.00
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    3. STANLEY NO. R100, FRAMING SQUARE, Tapered blade, polished steel, 16 by 24 inches. Has rafter, brace measure, octagon and Essex board measure scales. Minor stain, but completely legible, Fine .......... $35.00
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    4. STANLEY 12 INCH FRAMING SQUARE, Sweetheart logo on the blade. Graduated in 1/8ths and 1/4 inches. It has patina, but the graduations are legible, G+ .......... $30.00
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    5. S & CO.NO. 141, 6 INCH FRAMING SQUARE. I'm not sure who the mfr. is. Graduated in 8ths and 16ths. 80% of the nickel plating emains, G+ ........ $25.00
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    Bevel Squares [CLICK TO ORDER]
    1. GOODELL PRATT TOOLSMITHS, 12 BEVEL SQUARE. 12 inch blade. A top-of-the-line bevel with a fully brass-bound rosewood handle. The lacquer finish is worn and there are owner's initials. It could use a bit of cleaning, G+ ......... $90.00
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    2. STANLEY NO. 1 TRY AND MITER SQUARE. Four inch length. This is the Winterbottom's Patent. Type I with the iron frame handle and black walnut inlay. Has the 1869 and 1874 patent dates stamped in the wood, and the lead fill around the three rivets.
      Some stain but no pitting on this early square in the smallest size. I think it is nicer than the picture shows, G++ ............ $100.00
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    3. TOPPS FRAMING TOOL. This is the earlier model marked Pat. Nov. 1, 1892. Although there is some stain on the blade, the etched scales are 80% legible. It is actually in very nice condition, compared to most examples. It's about 12 inches long, G++ ........... $45.00
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    4. STANLEY NO. 16, BEVEL SQUARE, 12 inch, Early J trademark stamped on the blade. Iron-framed, walnut-filled handle. A rare, early bevel, G+ ........... $45.00
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    5. STANLEY NO. 18, EUREKA FLUSH T BEVEL, 8 inch. STANLEY logo cast in body. 98% of the nickel plating remains, with some minor tarnish, Fine ........... $40.00
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    6. STANLEY NO. 18, EUREKA FLUSH T BEVEL, 10 inch, STANLEY logo cast in body. 96% of the nickel plating remains, with minor tarnish - the front of the blade is not black, it is the same as the back end, Fine ........... $45.00
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    7. STANLEY NO. 25, 6 inch Sliding T bevel. Sweetheart logo on the blued blade. STANLEY in gold on the rosewood body. Very crisp with some minor patina, Fine ........... $30.00
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    8. STANLEY NO. 25, 8 inch Sliding T bevel. Rosewood handle. Notched-rectangle logo on the blued blade. STANLEY in gold on the rosewood body. There is a bit of red paint at the bottom of the handle for identification, Fine+ ........... $30.00
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    9. STANLEY NO. 25, 8 inch Sliding T bevel. Marked only Made in USA, but made by Stanley, Fine+ ........... $25.00
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    10. STANLEY NO. 25, 10 inch Sliding T bevel. Type II with the Pat. Sept 4, 1872 patent date in a circle on the wood. Rosewood and brass. Crisp, G++ ........... $40.00
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    11. STANLEY NO. 25, 10 inch Sliding T bevel. Notched-rectangle logo on the blade. Rosewood and brass. Crisp, Fine+ ........... $40.00
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    12. STANLEY NO. 25, 12 inch Sliding T bevel, Notched-rectangle logo on the blade. Rosewood handle with brass trim. Very crisp with some minor wear to the finish on the handle, Fine ........... $55.00
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    13. STANLEY NO. 25, 12 inch Sliding T bevel, Sweetheart logo on the blade. Rosewood handle with brass trim. Has some patina, G+ ........... $35.00
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    14. ZENITH 6 inch bevel, made by DISSTON. Similar to the Stanley No. 25, G+................. $20.00
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    15. STANLEY DEFIANCE, Sliding T bevel, Blued steel. Virtually all of the original finish remains, Fine ........... $20.00
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    Angle Dividers [CLICK TO ORDER]
    1. STANLEY NO. 30 ANGLE DIVIDER, Notched rectangle logo on the cross-bar. Used to divide or bisect an angle where two boards need to be cut to fit, or layout 4, 5, 6,8 and 10 sided figures. Has basically all of the nickel plating with a bit of tarnish, Fine ..... $110.00
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    2. STANLEY NO. 31 ANGLE DIVIDER, the early model with a rosewood body. This model didn't have the cross-bar at the bottom, it is complete. Script logo on the blade. Has almost all of its nickel plating. A. J. Gilliam stamped his name on it a couple of times, but this is a very nice example of a rare tool, G++ ..... $165.00
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    Marking Gauges [CLICK TO ORDER]
    1. NESTOR'S PATENT CLAPBOARD GAUGE. This showy brass and mahogany? gauge was patented on Dec 31, 1867, by John Nester, of Portland, Oregon. Its features include a clapboard marker, to mark the ends of siding to the proper length; a marking gauge; a level; and a 12 inch rule.
      Quite a spectacular tool for the work it was designed to do. It has some tool-box dings, but is still fully functional. Has been lightly cleaned, G++ ............ $215.00
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    2. ROBERTSON MORTISE GAUGE, Sheffield. Heavy English construction ebony? and brass gauge. It is crisp and uncleaned with some stain on the round brass stem, G+++ .............. $80.00
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    3. ROSEWOOD MORTISE GAUGE, This one is made from rosewood with brass trim. Although it is unmarked, the bulls-eye trim decoration was used by the Chapin Stephens firm. It is in overall very crisp condition with some scuffs along the top of the stem from tightening the fastening screw. Has two brass bars on the face and a brass wear plate on the stem, G+ .............. $50.00
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    4. SANDUSKY BEECH SLITTING GAUGE, Unmarked by manufacturer, but was made by Sandusky. It can be used as a marking gauge. Has a handle like one on a plane. Beam will work to 18 inches. It's pretty crisp, and has had light use, but it's dusty, G++ ............ $95.00
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    5. STANLEY NO. 61, MARKING GAUGE, Beech with beech thumbscrew. Square head. Notched-rectangle logo on the stem. Looks like it was never used, Fine ............ $20.00
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    6. STANLEY NO. 65, MARKING GAUGE, Early style.Boxwood. Square head with brass thumbscrew. Sweetheart logo on the stem. There are a couple of chips on the head, G++ ............ $35.00
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    7. STANLEY NO. 65, MARKING GAUGE, Beech. Made in USA logo on the stem with patent numbers. This is the later model that has the triangular head and stem. You can angle the point and drag it to prevent tear-out. Looks like it was never used, FINE+ ............ $40.00
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    8. STANLEY NO. 165, MARKING GAUGE, Early style. Boxwood. Square head with brass thumbscrew. Has the Aug. 5, 1873 patent date on the stem. The moustache wear plate is on one side of the head. The other side has the patented faceplate with two bumps for convex marking. That is what gives it the No. 165 designation. The later ones were bent flat brass, not cast, Fine ............ Sold $60.00
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    9. STANLEY NO. 72, MARKING AND MORTISE GAUGE, Beech. Sweetheart logo on the stems. This one has had very little use. It is crisp but has some scuffing on the face, and on the stems from the screw, G++ ............ $35.00
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    10. STANLEY NO. 73, MORTISE GAUGE, Boxwood. Square head with brass thumbscrew, A little shorter than the other numbers at 6 inches long. Marked with the STANLEY logo and the number on the back of the head. Graduations to three inches for the slide. A crisp example, Fine .......... $65.00
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    11. STANLEY NO. 74, MARKING AND MORTISE GAUGE, Boxwood. Full brass plating on the head and points. Not marked by Stanley, but they made it. Has some dings and wear. A rare gauge, G+, ........ $50.00
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    12. STANLEY NO. 77, MORTISE GAUGE, Unmarked, as usual, but made by Stanley. Rosewood and brass. One side of the stem is a marking gauge, the other is a mortise gauge with two pins and a slide adjuster. Pretty crisp with some minor wear, G+++ .......... Sold $60.00
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    13. STANLEY NO. 77, MORTISE GAUGE, Not marked,as is usual, but made by Stanley.Rosewood and brass. One side is a marking gauge, the other is a mortise gauge. It has some dings and wear, and owner's initials on the back of the head. Otherwise it has long points and is completely functional, G+ .......... $40.00
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    14. STANLEY NO. 85 1/2, PANEL GAUGE, Rosewood and brass. With a 20 inch length, it is useful for scribing panels and other wide boards. This one is marked only with the Stanley Aug. 5, 1873 patent date on the stem. It is still in crisp condition with tool-box dings from 100 years, G++ .......... $115.00
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    15. STANLEY NO. 90 MARKING GAUGE, One adjustable arm with graduations. 90% nickel plating remains,but is dull. Good point, G+ ............ Sold $30.00
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    16. STANLEY NO. 91 MARKING & MORTISE GAUGE, Two graduated adjustable arms with points. Most of the nickel plating remains, but it is dull. Has been lightly cleaned, G++ ............ Sold $40.00
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      These following are like the Stanley No. 91 Gauge

    17. LEAVITT MACH. CO. ROLLER GAUGE, Double arm. Pat'd June 12, 1888 stamped on the head. (Barrett's Patent) This is actually the later 1894 design with the single locking screw. These are very high quality, with the pizza-wheel cutters. 85% of the nickel plating remains, G++ ............. Sold $40.00
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    18. STANLEY NO. 92 BUTT and RABBET GAUGE, Sweetheart logo. Used for laying out door hinges and strikes. It's also useful as a marking and mortise gauge. Complete with the steel scribe on the side. Very crisp with minor wear, Fine ............ $125.00
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    19. STANLEY NO. 93 BUTT and RABBET GAUGE, V logo on the thumbscrew dates this one to around 1910. Used for laying out door hinges and strikes. It's also useful as a marking and mortise gauge. Virtually all of the nickel plating remains, Fine ............ $60.00
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    20. In the Box STANLEY NO. 95 BUTT GAUGE, Used for laying out door hinges. It's also useful as a marking gauge. 99% of the nickel plating remains. In the orginal box, which has some damage. I will include a copy of the instructions, Fine+ ............ $35.00
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    21. STANLEY NO. 97, MARKING GAUGE Notched-rectangle logo on the thumbscrew. One side of the arm has the usual point, the other, the round wheel for marking difficult grain. 96% nickel plating remains, Fine+ ........ $35.00
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    22. STANLEY NO. 97, MARKING GAUGE Sweetheart logo on the thumbscrew. One side of the arm has the usual point, the other, the round wheel for marking difficult grain. 50% nickel plating remains. Has been cleaned, G ........ $15.00
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    23. In the Box STANLEY NO. 98, MARKING AND MORTISE GAUGE One side of the arms have the usual points, the other, the round wheels for marking difficult grain. The arms set individually for a marking gauge, or to use for a mortise gauge. 80% of the nickel plating remains. Sweetheart logo on the thumbscrew. The early S. R. & L. box is pretty nice, G+ ........ $80.00
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    24. STANLEY NO. 98, MARKING AND MORTISE GAUGE One side of the arms have the usual points, the other, the round pizza-wheels for marking difficult grain. The arms set individually for a marking gauge, or to use for a mortise gauge. 90% nickel plating remains. It could use a bit of cleaning, G+ ........ Sold $35.00
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    Caliper Squares [CLICK TO ORDER]

    1. LUFKIN RULE CO., NO. 465 CALIPER SQUARE, 6 inch, Graduated in 16ths and 32nds, G+ .......... Sold $30.00
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    2. D. B. & S PROV., R.I. (DARLING BROWN & SHARPE) CALIPER SQUARE, 4 1/2 inch size, 5 1/4 inch overall length. D. B. & S. is an early U.S. manufacturer that eventually became BROWN & SHARPE MFG .CO. Graduated in 16ths, 32nds, 64ths, and 100ths, G++ ........ $55.00
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    Machinist's Tools [CLICK TO ORDER]

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    1. SCRIBING BLOCK, Not marked but appears to be manufactured. Case hardened. The base is 1 by 2 inches. Used like a surface gauge to transfer height or scribe lines for layout, G++ .................. $20.00
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    2. EARLY DIVIDERS, These very well-made 13 inch dividers with removable points are craftsman-made. The elaborate knurled thumbscrews would probably date this to the first part of the 1800s. The maker thoughtfully put a threaded hole on each side of the adjustment bar, so it can be used by a right- or left-handed person, G+ .......... $125.00
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    3. INTERNATIONAL CO-OP TOOL & MACHINERY CO. MICROMETER. Oakland, California. A very nicely made polished steel and mahogany? micrometer that six-to-twelve inchs. Patented Oct, 1913 and June, 1916.
      In its original wooden box, Fine .................. $175.00
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    4. STANLEY NO. 58 DIVIDERS. 6 inch. One leg can be replaced with a pencil. 99% nickel plating remains , Fine ........... $50.00
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    5. C. S. OSBORNE DIVIDERS, 9 3/4-inch length. With a removable point so you can use a pencil, Fine ........... $45.00
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    6. UNION TOOL CO., 6-INCH DIVIDERS. With adjustable points which can be removed to use a pencil, Fine ........................ $35.00
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    7. P. S. & W. DIVIDERS, 10 inch. Nice condition, earlier - late 1800s - style, G++ ......... $25.00
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    8. PEXTO, 6-INCH DIVIDERS. Crisp with minor patina, Fine ........................ $20.00
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    9. R. LOWENTRAUT DIVIDERS, 8 inch. Marked "Made in America", which I don't think I have seen before. Some patina and areas of pitting on the extreme edges, which shouldn't affect use, G ........... $15.00
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    10. REGISTERING CALIPER. Small size - three inches overall. Tight-joint. Graduated from 0 to 2 inches outside. Not marked by Mfr, but has owner's initials, G+ ....... $30.00
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    11. J. STEVENS & CO. 4 INCH THREAD CALIPER, the company that made firearms and precision tools. Earlier logo. Marked Pat. Nov. 20, 1883, that's the Warfield patent, G+ ........ $30.00
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    Trammel Points [CLICK TO ORDER]
    1. BRONZE TRAMMEL POINTS. Craftsman-made. Five inches high. Nice patina, Fine ...... $80.00
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    2. STANLEY NO. 2 TRAMMEL POINT. Sweetheart logo on the point. The medium-sized brass trammel with cross-hatch design. In brand-new, original condition. Use this one as a third point to draw an ellipse, Or, if you already have one, make a pair, Fine++...... $30.00
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    3. STANLEY NO. 4TP TRAMMEL POINTS. Later gray model in the box. Has a pencil-holding feature. About 3 1/2 inches long. Minor wear to the box, Fine ...... $35.00
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    4. STANLEY NO. 4 TRAMMEL POINTS. Early model, CA 1900, with nickel plating. Has a screw slot to attach a pencil. About 3 1/2 inches long, Fine ...... $40.00
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    5. STANLEY NO. 4 TRAMMEL POINTS. Later gray model. Has a screw slot to attach a pencil. About 3 1/2 inches long, Fine ...... $30.00
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    6. L. S. STARRETT NO. 50, IMPROVED TRAMMEL POINTS. These are the early Cook's Patent trammels from the late 1800s. Nickel plated bronze. Most of the nickel plating remains, Fine ...... $60.00
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    7. L.S. STARRETT CO. NO. 50-A TRAMMEL POINTS. Earlier, nickel-plated style. With fine adjustment. Complete with original wooden bar and pencil holder. Owner's name lightly scratched on them. Great users, Fine ...... $40.00
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    8. L.S. STARRETT CO. NO. 50-A TRAMMEL POINTS. Later style. With fine adjustment. Some wear to the finish at the edges. Great users, G+ ...... $15.00
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    9. L.S. STARRETT CO. NO. 51 TRAMMEL POINTS. They clamp on a board for use. Earlier ones in very nice condition, Fine ....... $45.00
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    Rules and Tape Measures [CLICK TO ORDER]
    1. MASTER RULE MFG. CO. INTERLOX NO. 106, 6 FOOT INSIDE-OUTSIDE RULE, Not a zig-zag, the sections extend. One side is for inside measurement, the other is a six-foot extension rule. Graduated in 16ths, Fine ................... $50.00
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    2. STEPHENS & CO. NO. 15 1/2 THIN RULE. A 2-foot, 2-fold, 24 inch rule with a Gothic arch joint that ends in two long diamond points from the last half of the 1800s. Stephens & Co. was an early rule-maker that eventually became part of Chapin Stephens, which was finally bought out by Stanley.
      The rule has E and M, and Architect's scales. It is in uncleaned, original condition with some minor dirt and stain to the lacquer on the brass, G++ ..................... $165.00
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    3. THE C-S. CO., NO. 036 COMBINATION RULE. 1-foot, 2-fold, brass-bound inclinometer, level, bevel and try square. Made by Chapin Stephens before they were bought-out by Stanley. Very crisp condition. Some minor light pitting on the bevel from storage, Fine ........... $150.00
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    4. LUFKIN FOLDING STEEL RULE. two-fold, two-foot. Graduated in 1/8ths on one side, circumference inches - in 1/8ths - on the other. Some stain and minor pitting, G+ ...... $40.00
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    5. GENERAL HDW. MFG. CO. FOLDING STEEL RULE. three-fold, three-foot. Graduated in 1/8ths and 1/16ths, with two inches of 32nds. Stainless with raised etch. The top leg is a bit faded, Fine ...... $35.00
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    6. L. S. STARRETT. NO. 300 SEMI-FLEX RULE,Twelve inch rule is one inch wide. Graduated in 16ths, 8ths, 32nds, and 64ths (No. 4 graduations).New-old-stock. I have a few if you want more than one, Fine ++ ....... $15.00
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    7. D. B. & S. (Darling, Brown & Sharpe) TRIANGULAR RULE 12 inches. Brass with worn nickel plating (ca 1870s) Graduated 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 20, 24, 28, 48, 50, and 100 to the inch, G ........... $50.00
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    8. D. B. & S. (Darling, Brown & Sharpe) RULE 24 by 2 inches. An early American machinist's rule with a great owner-made wooden sleeve. No. 4 graduations (8ths, 16ths, 32nds and 64ths).
      There is some patina and a few spots of rust, but 99% of the graduations are legible, G+ ........... $65.00
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    9. RULE HOOK. Unmarked except for Made in USA. Nickel plated brass. Holds the end of long tapes to get tension for more accurate measurement, Fine ........... $25.00
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    10. RABONE BOXWOOD CALIPER GAUGE (RULE), In the original box. The box has number 63863, and the rule has number 257. 4 1/2 inches overall length. I'm not sure exactly what it is, but it is a vernier caliper rule that reads in MM and inches. The vernier will apparently read in thousandths. New old stock, Fine+ ........... Sold $55.00
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    11. STANLEY, NO. 36 1/2, CALIPER RULE, One-foot,two-fold boxwood rule with brass trim. The STANLEY logo seems to be from before Sweetheart from the early 20th century. Left-handed. 16ths on caliper. Graduated in 8ths, 10ths, 12ths and 16ths scales. Very crisp with some patina from age, Fine ........... Sold $50.00
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    12. STANLEY, NO. 54 RULE. Type 2 with the S. R. & L. trademark inside - before 1902. Two-foot, four-fold, arch-joint, brass_bound rule. Crisp condition that was lightly cleaned at some time, Fine ........... $55.00
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    13. STANLEY, NO. 62 1/2, FOLDING RULE, Two-foot, four-fold. Fully brass-bound boxwood rule. Type 2 with the S. R. & L. trademark inside - before 1902. Crisp and very nice with some very slight warping, Fine ........... $50.00
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    14. STANLEY, NO. 63, FOLDING RULE, Two-foot, two fold. Type 2 Stanley Rule & Level Co., pre-1902. Architect's scales inside. Crisp but missing a pin, Fine ........... $50.00
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    15. STANLEY, NO. 63, FOLDING RULE, Two-foot, two fold. Sweetheart logo. Architect's scales inside. Crisp with very minor warping, Fine ........... $40.00
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    16. STANLEY, NO. 84, FOLDING RULE, Two-foot, four-fold. Half-bound boxwood rule with drafting scales. S. R> & L. logo on the inside and STANLEY logo on the outside dates it between 1879 and 1921. Graduated in 8ths and 16ths, which puts it in the early side of those dates. Missing two pins. Very crisp, Fine ........... $65.00
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    17. STANLEY, NO. 136 1/2, CALIPER RULE, 6 inch boxwood rule with brass caliper. Made in USA mark, G+ ........... $15.00
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    18. STANLEY NO.167 BRICK MASON'S ZIG ZAG RULE, 6 foot zig zag rule. Graduated in 16ths on one side, and the other has scales to gauge the height of courses of bricks to ensure uniform mortar thickness, G++ ................... $20.00
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    19. STANLEY NO.906 ZIG ZAG RULE, This brand-new 6 foot zig zag rule, which was manufactured in the 1930's has English graduations, which means it's graduated left to right. These came from a cache of unused military surplus from WW II, yellow paint, New ................... $45.00
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    20. LUFKIN, NO. X46F, Zig Zag Extension Rule, 6 foot, With brass extension slide for inside work. Some minor dirt and wear, Fine ................... $40.00
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    21. THE LUFKIN RULE CO., 460 CM60CM ZIG ZAG RULE, Metric, 2 meter length, G++ ................... $35.00
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    22. THE LUFKIN RULE CO., NO. 1206, Saginaw, Mich. Aluminum 6 foot Zig Zag, G++ ................... $25.00
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    23. KEUFFELL & ESSER CO., 100 FOOT "STEVENS ALBADURE" STEEL TAPE, Graduated in 8ths and feet. The leather case has some minor wear and owner's name on the reel handle, and minor stain on the blade, G+ ........... $30.00
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    24. LUFKIN RULE CO., 100 FOOT "LEADER" STEEL TAPE, Chrome-clad. Graduated in 8ths and feet. The leather case has some wear, G+ ........... $25.00
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    25. LUFKIN RULE CO., 100 FOOT "BANNER" STEEL TAPE, White clad. Graduated in 8ths, G++ .......... $30.00
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    26. LUFKIN RULE CO., 50 FOOT "BANNER" STEEL TAPE, Ni-clad. Graduated in 8ths, G++ .......... $20.00
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    27. LUFKIN RULE CO., 50 FOOT "BANNER" STEEL TAPE, White clad. Graduated in 8ths, G++ .......... $25.00
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    28. LUFKIN RULE CO., 50 FOOT "UNIVERSAL" STEEL TAPE, An earlier one with an etched and blued blade, G+ .......... $20.00
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    29. LUFKIN RULE CO., "MILL MENS" STEEL TAPE, 300 continuous inches (25 feet). No foot markings, just inches. Chrome clad, G++ .......... $45.00
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    30. LUFKIN NO. C310, 25 FOOT "ANCHOR" STEEL TAPE, Chrome-clad, leather cover. In the original box with instructions, Fine ...........$40.00
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    31. LUFKIN IMPROVED METALLIC TAPE. 50 FOOT CLOTH TAPE with steel threads. Leather case, 4 1/4 inches in diameter. Graduated in 1/2 inches, G+ ........... $30.00
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    32. LUFKIN EXECUTIVE DIAMETER WHITE CLAD TAPE RULE, 6 foot tape that measures diameter to 64ths of an inch, in the original box, Like new ............ $25.00
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    33. STANLEY DEFIANCE NO. 1261 TAPE RULE, 6 foot tape measure, Fine ............ $15.00
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