My latest Finds:
The ones with the looped handles are marked "B & C" the other one is marked "Robinson". They are more wall art than functional tools, but I like them!
I wasn't sure what this tool does, But for the price I couldn't pass it up. It is labled "REX" on one side and "Pat Oct 9 1900" on the other side. Google tells me it is a riviting tool for leather working:
As you might be able to see the lower anvil is spring loaded. It is made of a hollow tube. The stroke is about 3/4".
5-1-2011 - I picked this cool old set up at a swap today:
5/18/2011 Garage Sale find:
Nice Fairmont Ball Pien
The Brace is a Millers Falls....Very high quality
The large adjustable is a Bemis and Gall, and was owned by the B&O Railroad
The smaller adjustable is a P.S. & W. Co. and was pateneted in 1896
A Snap-ON wrench made for the railroads
And the best is a Bonney 4081 1/2" Breaker bar
Neat hammer made of brass: