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QUICKSET - APRIL 22, 1919 QUICKSET - KOKOMO, IND - - 9" with same qk adj mechanism as above but on an auto type nut wrench. Unmarked Russell Machine C0 - - 8" wooden handle qk adj nut wrench which combines rack teeth for initial adj and a knurled nut and screw for fine adj. - Pat Jan 7, 02 - - 7.75" all metal unique adj with a spring loaded lower jaw and set screw. As pointed out by Stan Schulz ,the patent text does refer to a "holding clutch". ATLAS - - 10.5" with as moveable upper jaw that can be adj to three different positions. A rare wrench in excellent condition with original nickel plating. qk adj pw with spring loaded lower jaw and rack adjustment. H & E WRENCH CO OF NEW BEDFORD, MASS / PAT MAR 27, 1923, etc.(with logo) - 10.25" Nut wrench version of the Handee Wrench. H & E WRENCH CO OF NEW BEDFORD, MASS USA / PAT MAR 27, 1923, etc.(with logo) - 10.25" Hex nut version of the Handee Wrench. H & E WRENCH CO OF NEW BEDFORD, MASS" / "PAT MAR 27, 1923, etc.(with logo) - - H & E's pipe wrench version of their Handee wrench. HALE - - 11" wood handled with eight point socket and hammer head. H & S CO NY - - 12" wood handled with eight point socket. Probably made to Carl Lang's (of Chicago, ILL.) patent of Nov 28, 1905. SCHAFF - - 10.5:" wood handled with eight point socket and hammer head. Marked with mfg name but can't read, probably the oldest of the piano wrenches listed here. HALE TUNING HAMMER PAT OCT 3O, 1906 - 2 - - 12.5" wood handled with eight point socket, hammer head and telescoping shaft. Unmarked - - 6.75" piano pliers with a pad that swivels on the lower jaw. 27, 83 - - 11.75" rack type qk adj with a lever for applying additional tightening pressure. GORDON AUTOMATIC PAT'D USA - - 7.25" qk adj nut wrench with rack teeth and spring loaded lower jaw. Unmarked - - 9" qk adj comb nut and pipe wrench with rack teeth and a geared screw on a lever that releases the screw for quick adjusting or to remove and reverse the lower jaw assembly for pipe or nut use. Unmarked (Crosby Rapid Transit)- - 8" wood handled qk adj nut wrench with teeth on both edges of shank that disengage by turning hex nut on shank. Marked only PAT AP'L - - 9" unusual quick adj nut wrench pat 9-3-1907 by Max Schwendner of Reading, PA (S544, C276) 0016. PENDING - - 6.25" all metal qk adj lever operated rack wrench.
SPACE TOOL FORGED / PO BOX 1924 PASADENA, TEXAS - GOOCH'S BEST FEEDS - - 8.5" qk adj advertising give away almost exactly like the Peterson Helix wrenches above. There will definitely be something for all collectors in this auction from the most advanced to the beginner. Unmarked - - 10.75" all metal rack adj wrench with set screw to lock lower jaw in place. MACKE & CO - KOKOMO, IND USA - PAT'D 4 - 22 - 1919, etc - - 12.5" Rack screw adj with a lever that raises the knurled nut off the rack teeth for quick adjustment. Z 12 IN / PAT APL'D FOR - - 12" malleable quick adj patented by F. Pipe version with serrated inserts on angled upper jaw. Pat by Franklin Woodward of Sarcoxie, Mo (evidently sold to W. RARE primitive looking wrench (like wooden handled example pictured at S436) 0002. Bell) but mfg to a 7-6-1920 pat by William Bell of Tulsa, OK. The company failed and all they got for their investments were the wrenches. Patented by Kenneth Halls of Broomfield, Colorado and assigned to Eugene Peterson. A note inside the box states that these were given to investors in the Peterson Tool Co.