"They don't make them like they used to."
This is an antique LEATHER HOLE PUNCH PLIERS. This leather punch has three pat. numbers-- SEP 25 1894, NOV. 6 1900, and JULY 1902.
The Wm. Schollhorn Co., founded in 1870 in New Haven, Connecticut made lots of old
Regarding this leather hole punch, one hole punch is broken, one is missing and 4 are good. Still works.!! Very neat antique tool.
This is an old multi tool for ranch, farm, fences, farrier's tool. Wire cutter, pry bar, nail puller. 7 1/2" long.
This tool is sharp and in good shape.
Sold as is. This is a very handy, old tool.
This is an antique 1555 YANKEE NORTH BROS BREAST HAND DRILL. Phila.PA.-U.S.A. 17" long. Chuck is 1/2" diameter. Four patent dates ranging from 1897 to 1911. Good working condition. Sold as is. Very heavy item .
This is an old Disston USA hack saw. It has a wooden handle. It has an overall length of 15" and the length of the blade is 10". It shows wear, age, handling and use. But all of that just adds character to a unique tool. It has an appealing vintage look to it. It would make an interesting display on a wall. These vintage tools truly do stir memories. Check out our other tools and saws. Thanks for browsing Lemon Tree Treasures. Come back soon.
This is a saw vise in good working condition. Vise has normal wear, full length 9 1/2" jaws that open easily and clamp down securely. 2" bench clamp. Not marked. All parts are present. Everything works easily . One wing nut on the bench clamp has a broken wing. Sold as is, no returns. The "C" clamp comes off for storage.
This is a pair of vintage woodworking tools--wooden clamps. Steel Threaded rods with wood handles-- 16" long.
Two wooden sides - 12" long.
Some age related wear is evident, but both clamps are functional.
These would make great looking wall hangers.
Will display well and add to any woodworker's collection.
Good overall condition. Thank you for browsing Lemon Tree Treasures.
This is a double screw steel vise clamp.
Vintage. 2" maximum clamp thickness.
Will be useful for any handy man.
This is a vintage outside caliper. It has very little rust on it. It's a good working tool with no names or initials on it. It would make a nifty addition to a tool collection or for actual daily use .
This compass is very rusty and has a crack on the top spring by the top handle. It is operable and the threads
and the adjustment nuts are clean.
It is for display only because of the cracked top.
This is a LUFKIN "X46" folding, 6' ruler.
It is red-end with a 6" brass slide out extension rod.
READY TO GO TO WORK . Thanks for looking at Lemon Tree.
This is a previously used, great shape, clean wooden Disston USA 76
carpenter's scribe. 8.5" long.
It has an early cast iron screw for tightening. Graduated rule marked to 7".
Marked Made in USA. Sold as is.
Please see photo.
This is an old auto valve grinder from Zim Manufacturing Co. in Chicago.
If you turn the crank the end twists back and forth. The entire piece measures 13". It has a few scratches and a tiny bit of rust. The knob is wooden.
This is an antique handpainted 24" hand saw. The name screw says C.E. Jennings & Co., New York. There is an eagle with a shield on the name screw. Our information said the company operated under this name from 1878-1923. (Not sure about that.)
There is a small crack in the middle of the handle but it is in good condition for its age. See photo. The saw blade depicts a red barn in the fields with a road and fence by it.. Beautiful late summer or fall scenery...