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Don Ervin of Surrey, Maine has been collecting wrenches for almost twenty years and attended most of the major wrench meets and auctions during that time and amassed a large collection of rare and unique wrenches, both adjustable and farm implement types. Among the nearly 2000 wrenches in this auction are rare and interesting wrenches from all the different categories of antique wrenches with examples for the most advanced collectors to those just starting to collect. Unmarked carriage wrench made by the American Wrench Co. Some light dings, shaft is not connected to lower jaw. Unmarked carriage wrench made by the American Wrench Co. Joy Wagon Wrench like below but marked: SAFETY / PAT FEB 1, 98 - - 14.25". We have either managed or assisted with the sale of most of the major wrench collection that have been sold in the last several years. I am also available to advise and assist auctioneers who have old wrenches to auction. Visit the The Wrenching News Store for a large selection of wrenches and related items for sale. 28, 82 - - 12.5" Wooden handle screw adjust carriage/wagon wrench with an oil can. - STEEL FORGED - PORTLAND, MAINE / PATD NOV 2, '80 OCT 16, '83 - - 1O.5". Both starting collectors and advanced will find something they need there. Patented by Prescott Kinsman and Josiah Merrill of Great Falls, New Hampshire and mfg. Good Plus with replacement oil can (none known with original can) RARE (C130) 0015. Visit The Wrenching News Book Store For books on collecting wrenches and other tools. Contact us if you want to dispose of your old wrenches (one or a collection).
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