Items available for Education Loans from The Davistown 07-Aug-
Tools
Folding rule 22211T16
24" long (extended), 6" long (folded), 1/2" wide, 1/8" thick bio
signed "STANLEY No 62" "STANLEY RULE" "& LEVEL CO." "NEW BRITAIN, CONN." "USA"
"WARRENTED" "BOXWOOD"
This is a Stanley No. 62 rule. Part of the Robert Sullivan Collection donation.
Sliding T bevel 31808SLP18
10" long, 6 5/8" long handle photo bio
signed "STANLEY" "RULE & LEVEL Co" "NEW BRITAIN. CONN" "U.S.A." and "PAT. 9-6-04"
Category The Industrial Revolution (1865f.): Other Factory Made Tools
SubCategor Agricultural Implements
Cargo hook 121412T3
11" long, 5" long handle, 5 1/2" wide
signed "SNOW & NEALLEY CO. BANGOR MAINE"
Crease nail puller 101312T17
11 3/4" long, 1 1/2" wide
signed "DIAMOND NP12 U.S.A."
Folding sickle 102211T3
11" cutting edge, 13" long handle bio
signed "LAWN RAZOR NO. WAYNE TOOL CO. OAKLAND, ME. U.S.A."
Garden rake 30911T11
4" long handle attachment, 7" x 4" tines
unsigned
It is hand-forged with 4 tines. The handle attaching piece and two inner tines are forged to the
Garden shears 22411T11
8 1/2" long, 2" wide
signed "J. T. HENRY" "HAMDEN, CT." and "49"
These feature a locking handle. DATM (1999) lists Henry's working dates as 1882 - 1894.
Grain sickle 41212T5
17" long bio
signed "NOLIN NORTH WAYNE TOOL CO. OAKLAND, ME. U.S.A."
It is a mid-twentieth century example of a tool made by a prolific Maine toolmaker. Courtesy of
Liberty Tool Co.
Grub hoe 61612T3
5" x 4" x 2"
unsigned

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