Items available for Education Loans from The Davistown 07-Aug-
Tools
Angle locknut pliers 101312T19
8" long, 2" wide when closed
signed "UTICA 750-8 PATENTED UTICA N.Y. U.S.A."
These pliers are used for tightening locknuts in electrical boxes, removing burs from conduits
and pipe, and cutting and stripping wire. The Utica Drop Forge and Tool Company of Utica,
NY, has a number of plier pagtents that were issued in the early 1900s.
Bolt header 102512T18
9" long, 1" and 1 1/2" wide heads
unsigned
This is an essential tool of the shipsmith. One head has a 1/2" square hole and the other has a
1/2" round hole. Courtesy of Liberty Tool Co.
C-clamp 31611T9
8" long, 3 1/2" wide, 4" capacity
signed "14"
C-clamp 33002T11
3 11/16" long, 2 5/16" throat
signed "Semi steel Made in USA"
This is another variation in steel terminology on a commonplace generic hand tool.
Jackscrew 8312T5
1 11/16" tall, 1" diameter
unsigned
Lasting pinchers 22411T22
9" long
signed "A" "PATENTED" "OCT. 25. 1887" "WHITCHER" "UNION MADE 20" and "KNELL"
owner mark on one handle
Patent 372,246 was issued to Frank W. Whitcher of Boston, MA.
Lead pipe expanding pliers 102612T11
11" long, 2" long head
signed "PAT. MAY 5th 1896"
These are used by plumbers. This is the same patent, it belongs to John Anderson, as used on
the Stanley No. 19.
(http://www.google.com/patents/US559763?pg=PA2&dq=anderson+May+5+1896&hl=en&sa=X
&ei=iJ-SUPjDI-
GQ0AW7koD4AQ&ved=0CDUQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=anderson%20May%205%201896&f=f
alse).

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