Items available for Education Loans from The Davistown 07-Aug-
Tools
Shingling hatchet 122013T1
3" edge, 5 1/4" long head, 10" long overall
signed "J._____S CAST STEEL WARRANTED"
This shingling hatchet has an obscured maker's mark.
Single bit hewing ax 42012T1
34 1/4" long handle, 6 1/2" long, 1 1/2" wide, and 3 3/4" tall head
unsigned
This ax has a clearly forge-welded cutting edge and steel pole. It shows a lot of blistering.
Lathing hatchet 31212T5
12 1/4" long, 6 1/2" long and 2 1/2" wide head bio
signed "STANLEY"
This is a Stanley No. 1 hatchet, marketed as a "half hatchet with nail puller." Courtesy of
Liberty Tool Co.
SubCategor Woodworking: Axes and Hatchets Made in

Maine
Maine pattern single bit ax 6112T2
30" long, 9 1/4" wide head, 4" long cutting edges
signed "E & S" "3 1/2"
This ax was made by Emerson & Stevens of Oakland Maine in 1941. Courtesy of Liberty Tool
SubCategor Woodworking: Boring Tools
Adjustable drill bit 31811T19
8 1/2" long, 1" wide
signed "L H GIBBS" "NY" "PATENT" "JUNE 17 1885"
DATM (Nelson 1999) lists Gibbs in Washington, DC when he received his patent. He later
moved to NY.
Adjustable hollow auger bit 101312T23
6" tall, 5" x 3 1/4" base
signed "E.C. STEARNS & COL. SYRACUSE, N.Y."
This company operated from 1877 to 1941.
Archimedean drill 22311T7
13" long (extended), 8" long (closed)
signed "Goodell Bro's Greenfield, Mass." "Patented, July 22, 1890. Nov. 17, 1891"
The drill has a slot type screwdriver bit. The patent is online at:
http://www.google.com/patents/about?id=JRBhAAAAEBAJ&dq=goodell+nov+17+1891. Part of
the Robert Sullivan Collection donation.

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