"OMGosh - you should have him pick it all up, if he can! Sounds like a treasure trove! Isn't it sad how some folks just "throw out" anything and everything without a second thought?
It always upsets me, when that happens - So…"
"One of the reasons it's helpful to get the name correct on an item, is for validating it's origin ... it's not always about what it's called by today, or via slang terms, and it's not just about the historical data for…"
"ETA: Also, after Googling around and looking at some old Marble's ads, I found one with a blade shaped like yours: the shape of that knife is called "Woodcraft". Patented in 1916 (obviously lol) ... here is a very informative thread…"
"Technically this is a "monkey wrench" not a pipe wrench. A pipe wrench is angled with teeth which allows it to grip and hold a round pipe. A monkey wrench was for 4-sided nuts or bolt heads.
Here's a few on eBay.…"
"Actually I believe that's a nut wrench, most likely used on heavy equipment. A pipe wrench would have the jaw with the rocking motion so it could lock onto a round surface depending on the direction of force. This wrench here in this picture…"
"In excellent condition a knife like yours, 1915, with sheath sold for $550.USD. On eBay there were 2 for sale, 3 bids, $15.50; both had heavy use, one sheath. Another knife was asking $25. No Bids. Had rust, no sheath.
There seems to be…"
You bet! Here she is, I bought online through Barret Jackson's auction house, she a 1of 1 Jack Roush made her for a cancer auction and well being a surviver and a huge fan of mustangs I just couldn't pass her up.
Robert, welcome to the antique furniture group, post a pic or 2, make some comments, or just enjoy, welcome to a new bigger family
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