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Nestor's Patent Clapboard Gauge
An unusual brass and mahogany clapboard gauge patented on Dec 31, 1867 by John Nester of Portland Oregon.
Features include a clapboard marker, marking gauge, level; and a 12 inch rule.
Minor tool-box dings. Fully functional. Lightly cleaned. Nice condition.
Koenig / Troy NY 3 Bar Depth Gauge / Gage Wm.
Koenig was written up and pictured in Popular Science back in the 40's and
was awarded a prize for his wartime money saving ideas. This unusual piece is nice &
Boye "Handy Rule Tool" This
is an unusual and hard to find rule accessory. The inventor of the Stanley No.1
Odd Jobs, George Hall, patented this device in 1925. It is called the Handy Rule Tool. It
has the original box and instructions. Like new never used condition.
Both bubbles intact.
There are at least 10 functions. Plumb level, level, square,
compass, center gauge, pitch gauge, depth gauge, left and right bevel and
more. Rare tool in nice condition. Different!!