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This is the last half of his collection, we sold the first half last Fall. Patent is the first of two for this wrench advertised as the "Clutch Wrench". This is the actual wrench pictured in Schulz's book and is the only one I know of.
Jim started collecting wrenches while still in his teens just missing being a charter member of the Missouri Valley Wrench club by one meeting. The set screw adjustment was added on the second patent but it is on this wrench marked with the first patent number. usually found marked "Clutch Wrench Co / Waukesha, Wisc." or without any markings.
A Printed Catalog with most of the wrenches pictured will be available for .00 and a Prices Realized List for .00 will be available after the auction (if you are an active bidder either in person or absentee you should be receiving a catalog).
To order catalogs or for more information contact Don 'Bus: Haury: Friday April 21 and Saturday April 22, 2017 AUCTION STARTS AT P. FRIDAY (approximately 1/2 hour after Wrench Club Meet ends) AND AT A. SATURDAY AT THE CITY AUDITORIUM, 6TH & NEBRASKA AVENUE, YORK, NEBRASKA York is located 40 minutes west of Lincoln, 90 minutes west of Omaha and 60 minutes east of Grand Island (two miles north of I-80, Exit 353).
Notification will be about Tuesday or Wednesday after the sale as it takes 2 to 3 days to sort, weigh, wrap, and determine the shipping charges.
APPL'D 4-8-19.- - 10.5" hex shaft quick adjust nut wrench with a sliding lower jaw assembly with a knurled locking collar.
1 - PATENTED - - 9.25" double jaw nut and pipe wrench with adjusting nut at end of handle. DEC 9, 1930 - - 11" wild combination tool invented by Nathan Jenkins of Chicago, ILL. Also listed are the last of Gil Irps' IHC wrenches. plus a few consignments from a few other Missouri Valley Wrench Club members Dean collected mostly farm wrenches and related items but is moving and can't take his wrenches along. - - 10" quick adjust pipe wrench with odd loop ended adjusting handle. It seems like every few lots I was typing "First one I have seen" or "First one we have had to sell".
Highlights include: Numerous Rare, Unique Adjustables Wrenches - Extraordinary Buggy & Wagon Wrenches Including Several Super Rare Buggy Wrench and Oiler Combination Tools - Cutout Wrenches Include: IHC Cutout - Casaday Cutout - Zenith Cutout - Sechler - Moline Cutout and other Cutouts - Rare Adjustables - Rare Buggy and Wagon Wrenches - Several Rare John Deere Wrenches Including a L22 Hitch Pin Wrench - Rare Early Model Vise-Grips - Combination Tools and Fencing Tools - Rare Farm Wrenches Including an Excellent Selection of Odd Balls & Orphans, Implement Tool Boxes, Wagon Reach Plates, Planter Seed Box Lids - Buggy Jacks - Farm Related Early Catalogs, Parts Books, Etc.
- Books on Wrench Collecting (Schulz's and others) - Farm Related Advertising Items and Much More.