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    Set of tools including a level, screwdriver and a folding ruler. Level, 8"L x 1.5"W; screwdriver, 4"L x 1"W; ruler 24"L x 1"W.

    This is a nice and unusual vintage American surveyor's field box. It was used to carry instruments and papers on jobs out of the office. The color and patina of the wood is beautiful. The top opens on brass hinges and the handle, lock and closures are also brass.

    Boxwood and brass, four-section folding pocket ruler. Measures 12"L x .75"W when unfolded, and 3.75"L x 1.25"W when folded. Marked "No. 32."

    Lufkin metallic tape measure, circa 1950. Brown leather case. 100 feet of tape.

    Set of three vintage folding rulers. Silver, 24"L; yellow, 36"L; white, 48"L.

    Set of five English gardening implements. Still useful and make a wonderful display. Wood handles have nice patina. English impressed mark on some.Largest 14"L x 5"W; smallest, 10"L x 3.25"W.

    Brass Surveyor's Instrument on Tripod on

    Vintage heavy brass scoop with beautiful patina.

    Vintage cast iron French pâté press in shape of a pig. Pâté is loaded into pig and press is used to remove air pockets during cooling or as setting overnight.

    Early-20th-century metal book binding press with oak cabinet stand. Press is marked "Bruxelles Van Campenhout FR & SR."

    18th-C. Grain Scoop on

    French Grape Harvesting Bucket on

    French Pail on

    19th-C. Farm Bucket on

    French Metal Vintner's Basket on

    French Enamel Handled Bucket on

    French Bee Skep on

    French Grape Harvest Basket on

    Rare 19th-century French artist's easel of solid wood with brass fittings and hinges. Metal adjustable legs and brackets to hold canvases. Pointy little feet.

    Charming antique chromolithograph titled Garden Tools, from a series depicting country and city life (Germany, 1885). Crease in center, as issued. Displayed in an acid-free, standard-sized mat. Image size 12"H x 15.5"W.

    Hand-colored lithograph Plate IV: Household Furniture and Utensils from The Instructive Picture Book by Adam White and Robert M. Stark. Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1857. Unframed.