. Charles V. Mapes'. Agricultural machinery. Fig. 367. Fig. 368. Fig. 36*7. Common nail, of solid cast steel or steel face. " 368. Adze-eye hammer, very strong. Stone Hammers.—Of these we have every variety, which will be furnished to order. Fig. 369 represents Coe's Patent Screw Wrenches. They are of various sizes and finish, as follows: 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 18 and 21 inches. Bright. 10, 12,15, 18, and 21 inches, Black. By the arrangement and proportions of the parts, these wrenches are acknowl- edged to be the most convenient, efiicient, and the strongest now made, and having been long in

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. Charles V. Mapes'. Agricultural machinery. Fig. 367. Fig. 368. Fig. 36*7. Common nail, of solid cast steel or steel face. " 368. Adze-eye hammer, very strong. Stone Hammers.—Of these we have every variety, which will be furnished to order. Fig. 369 represents Coe's Patent Screw Wrenches. They are of various sizes and finish, as follows: 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 18 and 21 inches. Bright. 10, 12,15, 18, and 21 inches, Black. By the arrangement and proportions of the parts, these wrenches are acknowl- edged to be the most convenient, efiicient, and the strongest now made, and having been long in use and fully proved, are favorably known among our mechanics, manufacturers, and dealers. The screw which moves the sliding jaw is expeditiously and easily operated by the thumb of the hand that grasps the handle, and the space between the jaws is adjusted to the size of the nut or screw to be turned, under any circumstances,. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Mapes, Charles Victor, 1836-1916. [from old catalog]. New York, M'Crea & Miller

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