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Gallery of Orphan Spanners & Wrenches

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Item Picture
Item Description

DOE marked "13"

Possiblt Mitchell & Co - catalogue listing as confirmation needed

Source: RO

SOE marked "20"

Source: RO

Large cast spanner ~ 14"long only marked 52

source Joe C

ROE marked "67"

Source: Ozwrenches

SOE / hex bung end

Source: RO

Malleable DOW marked "106W"

Source: Ozwrenches

MOE marked "231"

Source: RO

SOE marked "255"

Source: RO

Crowfoot marked "0298

Source: RO

Small flat S shaped SOE marked "322 JWS 86"

Source: Ozwrenches

Small Malleable spanner marked 1728

Source: Ozwrenches

Marked "2115"

Source: RO

Large hub spanner marked "2272" It has the Herbrand mark: H in diamond also

Source: Ozwrenches

Small Flat spanner marked 5458, approx 6 in long

Source: Ozwrenches

Large flat Cast malleable spanner marked "7631"

Source: RO

Unusual Cast spanner markd "9140", approx 11 inches long.

Source: Ozwrenches

 

Small spanner, possibly motorbike, maker unknown. Marked 11285 3-1/2 BHP

Source: Ozwrenches

Fire hydrant or similar hooked ring spanner with other features. Marked 20024 B

Source: Ozwrenches

T Socket marked "040212"

Source: RO

Large SOE marked "040736"

Source: Ozwrenches

DOE marked A2 - 20 over 4 / M FOSTER

Source: Ozwrenches

Cranked spanner marked "AFS"

Thought to be a fire sprinkler fitting spanner

Source: RO

Small, crudely made metric spanner marked "A.T. S.Y.T."

Source: Ozwrenches

Hub spanner marked only "B.V" 14 inches long, hex end is 2-3/8 in AF.

Source: Ozwrenches

Small brass SOE marked "BARNES"

Source: RO

Marked "BRITOOL No 68898A"

Source: Ozwrenches

Approx 9 inches long SOE marked BSA" heavily stamped onto heavily eroded boiler plate

Source: Ozwrenches

Blacksmith made S Shaped blacksmith made spanner marked B.T.C. in several places, approx 12 in long.

Source: Ozwrenches

Small SOE marked "C.D." Material looks to be one of the Non Sparking alloys.

Source: RO

Marked "CROWN" on both sides, 8 inches long

Source: Ozwrenches

SOE marked "DD210"

Source: RO

Cast iron socket , 4 inches long marked "E5288F" The numbers remind one of Caterpillar, but a listing has not been found.

Source: Ozwrenches

Cast Iron spanner with the words "FABRE VAISON" in raised letters in a depressed rectangle . Also markeds "PS" near one end.

Source: Ozwrenches

Cast iron spanner wrench marked G64. It is identical to the "Cockshutt AA" wrench. Any info welcomed

Source: Ozwrenches

Marked G254, 10.5 inches long.

Could this be a Cockshutt wrench?

Source: Ozwrenches

Large cast iron spanner ~15" long, marked GC83

Source Joe C.

Small CI spanner marked "H224"

Source: Ozwrenches

Heavy railway type spanner marked HO343, or possibly HG343"

Source: Ozwrenches

Cast iron socket, 5 inches long. Marked "H532 symbol 2 "

Source: Ozwrenches

T wrench marked "Hayes EB315"

Identified as for Hayes Pump Jacks

Source: RO

Marked HBR deeply hot stamped, also T.B on the back. 7.5 inches long

Source: Ozwrenches

Small machinery SOE marked "HENRY HAUSER S A BIENNE"

Source: Ozwrenches

DOE marked "13 GRUSON 13" not sure what measurements system, but much larger tham 13 mm

Source: RO

Large DOE, thick heads marked "HM22"

Source: Ozwrenches

Oddball spanner marked "J&S" This is Jones & Shipman as far as we know ---what is it for? perhaps a machinery control spanner?

Source: Ozwrenches

Small DOE marked "J.B.C"

Source: Ozwrenches

Forged spanner . It has a maker mark - roundel with J E Co and the numbers forged in" 40-4-4"

Source: Ozwrenches

Vintage Whitworth spanner Marked "K2411"

Source: Ozwrenches

Hook Spanner marked "LAWTON TOWMOTOR"

Source: RO

6inch DOE, looks like Motorbike related, marked "LS & Co"

Source: Ozwrenches

Cast Malleable Iron DOE marked "M.28"

Source: Ozwrenches

Multi ended spanner marked M1801.

Source: Ozwrenches

Large S spanner marked M.C.Q. on both sides.

Source: Ozwrenches

Long Podger marked MG Co - could it be "McCalman Garde?"

Source: Ozwrenches

DOE marked MH Co... Massey Harris?

Source: Ozwrenches

Malleable Cast Iron spanner marked "M.M.F.Co"

Source: RO

Flat spanner marked "MTO Co"

Source: RO

large SOE marked OTC on both sides

Source: Ozwrenches

Vintage Whitworth spanner impressed "W K & C Peace" over a pictorial dove and below that "Sheffield"

Source: Ozwrenches

Axle spanner marked "RD & Co"

Source: Ozwrenches

Multi spanner - looks motorbike related, marked "ROBERTS BOLTON"

Source: Ozwrenches

DOE marked "ROEBUCK" Is this Seers Roebuck of something else?

Source: RO

Multi ended spanner, almost a Deering Pattern, marked "S.589" It also has a symbol of 3 intersecting circles.

Source: Ozwrenches

No 4 size malleable spanner marked S O & Co

See also below

Source: Ozwrenches

No 4 size malleable spanner marked (S) O & Co

This spanner is seen with the S and without. Refer above.

Source: Ozwrenches

CI DOE marked "TITAN" with a symbol beneath - is this a tractor spanner?

Source: RO

Malleable iron multispanner. Maker or implement unknown, spanner came from New Zealand.

Source: Ozwrenches

6 inch multi spanner marked V451" thought to be mower related

Source: Ozwrenches

SOE marked VIKING 01018-C

Source: Ozwrenches

Single ended spanner, 17 inches long, open jaw 1" AF. It has a long part number W1251F114 / 5791

Source: Ozwrenches

"W A & Co" Thought to be William Angliss & Co (meatworks etc)

Source: RO

Tiny CI spanner marked WA617

Source: Ozwrenches

Walter cranked ROE 14 x 19mm

Has a serial number: "5120-12-145-3612"

Source: Ozwrenches

Whitin Machine Wks

Source: Ozwrenches

 

Small Flat ROE marked "WITMY PATENT"

Source: RO

Agricultural spanner looks similar to the Z2 Syracuse and Z2 John Deere wrenches, but this one is unmarked

Source: Ozwrenches