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Littlestown Hardware & Foundry Co. Bench Vise #112

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    Posted 11 years ago

    wonderfuls…
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    Here is a classic from the Littlestown Hardware & Foundry Co. of Littlestown, Pa...Heavy cast LITTCO No. 112 bench vise, standard work wear and garage patina (rust). It features a locking swivel base. LITTCO, still in business today, goes back to 1916....3.5-4" bite...3 .5" wide...Weight 17.2
    lbs...A lot of character on this one. Re-discovered this in my tool table drawer today. A little WD-40 was added later.

    THE DOG STAYS IN THE PICTURE! Lulu my Patterdale Terrier checking it out. Oh, she is not for sale......

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    Comments

    1. andrew sten, 10 years ago
      what do you think the value is?- i have on like it and want to know if i should use it or sell it to antique store...

      thanks
    2. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 10 years ago
      Value? what is scrap Iron worth ? these are still being sold and used, I have one on my bench now that I've had for a few years.. I use it, you can't hardly hurt it . Enjoy !
    3. Jan, 10 years ago
      I have not seen this #112 sell over $10.00. Many thanks, Jan
    4. andrew stein, 10 years ago
      thanks, jan!
    5. Pat Lear, 10 years ago
      I have an old mailbox, made by Littlestown Hardware and Foundry Co., Inc Littlestown, PA, style#12. It is old, cast iron, I think. Can you tell me what it is worth?

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