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Auction Location: 1501 West 31st Suite #342 in the Down Town Underground Caves, Kansas City, MO 64108
Phone: 913-219-3960Lot Categories: Hand Tools (3), Furniture (3), Electric & Pneumatic Tools (2), Machinest Tools (2), Smalls (1)
08/06/2018 07:00 pm
Powerful direct drive motor and included with this saw is 2 HD fences and 2 Miter Gauge slide. Here's some interesting history and information about the manufacturer of this table saw: The J. A. Fay & Egan Co. was formed by the 1893 merger of Cincinnati-based rivals J. A. Fay & Co., and the Egan Co. It continued the position of its predecessor companies as one of the world's largest manufacturers of woodworking machinery.
The 1893 merger was not a one-step procedure. It seems that the two parent firms created a co-owned entity, J. A. Fay & Egan Co., but each continued to operate fairly independently—as the Fay Department and the Egan Department—for several years. We have seen ads from each of the parent firms as late as January 1901. These ads do not mention J. A. Fay & Egan Co., and it seems likely that the machines themselves were not always marked with the post-merger name until after 1900. Thus, a "J. A. Fay & Co." or "Egan Co." name on a machine probably means "made in 1901 or earlier" rather than "made in 1893 or earlier".
One place where there was an abrupt transition from the pre-merger names to the post-merger name was in patent assignments. The earliest patent we have found that was assigned to J. A. Fay & Egan Co. is dated 1893-06-06, and we have found no patents assigned to one of the parent companies after that date.
Fay & Egan fell onto hard times by 1928, and then went bankrupt in 1937. It was acquired by Walter F. Schott from the Egan family. Schott sold many assets but continued the woodworking machinery manufactory. In 1957, a fire destroyed many foundry patterns.
In 1977 the company was liquidated. According to Batory's book, a Cincinnati businessman purchased some of the assets and created a new business, Dels Inds, to supply parts and documentation on the old machines. That company has long since disappeared. Writing in 1985, Chandler W. Jones in Planers, Matchers and Molders in America says, "Today, Fay & Egan functions as a division of James A. Wulfeck, Inc., building a limited line of woodworking machines. Primary efforts are in the metalworking area."
See the entry for J. A. Fay & Co. for pointers to its predecessors. From the 1850s through to the 1920s, Cincinnati was probably the biggest center in the world for the manufacture of woodworking machinery. Some of the company names suggest the intertwined nature of the business relationships over the years:
Every thing on the pallet for your high bid. Antique Cream Separator bases and one with a good start on one
A couple of Made in the USA wood working pieces. First is the Stanley miter saw mounted on wood and the framing fixture by H.C. Marsh out of Rockford Illinois. Quality tools for your framing wood shop
Wild looking and old arc welder with cable and portable dolly. 7 different heat positions. Can you imagine how much copper is in this antique? It could salvage for over $200 if it doesn't work. I'm betting it will work.
Antique wire extrusion device with intermediate rollers and spool on the structure. Wood stand is about 48" overall length. Can't tell you how all of this works but this piece. if nothing else we have or do at Dale Wilch's Man Cave would make it worth your while to come down this Wednesday night to check it out.
Build a fire Ethel and heat up these lead soldering tools.
Cast iron (heavy) and Porcelain commercial deep sink (30" wide X 21" X 6" deep) Measures 19" up the back wall side. NOTE: this even includes the cast iron wall mount the will hold this sink up and flush against the wall. Get out the Babo and get it cleaned up real quick. Don't miss the 50's TV commercial for Babo Cleaner. Click the link below.
All steel welding table with hammer and even some rod. No guarantee on the welding rod. I will guarantee the table is 48" wide X 230" deep and stands about 35" off the floor
Another heavy and cast iron Porcelain deep sink on a tubular stand. Measures 16" X 20". Good chance with some of that Babo and a lot of elbo grease this would clean up nice too.
Antique bathroom cast iron and porcelain sink with the old fixtures. Hard to see in the photos but on the flat above the hot water faucet is a slight indentation made for the bar of soap. I should be selling Babo or Comet cleanser with all this dirty stuff I'm selling. 19" X 17" X 8" deep
Wild old 5 bulb and globe chandelier. All glass globes and the center stand are in good shape. I've got another of these also at auction this week. So if you need a pair get your big $$$ bids down.
Wild old 5 bulb and globe chandelier. All glass globes and the center
stand are in good shape. I've got another of these also at auction this
week. So if you need a pair get your big $$$ bids down.
Pallet and wooden box full of assorted grinding wheels/ stones from an old machine shop. Ordered from a supply house Schone & Johnson Machinery Co. in Kansas City and shipped to "Bunn Jewelery & Gift Shop" in Lenox, Iowa. (no idea what jewelry would need some stuff this big. Look at those big ones 14" X probably 2" thick and with a 1-1/8" ID shaft hole. The 1961 newspaper was used in packing.
Nice box full of telephone/ light pole glass wire insulators with one big one (a few chips out of it) The clear glass ones are very unique. I've not seen this style before.
Assorted sizes of the "Steam Punk" era cultivator blades. Lots of cool things to do with these.
Wow, from the old belt driven machine shops is this large grinding wheel / wire brush shaft mounted on big Pillow Block bearing supports. The pillow blocks are worth $40 a piece by them selves.
Do you remember these old Tension Shelves from your grandmas bathroom? Always straddled the toilet and had decorations on it. Don't forget the wood "Diamond" stick matches you were suppose to light so the sulfur would drown out the smell you just made.
Another one of grandmas favorites was this collapsible rope clothes line. 4 sides to hang your dirty (clean) laundry on all around the center pole. I told my model to look pretty for the photos but you see what I had to work with. Oh well, he was FREE and bought breakfast
If you got a pair (team) of work horses, I've got the cool old wood Hame with the metal hardware. Always neat used as Western Decor
All items (lots) in this auction are on display and available this Wednesday evening from 6-9 for you to preview before bidding. Great assortment of tools, collectable and miscellaneous pieces. All lots start low and go to the high bidder(s) regardless of where it ends. Get your bid(s) in early because the Bid Increments go up quickly.
Dale Wilch's Man Cave (913) 219-3960
We want you to come down this Wednesday evening to look over all auction lots and then come down the Wednesday evening after the auction ends and pick up your won lots. While you're here, take a walk around to visit the 20 + other vendors buying, selling and trading every Wednesday night too!
We have material handling equipment including a fork lift to help you with your purchases. We are only open at this facility Wednesday nights from 6-9 PM. For previewing and pickup any other time an appointment is required. Call Dale Wilch weekdays only @ 913-219-3960 to schedule an appointment or for additional information. Our location (Downtown Underground caves) is at 1501 West 31st Suite 342, Kansas City, MO 64108. We are West down the hill from the Channel 4 TV studios or East up the hill from the Quik Trip @ 31st & Southwest Boulevard.
Here’s a few Bidding TIPS. We suggest taking a quick look (spin thru all pages) of the lots (items) in this week’s auction. Many bidders like to wait until the auction is closer to the ending before they bid, I understand that. The cool deal with these Equip-Bid auctions is you can just click “Watch” on the lots and that puts those lots in your “Dashboard” so you can review and determine your bid(s) later. Now with the lots you were interested in placing a bid on are all in your “Dashboard” and now you won’t have to go thru all lots again. This way as the auction gets closer to the end it’s so much easier to make your final bids on only the lots you have interest (put in your Watch). If you missed items last week we might have additional inventory on these lots and most likely re-listed them this week.
Dale Wilch’s Man Cave Auctions give you a way to pick up bargains at the price you want to pay! We invite you to come down this Wednesday night to our swap meet and flea market facility in the “DownTown Underground” (Caves on 31st in KCMO) Admission, parking and the 70 degree weather in the "Cave" is always FREE!
Always a menagerie of a little junk and a bunch of good stuff every week. We have 20 other Swap Meet/ Flea Market vendors buying, selling & trading at the same location every Wednesday night. It’s always fun and worth the trip to come see us. We always start the bidding out low to give you the opportunity to pick up some great deals. If you're coming down this Wednesday night anyway, why not try to pick off some of these Auction deals!
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