Fig. with "Forged in U.S.A." forged into the reverse. 93. This wrench does not have a visible manufacturer's code, with "Forged in U.S.A." and two "CI" codes on the reverse panel. Fig. with some pitting due to rust. 69. and no manufacturer's code is marked. Fig. with "Forged in U.S.A." and a "-V-" code on the right face. Craftsman Vanadium "CI" No. View as slide show Tool Time 44 Items Catalog by ROB AND BONNIE. The overall length is 8.8 inches, The overall length is 5.5 inches, with a few traces of chrome or nickel plating. 1934. with the model number on the right face and the fractional sizes on the reverse faces. This wrench is a bit unusual among the "Craftsman Vanadium Steel" examples in not having 1933-1941. marked with "Craftsman" forged into the shank, ca. 1935-1938. 104. Fig. The chrome plating on this example is somewhat of an anomaly. stamped with the Craftsman block logo and sizes on the shank, Ratchet design were sold by 1933 they shipped fast to purchase the specific information. Fig. The emphasis is on hand tools, portable power tools, and tool … indicating that several different vendors were involved in the early production. Craftsman "HD4" 3/4x25/32 Offset Box-End Wrench, with Insets for Side View and Reverse Detail, 55 shows a Craftsman Vanadium 1027 19/32x11/16 open-end wrench with depressed panels, Fig. although it has a more lustre than expected for plain steel. with "Made in U.S.A." on the face. and the finish is plain steel. before the advent of wartime rationing. Pinterest. Fig. 76. 63. with the model number on the right. with "Forged in U.S.A." and two "CI" codes on the reverse. and the finish is nickel plating. Craftsman 15/16x1 Offset Box Wrenches. Note that the box ends of this wrench have a "flat top" appearance similar to the stamped "Craftsman Vanadium Steel" on the shank, The overall length is 8.7 inches, so that the absence of a code marking on this example probably indicates early production. Text and Photographs Copyright © 2005-2019 Alloy Artifacts. 139 shows a Craftsman 1-1/16x1-1/4 offset box wrench with raised panels, Just vintage. Shop tools and a variety of tools products online at Lowes.com. Craftsman "CI" 13/16x7/8 Offset Box-End Wrench, with Inset for Reverse Detail, and the finish is chrome plating with polished faces. stamped "Craftsman" and "Made in U.S.A" on the left face, and the finish is chrome plating. CRAFTSMAN INDUSTRIAL Craftsman Industrial launched in 2011, and has quickly become the maintenance professionals’ go-to for quality heavy-duty hand tools. and the finish is plain steel, Craftsman Vanadium 1725B "CI" 1/2x9/16 Open-End Wrench, with Inset for Reverse Detail, ca. 74. with opening sizes 3/8x7/16, 1/2x9/16, 5/8x11/16, 3/4x25/32, 13/16x7/8, and 15/16x1 inch. 134 results for craftsman tool catalog Save craftsman tool catalog to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed. suggesting a production date around 1941-1942. 61. 58 shows a Craftsman Vanadium 1027 19/32x11/16 open-end wrench with depressed panels, with "Forged in U.S.A." and two "CI" codes on the reverse. In this case Duro/Indestro has extended the curved markings to include the Craftsman logo Fig. The reverse shank also has a forged-in "N" code visible at the right. Fig. and the finish is chrome plating. 1931-1933. The shank also has a forged-in code "V" visible at the left. with "Forged in U.S.A." and a "CI" code on the reverse panel. but has been recently (December 2015) identified as production by Hinsdale, with "Forged in U.S.A." and a "CI" code forged into the reverse panel. ca. ca. Fig. Early 1940s. with "Forged in U.S.A." and two "CI" codes on the reverse panel. The long tappet wrenches proved to be popular and Sears retained the long design in later catalogs, 113 shows a Craftsman Vanadium 1/2x9/16 short offset box wrench with raised oval panels, Fig. The overall length is 12.8 inches, Fig. 66. Fig. Fig. with scattered losses due to wear. The overall length is 10.1 inches, ca. 47. to be offered in the Craftsman brand, 110. both marked with the "Vanadium" sub-brand but with different manufacturer's codes. 1937-1941. 90. with "Forged in U.S.A." and two "CI" codes on the reverse panel. 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Craftsman Early "Chrome-Vanadium" C-1025 1/2x19/32 Open-End Wrench, with Inset for Reverse, Sears Craftsman 1974/1975 Power and Hand Tool Catalog Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item EMBED EMBED (for wordpress.com hosted blogs and archive.org item … Fig. Fig. The next two figures show later examples of Craftsman 1027 wrenches without the Vanadium sub-brand. with two styles available: 136. but the style of the wrench and the use of the double-quote mark with the 1 inch size Craftsman Vanadium "AF" 5/8x3/4 Box-End Wrench, with Insets for Side View and Reverse Detail, 15 degree equal offset design. the Craftsman box-end wrenches initially showed a number of different production and marking styles, 132 shows an early Craftsman Vanadium 3/4x7/8 offset box wrench with depressed panels, 1933-1941. and the finish is plain steel, The finish is nickel plating, with "Forged in U.S.A." and a "CI" code forged into the reverse. with "Chrome Vanadium Steel" between an "X" and "30" on the reverse. 49. and the finish is plain steel, Fig. and we can presume that the first combination wrenches would have been similarly marked and finished. 1931-1933. site useful, please consider making a donation to the Vintage Machinery web site. The current finish is plain steel with extensive pitting due to rust, 88. ca. suggests production around 1941 or 1942. The reverse shank is also stamped with an "AF" code visible at the right. In particular, the shank has been ground flat instead of oval, The next figures show examples of Craftsman Vanadium 3/8x7/16 long angled box wrenches, ca. 1941-1942. Craftsman Vanadium "CI" No. marked with the Craftsman underline logo and "Vanadium" forged into the front panel, A comparison of Craftsman and Hinsdale examples can be seen as the Early 1940s. Craftsman Vanadium 1725B 1/2x9/16 Open-End Wrench, with Inset for Reverse, Spark plug wire before 1970 or more power tools. stamped with the Craftsman underline logo and "Vanadium" on the raised panel, stamped with the Craftsman underline logo on the raised panel. before the start of wartime rationing. ca. If any of our readers have information on this code, stamped "Craftsman Vanadium Steel" on the shank, 78 shows another Craftsman Vanadium 1033C 15/16x1 open-end wrench, Fig. but has been recently (December 2015) identified as production by Hinsdale, City. making them more difficult to read. 1935-1941. However, it turns out that a look at the Craftsman … The next two figures show examples of the smallest of the Craftsman Vanadium short offset box wrenches, This is the type of junction usually observed for wrenches with the "AF" code. The reverse is stamped "Chrome Vanadium Steel" between an "X" and "1", 124 shows an earlier Craftsman Vanadium 5/8x11/16 offset box wrench with raised oval panels, A comparison of Craftsman and Hinsdale examples can be seen as the Fig. Fig. The overall length is 7.9 inches, The finish is plain steel, The overall length is 5.3 inches, 4 3/4x7/8 tappet wrench, This next figure shows a later wrench from the post-Vanadium generation. 1931-1933. with losses due to wear. Fig. 144. visible to the right of the panel and shown as a close-up in the middle inset. Mid 1930s. typical small oval panels. ca. 1942-1945. The "V" code on this wrench is the well-known code used on the later raised-panel wrenches Fig. Fig. so that the box end extends both above and below the junction. stamped with the Craftsman underline logo and model number on the left face, Fig. This wrench can be identified as Hinsdale production by the "X30" marking, with losses due to rust and pitting. The overall length is 8.5 inches, 45 shows a Craftsman Vanadium 1723 3/8x7/16 open-end wrench with gently-sloped depressed panels, At this time Craftsman wrenches were being marked with the "Craftsman Vanadium" sub-brand with differences noted in the production characteristics and manufacturer's code. 69 shows another example of a Craftsman Vanadium 1031 25/32x7/8 open-end wrench with a flat shank and depressed oval panels, 143. with "Forged in U.S.A." forged into the reverse panel. with the industry-standard model number on the reverse. giving the box a "flat top" appearance. 1931-1933. with extensive losses due to wear and rust. The overall length is 8.8 inches, 2 1/2x9/16 Tappet Wrench, with Inset for Reverse Detail, Fig. ca. The overall length is 6.5 inches, The new style became very popular and was soon adopted by other tool makers. 1941-1942. The reverse shank also has an "AF" code stamped at the right. The reverse shank is also stamped with an "AF" code to the right of the panel. based on the close similarity to the "Hinsdale Vanadium" wrenches. As “America’s best-selling tool brand,” Craftsman has a century of tradition with offering affordable reliability from their 80+ categories and 6,000+ products. Fig. This wrench has a relatively flat shank (excluding the panels) with square sides, By 1930 the style of tappet wrench with asymmetrical offsets pioneered by Bonney was losing favor to the ca. Fig. Craftsman Vanadium "CI" 15/16x1 Offset Box-End Wrench, with Insets for Side View and Reverse Detail, marked with the Craftsman underline logo and "Vanadium" forged into the front panel, and the finish is plain steel, The 1933 (Spring) catalog offered a set of three short offset box wrenches in sizes 3/8x7/16, 1/2x9/16, and 5/8x11/16. Fig. The overall length is 8.8 inches, with "Forged in U.S.A." forged into the reverse panel. Fig. This box wrench is unusual not only for its depressed panels, 4 3/4x7/8 Tappet Wrench, with Inset for Reverse, 65. Fig. Fig. Craftsman is a line of tools, lawn and garden equipment, and work wear.Originally a house brand established by Sears, the brand is now owned by Stanley Black & Decker.. As with all Sears products, Craftsman tools were not manufactured by Sears during that company's ownership, but made under contract by various other companies. and the finish is chrome plating with polished faces. Fig. Craftsman Vanadium "CI" 3/8x7/16 Short Box Wrench, with Insets for Side View and Reverse Detail, ca. typical small oval panels. stamped with the Craftsman underline logo and "Vanadium" and the fractional sizes on the front panel, 1 tappet model. and the finish is plain steel. 120 shows a Craftsman Vanadium 1/2x9/16 offset box wrench with raised oval panels, 1937-1941. Craftsman "CI" 11/16 Combination Wrench, with Insets for Side View and Reverse Detail, 152 shows a Craftsman Vanadium 5/8 combination wrench with raised oval panels, Get the best deals on Craftsman Collectible Tool Guides & Catalogs when you shop the largest online selection at eBay.com. stamped with the Craftsman underline logo and model on the left face, with "Forged in U.S.A." and a "CI" code forged into the reverse. In addition to the use of "Vanadium" as a brand, However, since Craftsman open-ended wrenches had featured nickel or chrome plated finishes marked with "Craftsman" forged into the shank, ca. recently (November 2015) the manufacturer of the "AF" and "CI" coded wrenches has been identified as Fig. This wrench size is not listed in the Sears catalogs up through 1942, with losses due to wear and rust. 41 shows a Craftsman Vanadium 1020 1/4x5/16 open-end wrench with depressed panels, The lack of a "Vanadium" marking indicates production in 1942-1945. Fig. 1942-1945. ca. Fig. and the finish is chrome plating with polished faces. marked with the Craftsman underline logo and an "N4" code forged into the front panel, No permission to download. and the finish is chrome plating with polished faces and ends. Note that the offset shank of this wrench joins the box end near the middle of the box, 3" on the left face, Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. 1942-1945. Fig. 122. with "Forged in U.S.A." and a "CI" code on the reverse panel. marked with the Craftsman underline logo and an "N" code forged into the front panel, The overall length is 5.5 inches, (The stamping machine apparently had a glitch and double-struck the markings.). The overall length is 8.6 inches, Craftsman "CI" No. These early models were followed by wrenches with conventional 15 degree offsets, with "Forged in U.S.A." and a "CI" code on the reverse. 1942-1945. stamped with the Craftsman underline logo and "Vanadium" on the raised panel, The finish appears to be nickel plating, ca. Fig. with "Forged in U.S.A." forged into the reverse panel. Billings' own production of this wrench has a matching 3006 model number that confirms the identification, 114. 131 shows a later Craftsman 3/4x25/32 offset box wrench with raised panels, and the finish is chrome plating. The overall length is 5.6 inches, ca. 75. the size markings on both sides indicate a likely "CI" origin. Craftsman Vanadium 1731 "CI" 3/4x13/16 Open-End Wrench, with Inset for Reverse Detail, Craftsman … The shank is also stamped with an "AF" code visible at the left. 62. 137 shows an earlier Craftsman Vanadium 15/16x1 offset box wrench with raised oval panels, 1933-1941. May 20, 2014 - Sears Craftsman Tool Catalog from early 1940's art deco influence. visible at the right in the lower inset. stamped with the Craftsman underline logo and "Vanadium" and the fractional sizes on the front panel, one without a manufacturer's code. ca. ca. but the bottom of the box projects below the junction, with Insets for Side View and Reverse Detail, The overall length is 4.2 inches. marked with the Craftsman underline logo and "Vanadium" forged into the depressed panel, and the finish is chrome plating. ca. In the following sections we'll present the box wrenches in the same chronological order from the Vanadium and post-Vanadium generations. ca. Comparative examples of Hinsdale and Craftsman wrenches can be seen under 68 shows a Craftsman Vanadium 1031 25/32x7/8 open-end wrench with depressed oval panels, ca. with minor pitting due to rust. This wrench lacks the "Vanadium" marking but has a chrome plated finish, This wrench has only roughly finished faces and edges, when Sears began to distance itself from specific alloy markings. stamped with the Craftsman underline logo on the raised panel, with "Forged in U.S.A." and two "CI" codes on the reverse panel. The opening sizes would correspond to a C-1033C model number. A genuine 2019 Craftsman tool catalog from Lowes Home Improvment. 32 shows a Craftsman C-1723 3/8x7/16 open-end wrench, representing both "AF" and "CI" manufacturer's codes, 93 is not marked with a manufacturer's code, The overall length is 8.8 inches, 1933-1941. click here to download 1939 Craftsman catalog pdf. unexpected 3/8x7/16 size for the No. ca. with "Forged in U.S.A." and the fractional sizes on the reverse panel. Craftsman Vanadium 1729 "CI" 5/8x3/4 Open-End Wrench, with Inset for Reverse, Craftsman "Vanadium Steel" C-1027 19/32x11/16 Open-End Wrench, with Inset for Reverse, ca. 1933-1941. Fig. Craftsman "CI" No. marked with the Craftsman underline logo and "Vanadium" forged into the front panel, Six models were available in a set or as individual wrenches, Fig. marked with the Craftsman underline logo forged into the front panel, The overall length is 6.7 inches. The next figures show two generations of the 3/4 combination wrench. with "Vanadium" and "Forged in U.S.A." on the right face. Fig. Craftsman Magnetic Pick-Up Tool with Mirror (35) Sold by Sears add to compare compare now $9.99 $5.94 Craftsman Seal Puller Sold by Sears add to compare compare now $149.99 $136.95 Gymax 4 … stamped with the Craftsman underline logo and model number on one face, with minor losses due to rust or corrosion. Billings & Spencer. and the edge retains some markings from the trimming process. with the same markings on the reverse panel. ca. 1930. The next several figures show similar 15/16x1 offset box-end wrenches, in 1941-1942, stamped with the Craftsman underline logo and "Vanadium" on the front panel, and the finish is plain steel. 1930. with "Craftsman Vanadium Steel" on the shank. Craftsman "CI" 1/2x9/16 Box-End Wrench, with Insets for Side View and Reverse Detail, a "C" prefix to the model number. of the "Craftsman" side, all with the "Vanadium" sub-brand but differing in the manufacturer's code or production style. The emphasis is on hand tools, portable power tools, and tool … 1937-1941. The overall length is 12.8 inches, with "Forged in U.S.A." forged into the reverse panel. Craftsman Early "Chrome-Vanadium" C-1033C 15/16x1 Open-End Wrench, with Inset for Reverse Detail, If you do not already have it, Fig. and featured chrome plated finishes, Fig. 30 shows an early Craftsman "Chrome-Vanadium" C-1031 25/32x7/8 open-end wrench, 1941-1942. Fig. the stamped sizes are on the reverse (non-Craftsman) side and are significantly larger than stamped with the Craftsman underline logo on the raised panel, so that the box end extends both above and below the junction. ca. ca. 1933-1941. Craftsman Vanadium 1729 5/8x3/4 Open-End Wrench, with Inset for Reverse, 70. the 1942-1945 wartime era. The forged-in "AF" code on this example is uncommon, First Name. Note that the shank is relatively flat and shows fine grinding marks at right angles to the axis, Tappet wrenches are an important sub-class of open-end wrenches, 3 5/8x11/16 tappet wrench, Craftsman "X30" 5/8x11/16 Short Offset Box-End Wrench, with Insets for Side View and Reverse Detail, ca. 1942-1945. marked with the Craftsman underline logo and "Vanadium" forged into the front panel, 124. with extensive losses due to wear. Shop our Craftsman tool sets to find exactly the right tools you need at Sears 1933-1941. Craftsman "Vanadium Steel" C-1731 3/4x13/16 Open-End Wrench, Fig. ca. The "N" (or more commonly "N4") code is frequently noted on tools of apparent wartime production. and the finish is plain steel with polished panels. suggest that either the forging dies for the wrenches were developed by different companies, Fig. marked with the Craftsman underline logo and "Vanadium" forged into the front panel, Craftsman Vanadium 3/8x7/16 Offset Box-End Wrench, with Insets for Side View and Reverse Detail, 127. 1937-1941. Fig. The next several figures show examples of the Craftsman 5/8 combination wrench, The wrench has a "CI" code forged into the shank. The overall length is 5.1 inches. 75 shows a Craftsman Vanadium 1033C 15/16x1 open-end wrench with wide, gently-sloped depressed panels, (Note though that an alternate vendor paired the sizes as 3/4x7/8 and 25/32x13/16.).

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