In the plethora of bicycle wrenches produced by the Frank Mossberg Co in the late 1890s and early 1900s the “Junior No. 1” stands out from the others. It is made of cast steel (not sheet steel riveted or folded like most of the others), has scales on the shaft of the moving jaw that measure the jaw opening in both inches and millimeters. This example is well marked and has nearly all of its original nickel plating. It just needs a light cleaning to make it shine like new. The wrench is but 3 inches long and 5/16 inch thick. The jaws are ˝ inch deep, and they open to present a gap 1 inch wide. This one is stamped with two owner’s initials, but is otherwise perfect. Fine.
Price - $45.00
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