7153392556 SKU: 150125
ITEM TITLE Antique Heavy Bemis & Call Adjustable Soo Line Railroad Iron Monkey Wrench L3X
- Brand: Bemis & Call
- Size: 15 1/4" long when closed
- Style: Monkey Wrench
- Condition: Used
- Notes: This large wrench is solid and in good used condition with usage nicks and scratches.
- Type: Huge railroad wrench
For your consideration is this heavy iron monkey wrench made by Bemis & Call of Springfield, Mass and used by the Soo Line Railroad. The wrench is engraved with “Soo Line” as well as with “B&C Trade Mark” and “Bemis & Call Company, Springfield Mass, Made in USA”. This usable wrench features an adjustable screw which twists well. This wrench measures about 15 ¼” long when fully closed. This large wrench is solid and in good used condition with usage nicks and scratches. Please see the pictures for more detail.
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