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Goodell-Pratt Hand Drill No 5.5 with Rosewood Handle – c. 1935

Price:  $255.00
Item#:  555-GPNo5.5-1935-02

Detailed Description with Photos

Goodell-Pratt catalog No 16:

This hand drill is provided with two speeds which enable it to be used on all classes of work up to its extreme capacity. The two speeds are changed by turning the Shifter Knob marked “Fast” and “Slow”. The recently improved clutch makes shifting mechanism stronger and easier to operate. The polished rosewood handle has a screw cap that can be removed when handle is used for holding drills.

International buyers will receive separate invoice with S&H cost after purchase is complete.


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Goodell-Pratt Hand Drill No 5.5 with Mahogany Handle – c. 1938

Price:  $255.00
Item#:  555-GPNo5.5-1938-01

Detailed Description with Photos

Millers Falls/Goodell-Pratt catalog No 42:

After merger with Millers Falls Co., Goodell-Pratt hand drill No. 5.5 received some overhaul, but was still sold with Goodell-Pratt markings and under original numbering convention.  The catalog No. 42, which offered goods made by Millers Falls Co. and former Goodell-Pratt Co. described this drill as follows:

Known the world over for its smooth operation, years of serviceability and fine finish.  Two speeds with ratios of 3.8 to 1 and 1.3 to 1, changed by turning the sift knob.  Ball bearing spindle.  Steel pinions.


Goodell-Pratt Hand Drill No 5.5 with Cocobolo Handle – c. 1922

Price:  $255.00
Item#:  501s-GPNo5.5-1922

Detailed Description with Photos

Goodell-Pratt catalog No 16:

This hand drill is provided with two speeds which enable it to be used on all classes of work up to its extreme capacity.

The two speeds are changed by turning the Shifter Knob marked “Fast” and “Slow”. The recently improved clutch makes shifting mechanism stronger and easier to operate. The polished rosewood handle has a screw cap that can be removed when handle is used for holding drills.

 


Goodell-Pratt Hand Drill No 5.5B Toolsmiths – c. 1935

Price:  $245.00
Item#:  554-GPNo5.5B-1935

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International buyers will receive separate invoice with S&H cost after purchase is complete.

 

This version of the drill was produced by Millers Falls Company after acquisition of Goodell-Pratt in 1931.

Goodell-Pratt catalog No. 7 described this drill as:

This tool is intended to fill a long-felt want for Combination Hand and Brest Drill, the shape of the handle admitting of its use the latter way.  Its capacity is to 3/8 inch; and it has 2 speeds, facilitating the use of large size drills.

It has double gear, Two speeds, and a chuck, with capacity to 3/8 inch, as noted below.

  • Frame - Malleable Iron, Japanned.

  • Handle - Polished Hard Wood, Large Head.

  • Gears - Cut Teeth.

  • Speeds - It has Two Speeds, changed by turning the nut on the frame marked "F" and "S".

  • Chuck - Three-jawed, capacity 0 to 3/8 inch.  It has Knurled Nut, Nickel Plated, well made and accurate.

  • Spindle runs in a hardened steel cone bearing.


Goodell-Pratt Hand Drill No 5.5 with Cocobolo Handle – c. 1935

Price:  $255.00
Item#:  555-GPNo5.5-1935

Detailed Description with Photos

 International buyers will receive separate invoice with S&H cost after purchase is complete.

 

Goodell-Pratt catalog No 16:

This hand drill is provided with two speeds which enable it to be used on all classes of work up to its extreme capacity. The two speeds are changed by turning the Shifter Knob marked “Fast” and “Slow”. The recently improved clutch makes shifting mechanism stronger and easier to operate. The polished rosewood handle has a screw cap that can be removed when handle is used for holding drills.

Capacity – 3/8 inch
Length – 14 ½ inches
Weight – 2 ½ lbs. 


Goodell-Pratt Hand Drill No 4.5 – c. 1911

Price:  $185.00
Item #: 450-1911-GPhd4.5

Detailed Description with Photos

 International buyers will receive separate invoice with S&H cost after purchase is complete.

 

Goodell-Pratt catalog No 16:

Goodell-Pratt Hand Drill No 4 ½ is a small iron frame drill with a Handle of Cocobolo.  Polished Cocobolo Handle, with Screw Cap, can be used for holding Drills. The Frame is malleable iron, black enameled. Large Gear and Steel Pinion are nickel plated to prevent rusting. All teeth are machine cut. The Gears are held together by hardened steel Guard which prevents slipping.

All-steel Chuck, with three hardened jaws, holds Round Shank Drills 0 to 5/32 inch in diameter.

Length – 10 ½ inches
Weight - 1.2 lbs

 
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