This is an ultra rare original 1874 one-page print article about tools with illustrations of Buck Brothers Cast Steel tools, manufactured by Buck Brothers, Riverlin Works, Millbury, Massachusetts. Fig. 1 is a turning chisel, and Fig. 2 a turning gouge; they are made in twelve different sizes, from 1/8 inch to 2 inches. Fig. 3 is a handled firmer-chisel, and Fig. 4 a handled paring chisel, each made in fifteen different sizes Fig. 5 is a carpenter's slick, and Fig. 6 a corner chisel. Fig. 7 is a screwdriver made in twelve sizes. Fig. 8 is a nail-set, made in five sizes, of cast-steel and tempered at both ends. Fig. 9 is an octagon punch for machinists; while Fig. 10 is a millwright chisel. Fig. 11 is a long socket firmer chisel, also made in twelve different sizes. Please note that there is printing on the reverse.