Thread Tools. Find More Posts by jakemac. The date code initially posed a bit of a mystery here, as the digit style and trailing dash suggested manufacturing during the s. The shank is stamped "Blue Point Boxocket" with the size and model number, as shown in the lower inset for close-up detail. The finish is chrome plating with polished faces.
Thus in many cases a manufacturing date will have to be estimated based on production and marking characteristics.
The Snap-On Wrench Company
Go To Page: Mark Forums Read. Find More Posts by BlueBomber. The early production of the Supreme wrenches had the shank ground after forging, with the sides tapering to a flat strip in the center. Information on the development of Snap-on during the s can be found in our article on the Snap-On Wrench Company covering their first decade of operations. The manufacturing date for this wrench is ambiguous.