One of the Brinly Gem Series plows, the Ruby was considered to be a 2-mule plow, ideal for turning fairly mellow bottomlands. With an 8-1/2-inch share, the plow sold for $9 in 1888.
An 1888 catalog entry for one of Brinly’s earliest garden tools. This wheel hoe was good for plowing and cultivating the garden, and required the power of only a single human to work.
This late 1960s line-up of Brinly garden tractor attachments includes (top left to bottom right): BB-360 rear blade with scarifier and end wings, CC-600 cultivator, TT-100 tool bar with BB-220 furrow openers, SS-500 dragharrow, DD-500 single disk harrow, CC-500 cultivator, PP-510 10-inch plow, KK-305 vegetable planter, KK-305 planter with KK-310 row marker and KK-320 fertilizer hopper, CC-525 cultivator.