I have 2 tire gauges the first is what Dad had in the 1912 T std Schrader pat 1914 but the second is a Steven no5 pat applied for I can not find anything on the net or ebay Is it before or after the Schrader unit I have found 4 in the house all the same no 5 Cheers Colin
Someone will be along shortly to tell you that they are tire meters, not gages.
Those are both very common tire gauges. The Schrader is worth $5 - $10 if it works. The Stevens is maybe $10 - $15 if it works.
Here's a similar Stevens #7 on eBay that did not even get a bid because the price was too high:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Stevens-No-7-Tire-Pressure-Gauge-Uncommon-/23221 4033686?hash=item361108f516%3Ag%3AqIAAAOSwnHZYhMo6&nma=true&si=ooUxf2QVMc2f%252B oIhIA23G6M5Wcg%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557
Stevens was a huge machine tool and hardware and gun making operation.
Just found where he lowered the price to $10 and it sold:
Betsy, my 1924 cut-off touring, came with one of the Schrader gages (with leather case). After I replaced the rock-hard original rubber grommet on the bottom with a new one, it seals well onto the stem and works fine.
There is a Schrader one in the tool kit and I find one everywhere Tool box Kitchen ,living room, and they are all different because they are from different business's. The Stevens ones I've only found 4 so far so they were a little harder to find. Every box is an adventure- Time capsule,and some of it has a story but I have never seen the item. Well now I'm putting the story to item. Thanks Colin