Exchanging the claw-hammer for his office coat, Burns went out by way of the French window to the rear of the house.
We had no stretcher, so Dinky-Dunk made shift with me and a claw-hammer.
Togged up to the nines with his claw-hammer, cuff-shooters, gloves, and crush-hat.
There's many on 'em, with claw-hammer coats and diamonds in their shirt-fronts, as hasn't got two quid to knock together.
While Watkins held up the lid the thief tore off his claw-hammer coat and stuffed that down into the chest.
To remedy this he moused around until he discovered some long nails and a claw-hammer.
Two nouns used in other than their natural signification; claw-hammer.
The master wore a frock coat, but the servant was dressed in a "claw-hammer," and looked like a first-class waiter.
I don't believe you have put on a claw-hammer coat since you've been up here, except for club dinners.
The waists were short, like the frocks of the women, and the long "claw-hammer" tail was split up to the waist.