Here is a fantastic old two speed hand drill by the Goodell-Pratt Company, patented August 13, 1895. It has been completely overhauled and works great.
Here are the specs right out of the Goodell-Pratt Catalog, page 165, dated 1895: BREAST DRILL "This breast drill is very popular because it represents such a great value for the price at which it is sold. Please notice particularly the provision made to prevent wear on the spindle, the steel, pinions and the strength and reliability of the gear shifting device. BREAST PLATE Enameled iron, adjustable FRAME Malleable Iron, black enameled HANDLES Polished hard wood GEARS All teeth are machine cut. Pinions are steel. Large gear is finished in red enamel. SPEEDS Two speeds, changed by turning the shifter knob marked "fast" and "slow" SPINDLE Accurately turned steel spindle; has hardened end that runs in a hardened steel cone bearing CHUCK All steel, with three hardened jaws for holding round shanks 0 to 1/2 inch. Shell is polished and nickel plated. SIZE 16 inches long. Net weight, 4 1/2 pounds Price, each ..................................(WYGGA) $6.20"
It is in used, refurbished condition. The finish is mostly worn off but works like a charm! It does not come with any drill bits.