A company history and description of tools manufactured by the Millers Falls Company from the mid-1860's until the closure of its Massachusetts operation in 1982.
Articles on 19th century corn shellers, cow milkers, grain cradles, mower and reaper sharpeners, as well as antique farm tools for sale and U.S. patent searches.
FAQ designed to address the most frequently asked questions about antique tools on rec.woodworking.
A clearinghouse for information on antique tool and woodworking machine patents, allowing collectors of these tools to easily find information about the history of tools and trades.
Information for users and collectors of all models of Disston handsaws.
Describes Miller's Patent Plow Plane. Includes nomenclature, photos, origin and history of Charles Miller and his planes.
Magazine for those who collect hand tools, use them, or just study their history.
Interesting and vintage tools.
Collecting old tools since the mid 80s, specializing in Davis Levels and Patented planes.
A site for woodworkers and tool collectors to view photos of antique tools for research and reference.
Dedicated to antique and vintage hand tools, especially wrenches. Discussion forum for the community of buyers, sellers, and collectors.
Gratuitous graphical blandishment by Allan Fisher.
Information about Stanley planes; what they look like, what they do, what common parts are missing, what flaws they suffered during use.
Mark Conley provides information with pictures, patent numbers and dates as a resource for other collectors.
Very informative site with photo display and history of saw sets and saw tools.
Features projects, reviews of hand and power tools, woodworking book reviews, rants and a hardwood information chart.
A repository of information on the use and preservation of old and antique woodworking tools.
Offers a variety of antique and used woodworking tools, along with many collectable planes like Norris, Record and Stanley planes.
Devoted to information on the history, restoration and use of vintage woodworking machinery developed through contributions by many enthusiasts of antique iron.
To provide the highest quality saws of the 19th and 20th Century to the woodworker and collector alike.
Focuses on the use, functional operation, repair, troubleshooting and failure mode analysis of gasoline blow torches. Includes articles, FAQs and links.
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