For those anywhere in the world who collect, use, display, or sell early tools or implements. Publish a newsletter, The Tool Shed, and sponsor several tool-related events each year.
EAIA membership, antique tool collecting and related information.
Dedicated to preserve and interpret historic trades, crafts and tools. Includes bylaws, news and announcements, annual meeting, membership, publications and event calendar.
Anyone having articles, pictures or advertisements relating to early toolmakers or tradesmen in Rhode Island, are encouraged to use this site to showcase that material.
A heritage group providing a forum for discussing traditional tools and the way in which artisans of the past worked with these tools, recognizing the skill and ingenuity of their efforts.
Organized for the study, identification, and preservation of the tools used by the craftsmen in past centuries, for the sharing of information about these tools, and for their exhibition.
Dedicated to the study, preservation and understanding of the early tools, implements and devices used in homes, shops, on the farms and on the seas, and to a better perception of the industries and crafts in which these tools were used as well as the craftsmen who used them.
Learn about the tools and trades that made America. Includes events, a list of officers and directors, some history of the organization, articles and related links.
The Potomac Antique Tools and Industries Association, Inc. is an educational, tax-exempt organization for people who have an interest in the tools, crafts or manufacturing processes of the past.
Promotes the collection, restoration, study and understanding of the tools of early trades and crafts. Includes a list of officers, a meeting schedule, book reviews, a membership application and club links. Located in Denver, Colorado, United States.
Organization for historical study of wooden planes and study of antique wooden plane makers. Research on antique tool history.
Informational site for collectors interested in tools and related items from vintage hardware companies including Simmons (Keen Kutter); Shapleigh (Diamond Edge); Winchester, Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett(OVB), Belknap (Blue Grass), and Stanley.
A group of members who are interested in collecting and studying antique tools. Members across Canada, the U.S., and the UK.
TATHS was founded in 1983 to further the knowledge and understanding of hand tools and the trades and people that used them. Membership is open to the UK and overseas.
TTTG is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the study, conservation, collection, and use of craftsmens' tools. Promotes the preservation of traditional tools and skills, and the dissemination of knowledge about Australian toolmaking history and the use of tools across all industries.
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