Links To Others: Here are some other sites that are related to my page that I think are of interest. As I find new places, the list will change. Please feel free to e-mail any suggestions for additions to this list.
Maine Antique Digest is probably the best start for antiques information. They gave me my first link, back in 1995.... They were one of the first antique sites on the web.
AntiquesPeople.com A Resource and Information site Dedicated to Antique Dealers and collectors
Tool Related Web Sites, etc.
Plumb Bob Collectors Web Site A massive plumb bob site by Wolfgang Rueker form Germany. It's in English
Vintage Stanley Plastic Handled Chisels A new site by James Pickering to study the development and production of Stanley plastic-handled chisels.
Directory of American Tool and Machinery Patents This site is researching tool and machinery patents and posting the data (patent drawings and descriptions), along with information on the companies (manufacturers) and persons involved with the patent.
The Disstonian Institute Online Reference of Disston Saws.
The Museum of Woodworking Tools has some great tool galleries.
Mel Miller's Antique Tools has a lot of information about Davis levels.
Apprentice Neanderthal is another woodworker's site, learn about the Oldtools newsgroup. By John A. Gunterman
Ron Hock's Home Page: Get custom cutters for your planes
Ornamental Turning Home Page Steve Johnson's Home Page.
The Electronic Neanderthal is a homepage for woodworkers and full of good information.
American Precision Museum , The largest collection of historic precision machine tools in the nation.
Antiques Of A Mechanical Nature , The Meekers are friends of mine that have a broad range of mechanical antiques.
The Axe Hole , A site in Washington that sells logging tools and custom- and hand-milled lumber
Lester F. Larsen Tractor Test and Power Museum ,has old tractors and tractor testing equipment in Nebraska
Old World Plumb Bob Designs by Joseph Haesche Artistic Plumb Bobs by Joseph Haesche
The American Patented Brace Database By Ron Pearson and on the MWTCA website
Early Rhode Island Toolmakers & Tradesmen This website lists the known Rhode Island planemakers and shows details of the styles of the different makers, such as chamfers and wedge profiles, and includes advertisements and some articles that have been written.
A Millers Falls Homepage Randall Roeder, a member of the old tools discussion list and MWTCA member is maintaining a site that has some excellent content relative to Miller Falls tools.
Stanley Blood & Gore Illustrated Version a discussion about Stanley plane characteristics, and includes pictures.
Metal Router Type Study Page, By Lars Larsen , in Jay's Woodworking Homepage.
The Stanley Bench Plane Dating Page , in Jay's Woodworking Homepage.
Cleaning Rusty Tools , Electrolysis Made Easy
Northwest Woodworking Studio ,Gary Rogowski, a contributing editor of Fine Woodworking teaches classes in Portland that include cleaning and tuning hand tools and their proper use. Recommended.
Sawdust and Shavings ,Woodworking Tools, Projects and Hardwood Information. He has reviews of a bunch of old and new tools.
TOOLS ABC ,offers a wide range of tool sources. Of every type of tool.
Creative Woodcraft Plans ,a homepage with links to woodworking sites for ideas and supplies.
Powertools.org.uk , Power Tools for Tradesmen and DIY Fans from Leading Brands
Woodworkers Hand Plane Resource , rarebear put together a forum for buying and selling hand planes and old tools.
The Old Tool Shed , a UK company, based in East Anglia, specialising in antique, vintage and old collectable tools for sale.
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