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Links

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Fine Tool Journal:

The single most comprehensive resource on hand tools available in the world!

The Astragal Press:

Publisher of Books on Antique Tools & Early Trades and Technology.

Early American Industries Association:

The purpose of the Early American Industries Association, Inc. is to encourage the study and better understanding of early American industries in the home, in the shop, on the farm, and on the sea; also to discover, identify, classify, preserve and exhibit obsolete tools, implements, and mechanical devices which were used in early America.

The Mid-West Tool Collectors Association:

A non-profit international organization whose purpose is the study, preservation and understanding of the early tools, implements and devices used by our ancestors in their homes, shops, on the farms and on the seas.

Crafts of New Jersey:

In 1977, a small group of tool collectors formed CRAFTS, meeting informally to talk about tools.
In 1980, the Club was incorporated as a non-profit organization with the purpose of encouraging interest in early trades and industries and fostering the identification, study, preservation and exhibition of early tools and implements.

Record Hand Planes, A History:

A great site for Record history and a must for dating record planes.

Vintage Saw:

Our mission at Vintage Saws is to provide the highest quality saws of the 19th and 20th Century to the woodworker and collector alike.
All the saws that we sell are newly sharpened, properly set and ready to use right out of the box.
We strive to sell only the finest quality tools and know that you will be pleased with your purchase.

Guild of Oregon Woodworkers:

A united group of hobbyists and professionals sharing a common passion for woodworking.

Inchmartine Tool Bazaar:

The UK's No. 1 Old Tool Web Site

Popular Woodworking:

Reviews, Tips and Tricks, articles on 'hot topics', and more!