How do I clean vintage tools?

Answer Vintage tools often come to their new owners in less than stellar shape. Years of use and often lack of use can leave tools dirty and filled with rust spots. Due to their age, vintage tools are not... Read More »

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How to Sell Vintage Tools?

Vintage tool collectors usually specialize in one area of vintage tools, which could be a particular brand such as Delta, or a specific tool such as band saws. Rarely, however, do they possess a co... Read More »

Vintage Hydramatic Transmission Tools?

Almost all vintage hydramatic transmissions use standard measurements. This includes, but is not limited to, sockets, screwdrivers, scratch awls, hammers, socket drivers, snap ring pliers and any o... Read More »

How to Identify Vintage I.H. Harrison Tools?

I.H. Harrison's "tool-holder" patent was filed in South Australia on Jan 23, 1899. A genuine first production (1903-04) of this impressively unique and rare tool has an estimated worth of more than... Read More »

How do I clean a vintage Barbie?

Mix a drop of liquid dish soap with warm water in a medium bowl. Wipe the vintage Barbie clean with a cotton ball and the soapy mixture. Use a cotton swab or soft toothbrush for stubborn spots, be... Read More »