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Antique & Collectable Hand Tool Market

The next Antique & Collectable Hand Tool Market will be held on Sunday 12th December 2021 9am to 2:30pm.

National Steam Centre
1200 Ferntree Gully Rd Scoresby.

Sellers are HTPAA members only and members of the public are welcome.
Entry is $5 per person.

COVID-19 rules as applicable at the time will apply.



Directory of Australian Tool Makers

This online database is based on the database compiled by HTPAA member Rod Thomas and published in 2001 as a printed directory by Rod (Directory of Australian Tool Manufacturers & Makers ©2006 Rod Thomas, ISBN 0 9579110 1 7).

As well as Rod Thomas, HTPAA thanks all those who have supplied additional information to add to the database and welcomes additional contributions of historical information.

If you can add any further information on Australian manufacturers or branded suppliers to either extend or correct existing entries, add new entries or contribute images of makers' marks, please make contact with us via the Australian Maker's Database Update form.

(Note: spaces and full stops make a difference to search - if not found try variations or search by first letter below.)

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Order by:  Mark Maker State Date Added
Mark Maker Products Image
BRONZEWING Turner Industries Ltd Hacksaw blades thumb
BROOKEADES Brook Eades Pty Ltd corner plumbing device - metal angle section with horizontal flat bubble thumb
BROOKES W.A.Lyndon Warranted Soxxxx Mortice Axe thumb
BROOKES & NOBLE Brookes & Noble Poss. merchant Granny's Tooth - open mouth - wood, moulding plane thumb
BROOKVALE Roe ? Black nylon rules thumb
BROOSE H.D.Broose & Co Hand Crank Bench Grinder thumb
BROWN Sunshine Technical Works Builder's Plumb Bob Stand thumb
Brown & Son Brown & Son Entrenching mattock dated 1917, Melbourne thumb
Brown & Son Brown & Son Entrenching mattock dated 1917, Melbourne thumb
Brown & Son Melbourne Brown & Son Entrenching mattock, dated 1917 thumb
BROWNE Browne Tool Co Black plastic - Stanley type knife thumb
BRUSH & DRUMMOND Brush & Drummond - or for B&D by ? Parallel Rule thumb
BULGIN LP gas torch and Equipment thumb
BULLDOG Kelly & Lewis ( Bulldog Tractor ) spanners and wreches thumb
BUNCLE John Buncle & Son Ltd G clamps, o/e spanners thumb
BUNN Alan Bunn Copies Stanley No 1 and No 74, etc, small numbers thumb
BURNS Knives - marking, joiners thumb
BUSM British United Shoe Machinery Leather Scive (Small machine) spanners - also marked WRH L thumb
BYSOUTH W.Bysouth Patented detatchable handle shovel, pick etc (4) thumb
C & G Crisp & Dunn Co-Op. Ltd. Saw Millers, Timber Merchants, Brick Manufacturers thumb
C & M Cusack & Moore Trysquare, mitresquare, sliding bevel, carpenters square, bench screw thumb
C & R ELECRICAL PRODUCTS C & R Electrical Products Electric soldering irons thumb
C. I. G Commonwealth Industrial Gases Spanners & gas bottle keys thumb
C.C. Tools Colen Clenton Tools Marking gauges, adjustable squares etc etc thumb
C.S. Trowels Slarke Bros Brickies trowel thumb

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This database has been developed by the HTPAA as a useful reference for collectors, interested tool owners and researchers seeking more information about historic Australian tool manufactuers and suppliers and their products.

This online version has been added to progressively by HTPAA members, members of similar interest groups and from members of the public with special interest in tools. and now holds many more entries. Information has been gleaned from various publications such as: catalogues, brochures, newspapers, magazines, from advertising material and packaging and the Internet. In particular, much information has been acquired from the Intellectual Property Office namely: patents, trademarks, registered designs, principles, addresses and dates.

As well as Rod Thomas, HTPAA thanks all those who have supplied additional information to add to the database and welcomes additional contributions of historical information.

Please note the HTPAA is not connected to any trade groups or organizations, so information about current manufacturers and suppliers should be sourced by the enquirer from trade journals, phone books, libraries or online. The HTPAA does not have a retail business so offers of tools from makers are pointless, as are requests to source tools or components. The HTPAA does maintain a collection of historic tools and welcomes donations of such.