Great idea for displaying antique tools - Love this!  Great idea as I continue to add to his collection!

Great idea for displaying antique tools - Love this! Great idea as I continue to add to his collection!

Engineer's Tool Box French fitted box with brass tabs and brass corner reinforcments

Engineer's Tool Box French fitted box with brass tabs and brass corner reinforcments

Studley Tool Chest. Henry O. Studley (1838-1925) was an organ and piano maker, carpenter, and mason.  He is best known for creating the so-called Studley Tool Chest, a wall hanging tool chest which cunningly holds some 300 tools in a space that takes up about 40 inches by 20 inches of wall space when closed.

Studley Tool Chest. Henry O. Studley (1838-1925) was an organ and piano maker, carpenter, and mason. He is best known for creating the so-called Studley Tool Chest, a wall hanging tool chest which cunningly holds some 300 tools in a space that takes up about 40 inches by 20 inches of wall space when closed.

Island Blacksmith: Hand forged reclaimed axes made from antique tools @Matthew Burdette this idea might be a good one for your next project

Island Blacksmith: Hand forged reclaimed axes made from antique tools @Matthew Burdette this idea might be a good one for your next project

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A LOT OF 3 MEASURING INSTRUMENTS, England and France, 18t/ 19th century by Koller Auctions

A LOT OF 3 MEASURING INSTRUMENTS, England and France, 18t/ 19th century by Koller Auctions

The Studley Tool Chest is the most famous example of 19th-Century tool storage currently known. But it's obviously not the only tool-holding masterpiece ever built; it's just dumb luck that the man who inherited it happened to loan it to the Smithsonian in the 1980s, enabling the world to learn

The Studley Tool Chest is the most famous example of 19th-Century tool storage currently known. But it's obviously not the only tool-holding masterpiece ever built; it's just dumb luck that the man who inherited it happened to loan it to the Smithsonian in the 1980s, enabling the world to learn

Victorian Cast Iron 2-Tier Thread Stand- Pins to hold 24 spools of thread, bottom tray to hold thimbles or needlework tools, top piece meant to be made into a pincushion.

Victorian Cast Iron 2-Tier Thread Stand- Pins to hold 24 spools of thread, bottom tray to hold thimbles or needlework tools, top piece meant to be made into a pincushion.

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