Vintage American Woodworking Machinery

'61 Rockwell Delta Unisaw with RI bullet motor and art deco tags and switchplate


late 50's or early 60's Boice Crane 8" direct-drive jointer with 84" long bed


late 40's or early 50's Craftsman Parks 12" Planer


DeWalt 925 9" radial arm saw


1935 Gorton 3Z pantograph engraver and universal die-cutting machine


1910's - 1920's Royersford Excelsior 21" drill press


Yates American J-170 wood lathe


Late 30's Walker-Turner BN550 10" band saw


50's Craftsman 18" scroll saw on Delta stand


40's Craftsman belt & disc sander on early 1900's Elliott-Fisher bookkeeping machine stand


1890's HG Barr Heavy Sensitive Drill formerly owned by Niles-Bement-Pond.


Craftsman Shaper


JH Blaisdell Upright Moulding Machine circa 1875.  Patented in 1875, this machine appears to be serial #5.

These machines were exhibited in Machinery Hall at the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia.

1960 Craftsman 150 drill press


1926 Oliver 192 18" bandsaw


1938 JFS Jr. Vari-Speed Control on the Oliver bandsaw


1949 Delta Crescent 12/14 Table Saw Craftsman Atlas 12" x 54" Metal Lathe
1962 Delta L-40-C 14" 3HP Radial Arm Saw 1954 Bridgeport Milling Machine
1928 Hutchinson "HandyHutch"

Combination 10" table saw and 4" jointer

1880 Massey's No. 17 Patent Vise


Oliver Bench Vise


Stanley Defiance 1210 Vise, patented 1934 G. M. Yost patternmaker's vise, patented 1908
Emmert Patternmaker's Vise Parker No. 31 farm and home duty vise