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The Clyde Railway Spike or Dog Spike was produced by the Clyde Nail Compnay in Glasgow, Scotland before it was aquire by Glasgow Steel Nail and then by Tremont Nail. We currently have a small quantity of these histric railway spike left. They can be used as they are design for or as an collectors piece. While supplies last. 115mm Long, appox. 4.5 inches.
The Clyde Railway Spike or Dog Spike was produced by the Clyde Nail Compnay in Glasgow, Scotland before it was aquire by Glasgow Steel Nail and then by Tremont Nail. We currently have a small quantity of these histric railway spike left. They can be used as they are design for or as an collectors piece. While supplies last. 90mm Long, appox. 3.5 inches.
Our clinch nails add an authentic touch to this well-known Chinese ring puzzle. Hand forged examples are often attributed to ship-smiths on whaling vessels. Also popular in Scandinavia, where it was used as a lock. Unlock your boredom with a unique piece of history.
A Print from an original pencil drawing of our nail machines.
In the late 1700's, the first machine to cut and head a nail in one operation was invented by Ezekiel Reed of Bridgewater, MA.
An authentic century-old nail machine, drawn in pencil and printed by our own artist Erik Michelson, captures the detail and charm of the machines still used in our Mansfield, MA factory. Available in print only (11" x 14")
Cape Cod On My Mind, a tribute to one of America's most popular playgrounds.
Through the eyes of some of the most talented photographers in the nation, see why countless visitors flee to Cape Cod, Nantucket, and MArtha's Vineyard to escape the burdens and routines of daily life.