Greenfield Tool Co.
Clamps, Marking Gauges, Wood Planes, Other
Directory of American Toolmakers Information
While best known for its planes, this company, which succeeded the Conway Tool Co. with Alonzo Parker as its agent, manufactured a variety of marking, cutting and slitting gauges and clamps. Another instance of this company name listing occurs in Philadelphia, though this was likely just a sales office for the main branch. Both reported as working until 1883 making an "iron plane gauge," patented 26 July 1887 by Edward B. Shapardson. This product was still being sold in 1905.
GREENFIELD TOOL Co/GREENFIELD MASS (versions with both straight and curved lines)
This was an extremely prolific company, especially in plane production, and such tools can be found in wide circulation today.
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Greenfield Tool Co. (1854). Price List of Joiners' Bench Planes and Moulding Tools Manufactured by the Greenfield Tool Company. Fitzwilliam, NH. Ken Roberts Publishing Co.
Greenfield Tool Co. (1872). Illustrated Catalogue and Invoice Price List of Joiners' Bench Planes, Moulding Tools, Handles, Plane Irons, &c., Manufactured by the Greenfield Tool Company. Reprinted January 1978 by Ken Roberts Publishing Co. Fitzwilliam, NH. IS.