Vintage tools are quite popular collector’s items, both for display and for their usage. All hammers measure about 11″ in length.
1-Split Head Tack Hammer #1 by Dunlap wood base with red head. Both head and handle securely attached. Small slit on the head for tack removing. From 1940’s.
2-Tack Hammer #2 has a brown head and wood handle. The head is slightly movable and not tightly secure to the handle but still can be used. Or arrange with your other vintage tools for display. Wider slit on head for removal of bigger tacks.
3-Mechanic Hammer has a round head on one side and a long pein tip on the other. Used to help get dents out of cars panels. It is tan wood with a painted red base. Slightly worn with the head and just a tad loose when pulled away from the handle.
4-Hammer with square head. (Looks closest to a Blocking Hammer) but without the cylindrical head on the other. The handle is a traditional straight wood handle. For metalwork. Brown wood handle. Securely fastened.
1-Red Tack Hammer(12.95), 2-Split Head Tack Hammer(8.95), 3-Mechanic Hammer(20.00), 4-Blocking Hammer(15.95)