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  1. We bought a building which used to be a leather working shop. The hardware, equipment, hides, everything was part of the deal .....soooooooooo, we are selling it! There are literally thousands upon thousands of pieces. Here is a link to the first 150 photos put up. We will have an actual itemized list in the next couple of days. https://photos.app.goo.gl/6AQnKmtRNPHeQ2V89 Here is the listing in .pdf format.... thanks for looking. Leatherworker Hardware list.pdf
  2. Over 120+ packages of hardware (approx 7600 pieces) all from Tandy. Rings, snaps, rivets, buckles eyelets, etc. Easily over $1400 in value if bought from tandy (not including their outrageous shipping costs). Buy it all for $800 or pick and choose your pieces. Buyer to pay actual shipping costs from 08023 See the list below. I have a ton more pictures but have limited space here. Let me know if you want to see more. Description Number of Pieces in pkg Number of pkgs Tandy Price My Sale Price Sterling Silver Ladies buckle Set from Wyatt Silver 3 1 Make offer Sterling silver Mens buckle from Wyatt Silver 1 1 Make offer Oval Brass Purse Closures 3 1 $11.97 $10.00 Brass ring purse closures 3 1 $11.97 $10.00 Antique Brass fold over purse closures 3 1 $11.97 $10.00 Magnetic brass bag closures 3 1 $7.17 $5.00 Large bag of mixed buckles (5/8"-1 1/4") 102 1 $102.00 $75.00 2" silver roller buckles 24 1 $48.00 $35.00 Brass belt buckles 9 1 $18.00 $12.00 silver and brass 1 3/4" buckles 8 1 $12.00 2 1/2" silver rings 15 1 $12.00 $8.00 Silver/Brass 1 3/8" steel rings 50 1 $24.50 $17.00 mixed split rings 62 1 $12.00 $5.00 3" silver/brass steel rings 17 1 $51.00 $40.00 1 1/4" - 1 1/2" D rings silver/brass 90 1 $112.50 $75.00 2 1/4" silver D-rings 9 1 $36.00 $30.00 1/2" - 1" silver/brass D-rings 268 1 $372.52 $100.00 3/4" - 2 7/8" buckles silver/brass 72 1 $72.00 $50.00 mixed bag of Tandy hardware 60 1 $35.00 mixed metal belt keepers 124 1 $110.36 $75.00 Tandy Line 24 snaps and tools 1 1 $10.00 $5.00 Tandy 3/16" Eyelets and tools 1 3 $7.00 $4.00 Large bag of mixed spots 1 1 $10.00 1 3/4" antique brass belt buckle 1 1 $5.00 Large bag of 7/16" tubular rivets 200 1 $12.00 $7.00 Tandy Line 24 Solid Brass snaps 100 3 $64.95 $40.00 Huge bag of large silver spots 200+ 1 $10.00 Huge bag of medium silver spots 200+ 1 $9.00 Tandy Large Flower Double Cap Rivets 100 1 $7.00 $4.00 Large bag of small silver spots 100+ 2 $5.00 Tandy Antique brass Line 24 snaps 100 1 $29.99 $18.00 Tandy 3/16" eyelets 100 1 $2.59 $1.50 Tandy small gun metal double cap rivets 100 1 $3.99 $2.00 Tandy 10mm (large) Domed Rivets 100 1 $6.50 $5.00 Tandy small copper rivet setter 1 1 $10.00 $5.00 Tandy Super Jumbo Perma Lok needle 1 2 $3.49 $2.00 Tandy Double Cap Rivet Setting tool 1 4 $2.50 $1.00 Small bag of mixed large eyelets 50+ 1 $2.00 Mixed 1 1/4" steel rings 35 1 $20.00 $15.00 Tandy small nickle double cap rivets 100 5 $3.99 $2.00 Tandy Large Domed rivets 100 4 $6.50 $5.00 Large bag of miscellanious buckles/slides 93 1 $25.00 Tandy Medium double cap rivets solid brass 100 2 $14.99 $10.00 Tandy line 20 black snaps 100 3 $29.99 $18.00 Tandy Concho snap adapters 10 1 $3.99 $2.00 small gun metal hex shaped eyelets 100 1 $3.00 Tandy Large double cap rivets (solid brass) 100 4 $14.99 $10.00 Tandy Large Nickle double cap rivets 100 2 $5.49 $3.50 Tandy Medium Rapid rivets brass 100 1 $3.89 $1.50 large Black Rivets 100 2 $7.99 $5.00 Tandy line 24 black snaps 100 6 $38.99 $25.00 Blank belt buckles 11 1 $18.59 $10.00 Tandy rivets and tools 1 2 $10.00 $5.00 Craftool segma snap setting tools 1 2 $10.99 $7.00 Tandy Line 20 Snap Setting tool 1 2 $2.49 $1.50 Tandy small domed rivet setting tool 1 3 $6.99 $5.00 Tandy 1/4" eyelet setting tool 1 1 $5.99 $3.50 Tandy 1/8" perma lok needle 1 6 $2.49 $1.50 Tandy Jumbo Perma Lok Needle 1 5 $2.99 $1.50 Tandy Line 20 snaps brass 100 1 $27.99 $18.00 Tandy Embossing Wheel (Celtic knot) 1 1 $8.99 $6.00 Tandy Line 24 silver snaps 100 1 $29.99 $18.00 Tandy small flower double cap rivets 100 1 $3.99 $3.00 Tandy Medium nickle double cap rivets 100 2 $4.99 $3.00 Large star double cap rivets brass 100 1 $7.00 $4.00 Tandy small antique brass rivets 100 2 $3.99 $2.50 Tandy small star double cap rivets 100 1 $5.00 $3.00 Tandy small brass plate double cap rivets 100 3 $3.99 $2.50 Tandy small double cap rivets solid brass 100 2 $12.99 $8.00 1/4" brass eyelets 50 1 $3.99 $2.00 1/4" nickle eyelets 50 1 $3.99 $2.00 Tandy Small rivets solid brass 100 2 $12.99 $8.00 Tandy large double cap rivets (nickle) 100 1 $5.49 $3.00 Tandy small black double cap rivets 100 1 $6.49 $4.00 $1,527.18 $986.50
  3. Do you want to increase productivity and profits with a great snap machine that is easy to use, and built by a reputable company still in business? One pair (one female, one male) of fully automatic, electric powered, 20 line, snap setting machines for sale. These are older model machines manufactured by the Ho Hung Ming company in Taiwan (https://www.hohm.com). They have a US location at: Ho Hung Ming USA Enterprise, 13525 Alma Ave, Gardena, CA 90249, Phone: (310) 327-4847. I have inquired about these machines from Ho Hung Ming, and they say the machines are older, and parts are no longer inventoried. They do not have owners manuals and no record of the serial numbers. One of the advantages of these older machines is that they are simple mechanical machines built to last. Like an old car, they are easier to repair than newer ones. In 22 years, I have never needed to repair these machines. They still run like a beast. This forum only allows me to load one image, due to file size, but I have lot's of images, that I can email you. I also have some videos of me using the machines that I can send. I purchased the machines from Melanie Machine Company in Vernon CA 22 years ago. The machines have hoppers that hold about 500 snaps. I have used both machines a lot, and they have worked great for me with very minor problems. Occasionally, a mal-formed snap would get stuck in the raceway or throat. These parts are easy to detach and clean out with a tube brush. When a snap gets clogged in the throat, it has always been cleared free with a long nose screw driver. Maintenance is easy, with colored holes to indicate where to add oil. Both machines have locator lights, and come with a simple adjustable guide/gauge. I have cleaned the machines and had them serviced by a sheet metal company who smoothed out all dents and dings. They made and installed a new cover for the male snap machine. It is not painted. The machines are in great mechanical working condition, rust free, with some paint chipping away in small spots. The new owner is responsible for painting the machines. A simple centering gauge is included. The new owner is also responsible for transportation including cost to transport. I do not know how much the machines weigh, but they are very heavy and I am guessing 300 pounds each. I am asking $4,000 (plus 8.5% CA sales tax) for the machines in as is condition, and will consider all offers. The machines are in my storage unit in the mission district in San Francisco. I can show them to you and you are welcome to try them out. Again, these are for 20 line rings snaps, NOT 24 line.
  4. I have 16 sets of (100) qty line 20 buttons and sockets. $12 each or $160 for all (plus shipping).
  5. I'm looking for a supplier of spring steel shims to be used as reinforcements on thumb break holsters. I scavenged this one off of an older holster. 1" on center x 1/2" width would be good. (I hope the photo's big enough, Sheesh!
  6. Devo

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    Hope you can help me. I bought this jacket a goodwill for my grandson. It is in great shape and he wants a hood on it. It used to have one as the snaps are in place for it I’ve looked and looked for snaps to fit these with no luck. I fear regular snaps won’t fit as these look bigger. The diameter is almost 1/4”, about 6/10th of a centimeter. Tried to post pics but they are too big. Any help much appreciated.
  7. Well, I finally made the plunge yesterday. Tandy had a sale on the Pro Hand Setter, and with my discount, it was significantly reduced. I already had a lot of the sets for it, as I'd been planning on using my Harbor Freight press, but couldn't find a way to keep the sets aligned well and using the 2D/3D stamps and alphabet stamps was a bit wonky. This setter has a table with rear guide rails that are adjustable and will really improve accuracy. I can also put hole punches and stitching chisels in it. I tried it out with many of the sets last night, and was impressed. No more clinching over rivets! I still need to get the Segma snap sets and wide rivet set. Line 20 and 24 I have. The only issue I see is they don't provide a way to lock the angle of the alphabet and 3D stamps to keep them aligned with the piece. The Tandy video on using the setter with alphabet stamps shows the guy mis-aligning the first letter very noticeably. I'll have to get into my engineer mode, (yes, be VERY afraid), and see if I can come up with something. Jeff
  8. I try to skive my leather so that it is the best thickness for the application. But, when I try to select a snap, or rivet length, they are always too short, or too long. I know that brass and copper rivets with the burr, I can cut it properly. But it seems that all the "factory" length ones are just wrong, as opposed to just right. Is there a source of "in between" sizes? Jeff
  9. Hello all, Forgive me if this has been covered. I am sure it has been at some point. I am having some brass stamps made so I can do some hot stamping. I currently stamp my makers mark and some requested stamping patterns with a shop press. I am wanting to use an arbor press for accuracy in layout. I plan on buying something inexpensive and having a machine shop bore out the arbor for an insert. My question is does anyone known the thread size and pitch of the most commonly available dies for setting snaps/rivets etc. The insert I have made will be threaded as appropriate and I also want to advise my brass stamp maker on what size rod to make fit the brass stamps. If I am thinking right, the rod that the brass stamps thread onto could be the same size as the insert that will go into the bored hold and fasten with a set screw. The same bored hole will accept the insert that is tapped for the snap setting dies. Clear as mud? Any help you might offer is greatly appreciated as well as a source for good quality snap setter dies. I know Tandy sells them but non sure if they are worth buying or if there is a better option. Thanks in advance, Scott
  10. The following Webbing and Brass line 24 Snaps are for sale. Quantity and pricing are posted on the pictures. Please Note: you need to send a PM MESSAGE, leatherworker.net notifies us via email as we do NOT check the postings daily. 3" Wide natural Cotton Webbing, .125" thick Brass Line 24 Snaps Let us know what quantity you are wanting so we can let you know the cost with shipping. Thanks for looking
  11. If you need thumb break snap protectors for your line 24 snaps check out. www.highdesertleather.com on the DIY page
  12. hello again. I have a problem setting snaps. It seems they just don't want to set properly for me. I thought I would outsmart them and get some snaps from FastSnap Corp. being a "military grade" snap, but nooooooooo, same problem. Is it really a post problem? I mean, I really have to line up the leather and put a leather washer on the post so that the leather is even with the post once you push it through before you whack it? I like to use line 24 and have a setter from Gold Star. Any help appreciated.
  13. I found a large lot of the Ligne/line 20 Segma birdcage snaps. The caps are approx. 1/2" in diameter. Line/ligne 16 snaps are approx. 3/8" I put a few pics of the size. They fit the older Case & Western knife sheath retaining straps I will have some for sale once I get it together. Not sure how to list them for sale on this sight but I probably will list them on ebay in the next week or so.. I am new to this site so if anyone knows how people can get ahold of me on this sight, please let me know. Thanks, Tom,
  14. I bought out a leather maker in an online auction last year. I've got millions of rivets, clasps, buckles etc etc etc I'd like to sell as one unit. Ive got $300 in it all and it's worth thousands I'm sure. I'm in northern ky and you could pick up in a full size truck. If interested contact me 513-378-7107. I'll never use all of this and I honestly don't have time to part it out and sell it individually. I'll can email pics if interested. Site won't let me upload . Thx.
  15. I know this has been asked before, but are there any lower profile snaps available? I'm using line 24 snaps. I know the line 20 snaps are smaller, but the post isn't long enough to go through 8/9 leather. I also sew a small piece of 2/3 oz over the inside of the snap to protect the guns finish, and that adds even more to the thickness. I saw on another forum that someone suggested using Velcro. Industrial strength Velcro would likely hold better than a snap, but I'm not sure how I feel about that. Gary
  16. I have a like new Weaver Leather Heritage Foot Press and a full set of dies and adapters for holes, rivets, spots, diamond spots, crystals, and snaps. I paid $1650 in 2015 for all. I never used it! I will take $1100 OBO. You pick-up in Kentucky or pay freight. ************* Also for sale, I have $600 dollars worth of high quality embellishments... buckles, spots, tubular rivets, snaps, hole punch, crystals, and more. BEST DEAL - Take it all (press and embellishments) for $1500 plus shipping or come to Kentucky to get it. All this would be at least $2250 at wholesale prices. SAVE $750 TODAY! Message me and I will email you a link to a complete list and photos.
  17. I am a huge fan of buckle guy, but I am looking for some more suppliers that offer similar quality/style without minimums. I am specifically looking for some sleek/minimal looking solid brass center bar buckles. It would also need to be a situation where I could continue to buy stock in the future, so I don't think anything on eBay or amazon would be a good choice (unless you know more than I do). Ive checked out buckleguy, OTB, leatherguy, leathersmith, weaver, zack white, tandy, springfield, brettuns... Maybe overseas? I don't know. Thanks! Zayne
  18. I've been working on an experimental piece, one for my own use, and I decided to use line 16 snaps (which are apparently also known as segma snaps I guess? or maybe segma snaps are a kind of line 16 snap?). I had never used them before. Anyway, the caps set beautifully. But when I went to set the studs ... the setter keeps holding onto the stud. I don't mean just a little. We're talking really stuck. Does that mean I haven't fully set them yet? Do I have to keep pounding? It's worth noting that once I finally pulled the setter off (which, when I do it, makes me worry I'm going to pull the stud off completely, rendering the whole exercise moot) the snap system works perfectly. So, basically, I feel like I'm getting to the right destination, just not taking the right road to get there.
  19. I'm looking to replace missing male snap parts for an old leather Harley jacket... the cap has the Harley logo, i need the other half... anyone know where to get these. they measure either 8mm or 5/16" diameter...
  20. This is NOT a "leather" question, but knowing many of you are also involved with other heavy materials and fabrication, I thought I'd ask ... I'm sewing a canvas awning that utilizes snaps to attach to a steel framed roof rack on our expedition van. Problem = I've tried several varieties of self-tapping "screwstuds" and none seem to do the trick! The screwstud will start to bite into the steel but then it seizes and the head either strips or completely spins off. Here's a link to screwstuds I'm using ... http://fasteners.fasnap.com/viewitems/screwstuds/self-drilling-screwstuds Notes: I've used various types of self tapping screws in the past without this issue (i.e., sheet metal roofing screws). Side by side these look identical to these screwstuds, other than they don't have a snap top. Just to rule out the strength of the steel frame, I tried some of my regular self tapping screws on the same metal and had no issue. Also tried predrilling smaller diameter holes into the steel frame and then use the self-tapping screwstuds, still no luck. They bite and then strip or break. I tried a slightly larger drill bit size and the hole ends up too big to provide any grab for the screwstud threads. I even tried "drilling" a hole with the standard self tapping screws that I have, backing out the standard and then screwing in the screwstud. Same issue, either the hole is too large and no bite, or too small and the screwstud seizes. Also each of the above with lubrication (heavy cutting oil), no change. I am using a basic cordless impact driver to set the screws, just like I always have. This really has me stumped! Pictures attached of the screwstuds I'm trying and my roof rack that I'm trying to attach them to. Any thoughts, suggestions, tricks would be appreciated!!
  21. I've recently run into a delima regarding folded leather straps that I created where I intend to layer one folded strap on top of a wider folded strap. The issue that I am having is that my grommets and snaps are deep enough to set properly as the neck and posts don't clear the layers. I'd need grommets and snaps that are about 3/8 in depth/length. In this case, I am not looking for suggestions on shaving or altering the piece; I'm specifically looking for hardare that can can handle the depth of the project. Any vendor suggestions would be great! Thank you in advance!
  22. I bought at auction a lot of leather supplies when Whitman Leather Co of Cintinnati Oh retired and closed its doors. I had no idea how much I had actually won in the auction as it was online only and pictured rolls of leather. I am interested in selling a lot of this stock but am a little overwhelmed with the amount of everything. They made premium saddles, as well as other horse/tack products and many many different types of gear belts and accessories for the Ohio police and fire departments. If you're interested in seeing pics of what I have or if you'd be interested setting a time to come see message me and I'll try to answer any questions.
  23. Hello, everyone! I'm looking to do an equipment upgrade in the near future and I need a little guidance from those who have already taken this path... I currently set snaps, rivets, etc by hand (& hammer). Same thing with the Delrin makers mark that I've had since I started this little journey...I plan to upgrade to a metal one as part of this retooling. What do you suggest for a press-type machine that would handle those duties as an upgrade? Modified arbor press? I know the GoldStar press works with snaps and rivets...does anyone have experience using it with their makers mark? As always, the input and suggestions from this community is appreciated and helpful! Thanks in advance! Chris
  24. Hello; We just purchased a building which used to be the home of a leather working company. They produced everything from halters (horses & cows) to dog leashes. We purchased the building and contents because the family did not want to spend the time to sort all of this out. We are now in the position of trying to find homes for everything. There are over 900 halters, there is all sorts of equipment and tons (literally tons) of hardware in this building. He bought his hardware by the pallet and most is North & Judd. There is a 55 gallon container of a tanning compound he had custom made for his business and a dipping tank, I can not even tell you everything that is here because not being in the business I would do it a dis-service, so I have attached some links to pages of pictures we have so far. If anyone is interested in, please let us know and let's see if we can work it out. There is also a cart of 1/8" Leather shoulders here which we have sold a few and were told they were excellent by the fella who purchased them. He made gun holsters out of Texas. Here are the links: https://app.box.com/s/wl7mlcqjr9wsvnsp9lxavw1rocncl5df https://app.box.com/s/2fpit4r5yrx4xzn5qmnv https://app.box.com/s/cevypyk34jn8gewm1t8c https://app.box.com/s/iw1ya8rpyr68kgyzh1qv Let me know if you have any question and I will do my best to answer them or take additional photos if needed. Thank you.
  25. $90 Sold as a lot, US shipping included. Great deal, the punches alone retail at $40/ea. Everything works properly, I've just upgraded some things and no longer use these tools. Great for someone getting into leather crafting. PM if interested. CS Osborne slot punches: 3/4" & 5/8" CS Osborne round strap end punch: 1" CS Osborne knife (needs sharpening) Tandy mini & maxi hole punch sets (complete) Tandy edge beveler size 2 Splash tool for tubular rivets Misc line 20 snaps, nickel Misc segma snaps, nickel Misc grommets & eyelets, nickel
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