In this marvelous book, Salaman describes and illustrates every tool used in the leather-working trades in Great Britain from about until the present time. A reprint of Salaman’s classic reference, out of print for ten years, describing and illustrating in black and white virtually every tool used in the leatherworking. Dictionary of Leather-Working Tools, C. And the Tools of Allied Trades by R. A. Salaman Paperback: pages Publisher: Astragal.

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The Dictionary Leatherworking Tools – Noble Footwear

Dropbox Link to the Book. Wanted to share this with the community.

I’ll update the link in a few days with a version that OCR and chapter links but for now the full version is available on the link just without OCR ran on it. There’s a ton of good information in this book and I think it would be valuable for a lot of people leatherworoing what some of the tools they’ve seen on eBay are supposed to be for.


Dictionary of Leather-Working Tools c. and the Tools of Allied Trades

Rictionary it’s helpful for you all. I have updated the file in the link to be searchable, with a significantly smaller file size that should help with some of the download issues a few were having. What am I doing wrong? It won’t let me look at it and I don’t seem to be able to download it. You sir are a treasure trove of information and a real asset to the Leatherworking community.

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The Dictionary Leatherworking Tools

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