|A U.S. federal resource of the Congress providing research material and updated database on virtually every topic from within the Library’s universal collection of books, recordings, photographs, maps, and manuscripts.
|High-resolution vintage photo archive with images to the 1940s. Free registration provides ability to upload and share photographs.
|A monthly magazine dedicated to older and antique tractors. Articles, classified ads, pictures, parts suppliers, and discussion forums. Includes a club for Ford 9N, 2N, &8N Tractors.
|Forum community covering new and antique farm tractors, garden tractors and accessories.
|The most extensive internet resource for research of Silver Marks, Hallmarks & Maker s Marks from around the world.
|A site for collectors and restorers of vintage and collectible radios. On-line forums, resources, and chat, supported by a dedicated and experienced membership.
|A personal collection of antique silver and objects of vertu, primarily Continental, with an image index of the corresponding marks.
|History, information and pictures of various models of vintage and antique tractors. An interactive information site and photo gallery.
|The-go-to-source for antiques and collectibles information since 1953. Antiques and collectibles price guide. Silver and pottery marks, directory for collectors with listings on appraisal services, collecting clubs and publications.
|Devoted to information on the history, restoration and use of vintage woodworking machinery developed through contributions by many enthusiasts of antique iron.
|All about antique engines: Meet friends, discuss engine shows, ask questions about collecting, restoring and showing antique engines and the equipment that they operated.
|Club to encourage and assist enthusiasts in their interest in the engineering achievements of the late Harry Ferguson.
|List of potters including photos, background and history from North Staffordshire, England.
|TEFAF Maastricht and pan Amsterdam, organised by The European Fine Art Foundation, are known for their high quality art and antiques.
|An International Club with over 1800 members to support restoration of antique Caterpillar machinery (circa 1925 – 1960) and to preserve Caterpillar history.