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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Marshalltown Company's 125th Anniversary in 2015

I received this in comments:

Marshalltown Company is celebrating its 125th Anniversary this year and we're looking for antique Marshalltown tools. If you have anything you're willing to part with or know someone who does, please email Marketing@Marshalltown.com


The oldest Marshalltown trowel I own 
Marshalltown has made limited edition trowels celebrating their anniversary, seen here on YouTube.  

Marshalltown 1910 advertisement
The MARSHALLTOWN 125th Anniversary Limited Special Edition Box Set includes:
1 Laser Engraved Trowel of your choice (Finishing, London Style, Philadelphia Style, or Archaeology)
1 T-Shirt & 1 Polo
2 Historical MARSHALLTOWN photos
1 Limited Edition Display Box

Each set is $115 and is available for a limited time.


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