Some Restorations using our screws

9th May 2023

Sydney Observatory Domed Roof

Last year we provided some extra large brass wood screws for restoration work on the domed roof of the Sydney Observatory. Working closely with Tim Morris the Senior Conservator at The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences in Sydney we were able to supply a substantial quantity of extra large brass wood screws that were unavailable anywhere else.
10th August 2022

Petersfield Police Station

We are extremely lucky in the UK to have some of the best historic buldings to be found anywhere. We take pride in our heritage. Keeping these buildings and other objects in prime condition demands the expertise and skill of our best restorers and conservators. Mike Holloway from deepest Devon was the person responsible for the restoration of the internal […]
29th July 2022

Bampton Vintage Caravan

I had been looking for a vintage caravan to renovate as a project for several years. All the ones I had been to see though did not have many of the original features left, and had been “improved” over the years. During lockdown in September 2020 I came across an advert on eBay for a 1951 Bampton caravan, in more […]
9th November 2021

1975 replica of a Dalek

There is no telling where the next order for The Vintage Screw Company will come from as you can see from the photos we send screws to Skaro – not really, we sent them to Nick in The Midlands who’s been busy for the past year creating this arch enemy of Doctor Who. Sci-Fi writer Terry Nation created The Daleks […]
15th September 2021

1937 Morris 8 Series 1

CH in the West country finished this a couple of years ago after using our screws on this beauty. He is working on another vehicle, currently under wraps and has returned for more screws and coach bolts for his latest project. It will be interesting to see what it is. Brief history 1937 Morris 8  Series 1, 2 seater car. […]
12th September 2019

1933 Sentinel S4 Steam Waggon (affectionately known as The Lion)

Derek Gransden – Kent, UK A classic barn find – a 1933 Sentinel S4 shaft driven (as opposed to chain) and a 4 wheeler. Derek rescued ‘The Lion’ from a slow, lingering demise after the Waggon had served loyally for 350 000 miles. Firstly, to the Devon Trading Co a builders merchant in Bideford after loyal service in WWII it […]