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12 inch Colladay Jointer - US $3,500.00 (Reading, Pennsylvania)
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Ad Title: 12 inch Colladay Jointer
Item Class: Woodworking Machinery
Item Type: Jointer
Size: Twelve inch
Manufactured By: Jos. O. Colladay & Bros.
Price: US $3,500.00
Seller Type: Private Seller
Seller Member ID: mxpursang
Item Location: Reading, Pennsylvania
Ad Posting Date: 9/11/2017 5:30:39 PM
Ad Expiration Date: 10/11/2017 5:30:39 PM
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Twelve inc Colladay Jointer in very good condition. I own this Jointer and a 12" Newman and looking to downsize a little so I'm willing to part withe the Colladay.
I searched for prices of similar pieces of equipment and it appears that $3,500 would be a fair price for this piece, of course any reasonable offer will be considered.
Buyer will be responsible for pick up and delivery of the item.


Joseph O. Colladay began manufacturing woodworking and iron-working machinery in 1867; he operated under his own name. At some point the name became Jos. O. Colladay & Bros. (There appears to have been a time during which both names were used.) By 1919 the name had changed to Jos. O. Colladay Co., Inc. In that year the business was purchased by Lawrence C. Power, who changed the name to Colladay Machine Works. Power had founded L. Power & Co., but had left the firm.

All of the Colladay patents we have found were granted to one William D. Herschel. Before working for Colladay, Herschel had worked for C. B. Rogers & Co. and First & Pryibil.
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An 1867 edition of McElroy's Philadelphia City Directory lists Joseph O. Colladay as a salesman at 135 N 3d, and residing at 805 N 11th.
An 1868 edition of Gopsill's Philadelphia City Directory lists Colladay as "wood and iron working machinery, 526 Cherry". The home address is the same as before.
The 1876 work, Draft-book of Centennial carriages, displayed in Philadelphia, at the International exhibition of 1876, mentions "Jos. O Colloday [sic] & Bro., Philadelphia", as an exhibitor of woodworking machinery at the Centennial Exhibition.
A 1919 article in The Wood-Worker says that the firm was founded in 1867.
An eBay listing for Colladay Machine Works Catalogue No. 24, estimated to be from early 1900s; the catalog says, "In business for half a century."
Planers, Matchers & Molders in America quotes the December 1897 issue of Southern Lumberman mentioning "Joseph O. Colloday" [sic] as a woodworking machinery manufacturer that was active in 1897.
A 24" planer is labeled, "Jos. O. Colladay & Bros."
An envelope postmarked January 1893 says, "Jos. O. Colladay".
An ad in 1920 The Wood-Worker says, "Colladay Machine Works / Successor to Jos. O. Colladay Co., Inc., Since 1867."
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