Early Perforator Pens
1876 Edison Autographic Printing complete kit: stencil pen
#4263 & stand, Grenet cell battery, mimeograph printer with case and
instructions, ink roller, ink tubes, acid bottle. Click HERE
to see more of the Edison Pen.
1905 Kustner windup perforator pen in original box from
Unknown early 1900's perforator converted to do tattoos.
Found with the entire tattoo travel case.
1820's foot powered dental drill, often modified to do
Vintage Tattoo Machines
^ 1930's era Wagner "Lefty" (previously owned by Harry
Liberty). Bernard Kobel photograph.
^ 1930's era Wagner "Lefty" (now in Fast Eddy's collection)
^ 2 complete original Wagner machines with stamped Wagner tubes. From
the Frank Kelly travel kit.
^ 1920's era brass Wagner.
^2 Wagner tributes by Coney Island Vinnie, cast from a 2nd generation
^ Original Waters card. Waters
supply catalog. 3 1930-1940's era Waters machines: model 7, stamped model 2, no
name model. Springs, needle bars, milk glass sundry jars. Waters
animal marker and power supply.
^ 1940's era Gerry Matthews liner
(mint unused condition) and original Matthews hand drawn flash sheet (a gift
from Mr. Dana Brunson). The shader is now in the collection of Mr. Jimmie Skuse,
^ Nick Picarro/Bill Jones card. 2
1940's era Jonsey Squareback machines (100% original). From the collection of
Mr. Larry Hanks.
^ 1950's era Burchett/Davis
machine. 1937 Churchman's tobacco card picturing George Burchett. From the
collection of Mr. Shotsie Gorman.
^ 6 1940's era Bill Moore (Chicago
Tattoo Supply House) machines and travel kit including inks, power supply,
footswitch and flash. Mint unused condition.
^ 1950's era Zeis machine
(previously owned by Al Shieffley). Various Zeis supply catalogs. From the
collection of Mr. Larry Hanks.1940's Zeis T-top machine (from the collection of
^ 1970's era Bob Shaw owned
Swingate machine. Business card.
^ 1940's era Jensen Special
"Animal Marker" and power supply.
Stoney St Clair
^ 1960's era Sailor
Jerry frame, built by Paul
Rogers for Stoney.
^ 1950's era
Paul Rogers frame, built by Al
Shieffley using Jonesy
guts. 7 various Shieffley cards. All from the collection of Mr. Larry Hanks.
^ Malone "Bulldog"
machine, cast from the original Sailor Jerry mold. Original Sailor Jerry card.
Des ConnollyDes Connolly
^ 1960's era. Des Connolly
(Australia) cast frames for Sailor Jerry Collins. This machine is from the
Shotsie Gorman collection.
Old Doc Webb
^ 1960's era Spaulding machine,
built and owned by Doc Webb. From the collection of Don Lucas.
^ 1950's era Jonsey, modified by Doc
Webb, and a hand signed letter from Bill Jones to Doc Webb (both from the Don
^ 2 1970's era Col Todd "Jim
Dandy" machines. From the collection of Snake Yates.
^ 1970's era Don Nolan machine and
card. From the collection of Mr. Dana Brunson.
110V electric machine. Model 401 battery operated machine (from the RJ Rosini
are donations to the museum by Mr. Bowery Stan.
^ 1970's era "Black
Beauty" machine. Jonesy machine, cast from original Bill Jones mold. Raw
cast Jonsey frame. Various machines from Stan's personal collection. Signed ballpeen
hammer. Various cards.
^ 2007 Malone
"Rollomatic" machine. Various cards. Acetate Jesus stencil. Flash
Various machines, flash, business cards,
shop schwag, and signed article..
^ Unused 1984 J-Frame
^ 1955 machine (better pics soon)
2 "Black & Steel" machines
Cindy Ray (by Tony Lynx)
^ 20th Century Cindy Ray E-Coil Machine
Mickey Bee (UK)
^ 1990's era Mickey Bee (England) donated by Baltzar
^ Tony Lynx display (England)
Ronnie Starr (UK)
3 Ronnie Starr
machines donated by Ronnie himself at
Tattoo Jam, England 2014.
^ (Precision) 1980's raw cast
^ 1960s era with a very unique pinch style tube clamp.
^ 1960s era. A contribution from Jeff Shea.
Tattoo Suppliers Displays
National Tattoo Supply
Spaulding & Rogers
Big Joe Kaplan & sons