Rooted in age-old tradition, our wide array of period restoration nails are cut much the same way they were 150 years ago. The result? Outstanding durability and holding power, designed to last a lifetime. Emulating hand-forged nails of the late 1700's, these solid-steel versions feature a three-sided head and black-oxide coating. Use for rough sawn siding, face-nailing flooring, paneling, countertops, or cabinet work. Once you've experienced the quality and performance of our vintage reproductions, they'll surely become your preferred choice for a variety of applications. Made in the USA.
Approximate nails per Lb: 132 for the 1 1/2" (4d) 68 nails for 2" (6d) 48 for the 2 1/2" (8d) 37 for the 3" (10d) Other lengths available and also rust-resistant Hot-Dip Galvanized nails, call for details.
Square or cut nails are very durable and have been used for over 200 years. They are hard to pull out because their shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails. Learn about hardware >