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Nice quick job on that Michael. Say, what's that handy dandy tool in the second picture?
 
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Bill Anderson wrote:[W]hat's that handy dandy tool in the second picture?



It's a very old billhook. I found it in an antique tool shop in England. It does much of the things you would expect from a hatchet and a draw knife. Of course it is great for copicing and hedge laying.
 
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Submitted for consideration.

Seem like there are technical differences in sharing images from my personal Nextcloud server.
Photographs attached.

A split has developed in the handle since that last photograph was taken.
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Green Wood Club Mallet
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Heavy knife
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Green Ash
 
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