Please read this guide to get a better understanding of what is required when writing articles and their objectives are for the benefit of other members to comment and discuss.
- Historical information regarding old tool makers.
- Topics about individual antique tools, maker, uses and any personal knowledge obtained.
- Questioning articles related to specific antique tools or makers.
- Researched links between makers, employees and work locations.
- Interesting aspects and research relating to makers making for others.
- Personal articles around why you started to collect antique tools, best finds, etc.
- Stories relating to tool makers or antique tool collecting.
- We adopt Strict anti-spam policy so please no advertising in the articles.
- On Page content information is required, as external links can change, so please do not add links.
- Images must be original and not copied from online sources.
- Each article should be educational or hold interesting observations.
Generally, many of those I’ve met within this industry are good people who are polite and helpful. We intend for this to continue and will moderate comments to keep the website in the good spirit we hold for others. Ridicule has no place within the website so please think carefully before leaving comments that could be deemed offensive.
‘Don’t do unto others that you would not have done to yourself’ Respecting others is a gracious virtue.
However, commenting on articles and debates is always good in the search for the truth and knowledge.