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Several iron (but also flint, copper and bronze) tools, mainly axes, chisels from the first centuries of our era, based on bog finds from northern Europe.

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I know who will be popular when society collapses. Those are fantastic.

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I spent a lot of years in 18th century living history and developed an eye for those things "done right".

 

A tool done right doesn't just imitate the look, but the feel and function as well.

 

I know you're doing a lot earlier work, but I've said before that you have an amazing gift of historic interpretation.

 

Keep up the excellent work.

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