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These old blacksmith's tools, or more
correctly the blacksmith's old tools, came
with a forge that was transported to the
Museum of East Anglian Life lock, stock
and barrel. The forge is now used to
demonstrate the smithy's art during
special exhibition days at the Museum.
These now unused tools will eventually be
identified, catalogued, photographed and
numbered individually for the Museum's
collection, and then probably stuffed in a
drawer that nobody will open for 50
years.
These old blacksmith's tools, or more correctly the blacksmith's old tools, came with a
forge that was transported to the Museum of East Anglian Life lock, stock and barrel. The
forge is now used to demonstrate the smithy's art during special exhibition days at the
Museum. These now unused tools will eventually be identified, catalogued,
photographed and numbered individually for the Museum's collection, and then
probably stuffed in a drawer that nobody will open for 50 years.
These old blacksmith's tools, or more
correctly the blacksmith's old tools, came
with a forge that was transported to the
Museum of East Anglian Life lock, stock
and barrel. The forge is now used to
demonstrate the smithy's art during
special exhibition days at the Museum.
These now unused tools will eventually be
identified, catalogued, photographed and
numbered individually for the Museum's
collection, and then probably stuffed in a
drawer that nobody will open for 50
years.

Old forge tools


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These old blacksmith's tools, or more correctly the blacksmith's old tools, came with a forge that was transported to the Museum of East Anglian Life lock, stock and barrel. The forge is now used to demonstrate the smithy's art during special exhibition days at the Museum.  These now unused tools will eventually be identified, catalogued, photographed and numbered individually for the Museum's collection, and then probably stuffed in a drawer that nobody will open for 50 years.
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