I have several people who are interested in trying to identify the tool and they wonder if you have any other photos you can let us have? A side view would be particularly helpful. Either post them here or send them to email@example.com and I will pick them up.
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The County View for South Wales, published in 1814, contains an odd description of a hay rake used in Monmouthshire: "The tines are double the length of those of common rakes, being driven through the head, so as to be of equal length on both sides. The head makes a bevel angle with the handle, and ...