When submitting a tool for online evaluation, appraisal we need:
1) Provenance: The item's history and where you obtained it from.
2) Measurements/dimensions in either inches or centimeters.
3) Digital photographs giving the front view and back view (if possible).
Furthermore, we would like to know, as best as you can:
4) What is it made of?, i.e. wood, steel etc
As with all on-line evaluations, appraisals, the more of the above informations that you provide, the more accurate our onlineevaluation, appraisal will be.
Note in general most farm/hand tools are worth less than a $100 market value, hence should not be appraised. Some tools are worth considering but rarely do they have a market value in excess of a couple hundred dollars and a replacement value of more than $300.