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Shoe shine brush
Caulking iron
This text on the caulking iron can only be consulted in Dutch. [MOT]
Hammer drill (mechanical)
Endive lifting fork
The endive or chicory (Chicorium intybus L. var. Foliosum) can be harvested with the help of a spade, a fork or a plow (1), but also with a special tool, the endive  fork. It has two short (approx. 25 cm) tines that are bent apart in the middle - the distance between the tines is approx. 2 cm - and which are attached to a short, wooden T (2) or D handle ( approx. 30 cm). The endive lifting fork is put into the ground behind the plant. By pushing the stem of the fork backwards, the root of the plant can easily be pulled out of the ground. See also the beet lifting fork, endive harvesting fork. [MOT] (1) SIMON: 13. (2) Sometimes the stem does not protrude in the middle of the handle (see MOT V 2012.0554).
Masonry drill
Stone-dressing axe
Axe-shaped tool with one, usually two axe-shaped, straight cutting edges that are in the same plane as the handle (approx. 40-60 cm), for working natural stone. The cutting edge has an angle between 10 ° - for working soft stone types - and 40 ° for hard stone types. The stonemason uses this dressing axe mainly to remove the excess material from soft stones. It is also used to flatten natural stone after it has been roughly worked with the stone-dressing pick or the pointed chisel, as well as in finishing to give the stone a ribbed appearance (see also charring chisel). [MOT]
Fruit picker
The fruit picker is a hand tool to pick the last fruit from a tall tree. For more technical information, see the dutch version of this tool file. [MOT]
Flatting hammer
Bung drawer
Frame grip