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There is significantly worthy content here, but much of it is wrapped up in non-NPOV. Also, contains much first-person perspective ("I have never seen the reasoning behind collecting...", "I'm sure the answer...", etc. AbsolutDan 22:14, 10 March 2006 (UTC) Guess the content was too good. Good catch, Luigizanasi AbsolutDan 22:39, 10 March 2006 (UTC)
- Google is your friend. :-) Although User:Tooltimer might be the owner of one of the web sites stuff was copied from. I left a note on his user page. Luigizanasi 22:48, 10 March 2006 (UTC)
- Agreeing about the value of the content and about its being too personal, I have done a preliminary edit. George K (26.5.06)
There is no copyright infringmeent here, as I am the original author of both the Antique Tools page in wikipedia and the sites where I have the original material. PLease restore the page. I'm not a Wiki expert and don't know all the places I have to go to to make this happen. -Unknown
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