Surely you must have some tool that once belonged to dad, or granddad. Brings to mind what might have been a sketch by the the two Ronnies. This hammer was my dads. It's had three new handles, (handles not candles) and four new heads. I really treasure it. So laughs and chuckles over.....no please no grimmaces, spoils your looks!! I still have all my dad's tools both general and gardening tools. Dad passed away aged 72 in the early 1960's. One tool that was in constant use by him and myself was an entrenching tool. entrenching tool ww1 - Google Search: Even today, I still use it. Initially it was for use by WW1 soldiers to dig in, to collectively engage in digging trenches. In the garden, on the plot. We used it to earth up the spuds. Using the thinner part. It would give a good drill for seed sowing. When it came to clearing larger areas of weeds, brambles etc. It was the miracle tool. So friends. What have you got in Pandoras box?