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Given recent questions and worries about trowels, you will be glad to know that BAJR (via the sister site Past Horizons) has now made a bold step and can confirm that over a thousand trowels will be available from early August.

We will make a full announcement in the very near future, but hope to provide everyone who needs them with the new archaeology WHS wooden handled 4" trowel. I am currently working on a robust order system where orders and a date of delivery will be confirmed prior to any payments being made.

My wife Maggie is taking full control of this business, and we hope that in time we will provide what you need, when you need it and a price that will make you smile. We are already looking out for competitavely priced and hard to find deals to pass on to you.. from permatrace to small orders of 300 gauge ziplock bags and from scale rules to knee pads. We will put in the work to bring you the equipment you want and ask for... (a forum will be available for feedback and suggestions).

Thats the future though.. until then, rest assured that a large stock of WHS trowels will be available from early August. This is going to be hard work, but it feels like a sensible service to offer.

If you wish to pre-order - please wait for the full details - Watch this space! But don't worry ... we have bought enough for all.

Price for an individual trowel = £14 plus p&p
there will be a discount for larger orders.



"No job worth doing was ever done on time or under budget.."
Khufu
Great idea David, wish I'd have thought of that... :face-huh:Big Grin

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If a job is worth doing, then its worth doing it tomorrow!

Homer (Simpson)

Ah the joy of business...

"No job worth doing was ever done on time or under budget.."
Khufu
You wanna buy trowel holders and luxury cases to put them in :face-huh:B)

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Good for you David,

Can I suggest that as well as "deals" you also look at providing quality products as well.

How about a thread where we can list the things that are difficult to source or we would like you to stock.

For example I am in the market for photogrametric ranging rods at the moment.

Peter
never heard of that method before.
Quote:quoteTonguehotogrammetry is the technique of measuring from photographs. A three-dimensional optical model is constructed from two photographs and can be accurately measured on a measuring instrument to give either graphical or digital results. Alternatively, a great deal of information can be obtained just by viewing the subject in three dimensions, and the photographs can be measured using simple graphical techniques, though with a much lower level of accuracy. The main advantage to the archaeologist in using photogrammetry lies in the speed of on-site recording and the vast amount of detail that can be retrieved from the images. Photogrammetry is also useful when the subject is either fragile or inaccessible, since it involves no contact with the subject. The main disadvantages are the cost of using expensive instrumentation and the delay in obtaining the results after the photography has been completed. When archaeologists use photogrammetry, they should work in close cooperation with a professional photogrammetrist.



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Recording OUR heritage for future generations.
Will do Peter .... this is all happening a bit fast for me... blimey... one step at a time....

One thing we do have.... trowels!

Anyone seen with a trowel holder should be taken to a quiet place.

"No job worth doing was ever done on time or under budget.."
Khufu
Quote:quote:Originally posted by BAJR Host

One thing we do have.... trowels!

What flavour are they ??Big Grin

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Recording OUR heritage for future generations.
£14.00 + P&P? Why would anyone want to pay this price when http://www.tool-up.co.uk can offer WHS archaeologists trowels for £8.50 + VAT (£10.51 including VAT) + P&P for a next day recorded delivery service. I recently bought two total invoice including the VAT and delivery £27.01.

Sorry David £14.00 + P&P seems excessive.

hooowl
sshhhh--- hes just bought a million of them.

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