It’s not every day that you can hear, see, or read an in-depth study about saws.
Thus, here’s what makes Simon Barley’s British Saws: A History and Collector’s Guide remarkable:
- It has an interesting history. Who first invented it, where it originated from, when it was created, how it was created, etc. – all these and more has always been debatable. But when Simon Barley told the history of saws in this book, it makes a reader want to learn more. It shows how saws actually help people, even from before, make their daily lives and work lives so much easier. More than that, it shows how saws truly evolved over time – be it in terms of materials, the way these are used, and more.
- It has never-before seen images. Writing about the history of saws based on facts has never been more exciting in this book. Aside from having the usual sources, it was also clearly told like when you’re just telling a story with a whole lot of images to support the story being told. Indeed, a precise and well-outlined book complete with never-before seen images just makes a reader want to read more about it, as well as conduct a research on their own due to curiosity over the story itself and the images’ authenticity.
- It pretty much explains the importance of saws on a person’s life. While some people only see a saw as a tool for cutting down trees, it is actually used for a whole lot of things. Even our ancestors from other countries use it as a medical tool! In addition, it also tells us the importance of choosing the right kind of saw for your needs. Always remember, each one is different and has its own purpose. One should always learn to choose the right one to avoid complications from using it in the wrong way.
Choosing the right kind of saw for your needs or picking a chainsaw in 2017 has never been this easy, after all.
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