Our museum is enriched every year by many objects. Some of them are still valid, but the tooling is often unusable because the wood of the handles is often crooked and for lack of maintenance the irons are corroded. In principle I have always treated wood with insecticide.
A lady from Fouesnant (or Moélan?) Visit the museum ask to see me. She announces that she has just lost her husband, Cooper. She thinks about selling her tool piece by piece, or if a museum wants to expose them, she’ll give them away for free. I promise to expose them, and now the visitor can admire the almost hundred tools that make a barrel (the barrels were used to contain the cider) some tools were shaped by the Cooper himself.