When you’re looking for a hammer in your local museum, the best way to find out if it’s a museum collection or an antique is to ask.
That’s the advice of museum historian Mike Toms of Hammer Museum in Boston.
“The best way is to talk to people,” he said.
“You can’t just go to a museum and say, ‘I want this and I want that.'”
In the case of this hammer, the museum was in the process of selling the collection to a private buyer who was selling it online.
In that case, you would have to contact the seller to see if they have any records.
And you would also need to ask if they’d be willing to send you a photo of the hammer.
But Toms said if you just ask people if they’ve seen any pieces like that, they’ll likely be happy to give you their name and phone number.
If you don’t have a phone number, you can always go to the website and look it up.
Here’s a quick guide to finding a museum.
The museum was originally a Victorian-era building in St. Louis that housed a museum that was later converted into the Hammer Museum.
Today, it’s known as the Hammer museum in Boston, and the museum says it’s also home to the Hammer Memorial Museum, which commemorates the hammer that was used by Martin Luther King Jr. to break barriers of racial segregation in the United States.