I have inherited a Drummond Willing Worker complete with grass box. From the limited research I have been able to do I believe it is an early model dating from the early 1920's as they changed to silver by about the mid 20's apparently? Not sure how rare these are - does having the grass box make any difference?
I'd like some suggestions as to what might be done with it. I don't really wish to keep it but it would seem vaguely criminal to just take it to my local refuse/recycling site given the evident quality of its construction and its age. Does it have any value? - If I dispose of it I'd like to know it was going somewhere it would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions or comments and apologies if this forum is not the appropriate place for such enquiries.