024 - Hammer, handle, and rakeThis is an interesting set of tools. In the instruction sheet, the three were grouped together the same way stamper, wind wheel and fork (Nos. 21-23) were. Those three tools were each assigned a number -- these three received a single number. There's a practical reason. You can't make the stamper, wind wheel, and fork at the same time -- there are only two wooden collars for the three handles.
For this set, the provided pieces can assemble all three. So I'm assuming that's why they're grouped.
The hammer reminded me somewhat of Thor's (as drawn by Jack Kirby). I didn't know quite what to make of the middle toy, called the handle. Handle for what? To me, it looked more like some type of martial arts training staff.
Construction of the three tools was mostly easy. Joining the two dowels with the wooden sleeve was a little tricky, but otherwise, it was smooth sailing. And the finished toys held together pretty well.