|Forum topic by Brett||posted 741 days ago||1153 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
741 days ago
I bought an old chisel at an antique mall, intending to use as a paring chisel.
One one side it appears to have “DUCTILE // ST STEEL” (on two lines), and the other side has these hallmarks or maker’s marks:
The marks appear to be a Maltese Cross, a long arrow, and a shorter, double-headed arrow-like symbol—or maybe the shorter “arrow” is actually the flights (feathers) on the longer arrow.
Anybody know anything about this?
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