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268 days ago

Topic tags/keywords: blade plane

I’m just Assuming its from a plane! it might not be, I don’t know

Its 14 cm long and has to cutting sides, one is 2,5 cm and the other 3 cm


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#1 posted 268 days ago

My initial thought was that it’s a drawer lock chisel, or similar… but I could be wrong

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#2 posted 268 days ago

mm or cm?

The wood grain makes it hard to believe it’s 14cm.

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#3 posted 268 days ago

Might just be a “home-made” low clearance chisel

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#4 posted 268 days ago

My guess would also be a drawer Lock chisel of some kind.
Really a nice one!
Look at this: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/42055
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Mads

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#5 posted 268 days ago

If it was a drawer lock chisel then one of those edges should be turned 90 degrees.

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#6 posted 268 days ago

If it has no makes name on it, it is most likely Smith made and then it can have all shapes, since it has been made for a special purpose.
Use it as a drawerlock chisel.
Smiles,
Mads

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#7 posted 268 days ago

Or maybe there was another one with matching 90° pieces

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#8 posted 265 days ago

Thanks, so not a plane blade at all. Well I think ill use it as a low clearance chisel, it might come in handy some day.

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#9 posted 265 days ago

That is a Viking double-bladed throw-striker, known as the brandr-hoggva. Nordic writings indicate the use of this projectile Viking weapon at almost 600 years before the use of shuriken is first documented by Japanese schools teaching shurikenjutsu. Accordingly, Viking throw-strikers were astounding discoveries in the 1970’s, and remain a contentious subject among some weaponry historians.

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#10 posted 265 days ago

I couldn’t help thinking Western style shuriken too, and was wondering what took redsled so long. How does it throw?

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#11 posted 265 days ago

Naaaa…
I still belive this is a Tool.
Best thoughts,
Mads

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#12 posted 264 days ago

I’m of a firm believe that this is indeed a lock mortice chisel.

Check yer old catalogues buddy!

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