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Forum topic by NickDraxton posted 08-09-2020 06:30 PM 1005 views 0 times favorited 10 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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08-09-2020 06:30 PM

I’ve been unable to find similar tools for sale anywhere. They look like large curved drawknives. I know they’re manufactured in England but beyond that I have no idea what they are, or what they’re worth.


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#1 posted 08-09-2020 07:12 PM

scorp inshave for making chair seats ???

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#2 posted 08-09-2020 07:24 PM

They aren’t curved enough to really do that, I think.

The other said says MADE IN ENGLAND

and (Unreadable) HAMBLE (UNREADABLE)

Also, the side pictured above, is concave. The ‘top’ side is convex.

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#3 posted 08-09-2020 08:30 PM

I sent the picture to a friend in England. Waiting for reply. Could these be tools for cutting and trimming thatched roofs?

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#4 posted 08-09-2020 09:07 PM

Do the edges look like they were really meant to cut? If so, does it look like both edges were sharpened?

The way the handles are mounted doesn’t look right for a cutting tool. They kind of look like some sort of wacky British trowel.

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#5 posted 08-09-2020 09:21 PM

I’m guessing fleshing tools or hide scrapers

-- "I build for function first, looks second. Most times I never get around to looks." MIke in CO

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#6 posted 08-09-2020 10:20 PM



I m guessing fleshing tools or hide scrapers

- BlasterStumps

Yeah could have been Norman Bates’ old house. But does look like some tannery tools.

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#7 posted 08-09-2020 10:33 PM

Bread slicers?

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#8 posted 08-09-2020 11:49 PM

I found this, looks like the same tool:

Leatherworking tools.

-- I'd rather be a hammer than a nail

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#9 posted 08-10-2020 03:59 AM

I had some that looked similar to those of a different brand when I had my taxidermy business. Mine were hide scrapers and fleshers. They worked real well over a curved fleshing beam. Not saying that is what they are, but would be my guess. I now use one to peel bark off of round tree parts. Mike

-- MEL, Kansas

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#10 posted 08-10-2020 04:09 AM

Thanks everyone. I am now quite sure these are fleshing knives. Generally, very nice ones as well. Thanks for helping me sort this one out.

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