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Posted 7 months ago

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TheRoper
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XIX c. Mortise Chisel;
Makers mark "Joh. Pet. Müller Söhne" with two marvelous Maltese crosses; I find this mark wonderful. There is a very usefull book, John Walters, German Bladesmiths, an illustrated guide to the brand names, trademarks and monograms found on swords, knives, cutlery, razors and bladed tools, 1871-1945;

http://www.archivingindustry.com/cutlers&toolmakers/cutlermarks-1.pdf

To my great regret, there is not a word neither about Johan Müller, nor about his sons. So, IMHO, either the chisel is made before 1871, or this guy is an Austrian bladesmith.
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  1. SEAN68 SEAN68, 7 months ago
    wow !! , very cool:)
  2. TheRoper TheRoper, 7 months ago
    Thank you, Sean; Vintage tools are really great!

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