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    Posted 4 years ago

    Bigship_Iron
    (15 items)

    O great wise one Uncle Ron !
    I may have found a item that may just fix you ?
    Here is our Pen club latest find ! We don’t know what is was used for ? May be horse shoes scraper ? The working part of the blade ( where bent over ) is very sharpe !
    All the best pocket club

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    Comments

    1. Irishcollector. Irishcollector., 4 years ago
      I think it's a timber scribe for cutting letters or numbers into timber.
    2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 4 years ago
      Agree with timber scribe.
    3. Karl-Fodor, 4 years ago
      Nálunk ilyen késsel jelölte meg az erdész azokat a fákat amiket ki kell vágni , a favágók számára.Ma már sprayt használnak .
    4. UncleRon UncleRon, 4 years ago
      Irishcollector & fhrjr beat me to it! :-) Also known as a "rase knife." Used to mark barrels, and also when building barns, etc; sometimes the frames were assembled flat on the ground, dissassembled, and raised piece by piece to be re-assembled. Since all the joints were hand-fit the pieces had to go back together exactly as they were built on the ground.
    5. Bigship_Iron Bigship_Iron, 4 years ago
      Thank all So much !!
      All our old guys will be so chuffed !
      We thought is was for cleaning hoofs !
      I’ll keep you all posted on the next item from the Asda Pocket Knife Club !

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