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    Posted 3 years ago

    oldman0411
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    THIS IS APPARENTLY AN OLD VINTAGE TOOL THAT I CANNOT FIND ANY INFORMATION ON
    IF YOU CAN SHED LIGHT ON THIS ITEM IT WOULD HELP

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    Comments

    1. hunterqlee hunterqlee, 3 years ago
      This might help. The name is VOBS or VODS. The arrow through the middle makes it unclear if it is a B or a D. Also, I do not believe the handles are original because they do not fit flush.
    2. slackjack, 3 years ago
      Are these not poultry shears ? Yes, the handles seem a bit odd.
    3. yougottahavestuff yougottahavestuff, 3 years ago
      Welcome to CW!!! The answer is here!!! Somewhere!!!
    4. UncleRon UncleRon, 3 years ago
      The name is Voos. & yes, they are poultry shears. They were part of a boxed carving set with a carving knife, steel, & fork. The handle tangs are simply pressed into holes bored into the stag pieces. Since there are no cross-pins or butt caps to hold them securely, over the years they start to work their way off. It's not uncommon.
    5. oldman0411, 3 years ago
      THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR COMMENTS ESPECIALLY UNCLERON
      THE HANDLES ARE VERY LOOSE
      I THOUGHT THEY WERE GARDEN SHEERS

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