DescriptionFive chisels of varying sizes. All with wooden handles. a) Largest of the five. Wooden handle with a metal end piece that can be used with a mallet or hammer. The blade is rusted. There are no distinguishing maker's marks, however, on the wooden handle, is the stamped name "G.R. Davidson" b) Chisel with removable handle. No identifyable maker's marks. Long and thin blade that is approx. 1" wide. c) Chisel with removable wooden handle. The wooden handle, however, is chipped and approx. half is missing. The blade is rusted. There are no identifyable maker's marks. The blade is approx. 1" thick. d) Long and thin chisel for fine grooves. Wooden handle that is in good shape, but the blade is rusted. No identifyable maker's marks. e) Short, thin chisel with a wooden handle that is chipped, with a good portion of it missing. The maker is identified as W. Butcher.
CreditIn memory of George Russell and Lily Glen Mustard Davidson