Double-ended drawer lock chisel

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A double ended drawer lock chisel.

This is used for cutting out lock recesses in furniture drawers where working space may be to limited to use an ordinary chisel. Where this is the case the chisel can be hit by the side of the hammer.


Hand and Machine Tools
Object Number:
woodworking chisel
Charles Nurse & Co. Ltd.

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