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The Tool with No Name—Cue the Morricone Music 288

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The Tool with No Name—Cue the Morricone Music
« on: February 27, 2021, 05:29:29 PM »
What have I got here?

Doesn’t even say made in China? No origin ID. No brand.

Only tang mark: “stainless”; not even “stainless steel”.

 Philips tip brazed on.

Why even ask?

Because the pliers and implements are uniformly well machined, well edged, uniformly polished, and tough as nails. The plier head doesn’t break with force, and tools open and close smoothly.

The obvious cost cuttings are the handles which are stamped, and don’t open and close smoothly, but are unusually sturdy despite appearance.

Side A and Side B are presented beneath.

Question: where and when might this have been made? Thx in advance.

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Re: The Tool with No Name—Cue the Morricone Music
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2021, 10:28:40 PM »
The form of the serrated blade is familiar, but there are so many variations in Chinese tools that it is hard to give a definitive answer.  Maybe someone here has seen this before or has one. :cheers:



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