Antique "Ward" Scribe Tool Marking Gauge Wood
Antique "Ward" Scribe Tool Marking Gauge Wood
Antique "Ward" Scribe Tool Marking Gauge Wood
Antique "Ward" Scribe Tool Marking Gauge Wood
Antique "Ward" Scribe Tool Marking Gauge Wood
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Antique "Ward" Scribe Tool Marking Gauge Wood

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Antique "Ward" Scribe Tool Marking Gauge Wood
 
Marked “WARD”
“W.H.” also inscribed on rod
 
Ward and Payne, Ltd., Limbrick Works, Hillsborough, Sheffield made many types of forged hand tools during its long existence
Its 1953 Price List included "shears, secateurs, trowels, forks, cultivators, dibblers, hooks, hoes, rakes, spades, shovels, chisels, pliers, pincers, adzes, hatchets, choppers, augers, bits, drills, braces, try squares, levels, gauges, turnscrews, spokeshaves, saws, bradawls, punches, blades, planes, caulking irons, scrapers, plumb bobs, masons tools, hammers, pincers, needles, spanners, grips, calipers, vices, cramps, stops, compasses, dividers, ladles, mallets, wedges, knives, groovers, figure and letter marks, oil cans, glue pots."
Earlier, they also made wood chisels, files, razors, axes, and washer cutters
Their tools were labeled Ward & Payne or Ward, both with a traemark of 2 crossed hammers over an anvil
 
David Ward (about 1767-1822) founded the edge tool forging business in 1803
CONDITION
Very Good 

Clean
Typical marks with age use
No other issues noted
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