Four Iron Wedges, two with engraved fish bone designs, an ash-bodied wedge with iron ferrule and tip, and another with small socketed wedge, lg. 6 to 11 in.
Literature: Codes & Symbols of European Tools, p. 88.
Note: The fishbone symbol was used to represent the maker's allegiance to Christianity during the 1st and 2nd century AD.
Provenance: The property of Laurent Adamowicz.
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