H. Hitchcock Screwdriver Wood Handle Antique
Offering this nice clean mid-1900 century turnscrew in good condition. It's marked "H. HITCHCOCK CAST STEEL". It is 11" long overall, .3" wide at tip. I believe the maker was located in Williamsburg MA., known to have made chisels and other edge tools. I'm not sure if this is the original handle, but it fits tightly, has a split in it near the brass ferrule, but the ferrule is containing it and keeping is snug on the tang of the screwdriver. A rarely seen maker's name, hard to find tool!
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