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    Does anyone recognize this logo and/or have any idea of the value of the set of 5 ?

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    Cheers, Don
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    Re: Japanese push chisel identification

    Can't help with the maker as the mark is unlike the few I own. With the ferrule those are designed to be hit with a hammer, not pushed. Push chisels generally have a longer unferruled handle.

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      Re: Japanese push chisel identification

      Iyoroi

      About $40-50 per chisel.

      Regards from Perth

      Derek

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        Re: Japanese push chisel identification

        Thank you Derek !

        Cheers, Don
        Don Kondra - Furniture Designer/Maker
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          Re: Japanese push chisel identification

          Though these might be manufactured by the same company as Iyoroi since they have a similar style and label, their label is not an Iyoroi label.

          The label indicates the brand is のみ勝 'Nomi Shou' or Only Win if translated to English. The second marking horizontally oriented underneath is 品質保証 ' Hinshitsu Hoshou' simply meaning quality assurance.

          This isn't coming from an expertise in chisels, rather from fluency in Japanese and reading the label. I don't know the background of the two companies, or if they're related at all, but I would say that these are not Iyoroi, but are Nomi Shou brand chisels. The value for new chisels is similar to what Derek posted - based on a google search.
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            Re: Japanese push chisel identification

            DJ, you are correct. These look like Iyoroi but are not (may be made by Iyoroi .. ?). I would suspect that they would be a similar quality and price.

            Regards from Perth

            Derek

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