Timber scribe

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a metal tool or pointed instrument for marking timber.
- Johnson.

See also: Timber

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Timber scribes, on the other hand, were generally made with fixed handles.
Timber scribes often have at least two cutting edges, one used to carve circles and the other to carve free-hand, plus a sharp point that anchored the tool while a circle was being carved.
Timber scribes, used to mark the end of logs and lumber for identification.
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