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Is marked General, Made in the USA No. 811 1/16 on one side, 1/8 on the other enter image description here

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    + 1 for wooden ruler on on a wood board displaying a tool with a wood handle on woodworking stack. – Alaska Man Mar 31 at 16:34
  • Looks like a Fiskars brand wooden ruler. – Rob Elliott Apr 2 at 13:46
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I want to say an edge chamfer tool. For taking off the hard corner of a board. Like a chamfer bit for a router.

  • Definitely agree-- looks a lot like the veritas cornering tool – Alexander Gruber Mar 30 at 23:53
  • Yup, that's what it is. For a tool that stayed in production for such a long time they apparently don't work that well! – Graphus Mar 31 at 15:54
  • Thank you all VERY much. It is indeed called a cornering tool. No mention whatsoever in any of the old General catalogs. I have two off them, and in all my years of collecting had never seen one. When I saw them yesterday in the flea market I thought they were bottle openers. Once more thanks for solving the mistery – touzonwood Mar 31 at 21:17
  • It would be appreciated if you select the answer as correct so it does not keep getting bumped by the community in the future and beyond. – Alaska Man Apr 1 at 21:05

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