T bevel with wooden handle and metal bevel; there is a brass knob that when tunred, it loosens the bevel and you can flip it so that there is a knive end. There is also brass on the very end of the wooden handle
Used by cabinet maker, Edward Keen (1841-1917) and his son George (1879-1947). Edward and his wife Jane (1847-1930) resided on Charleton Street, Digby, Nova Scotia. His workshop was located on the property.
Donor, Chester Keen, was the grandson of Edward and the son of George Keen.