Saw these in an antique store. They are long like a file, shaped somewhat like a file except the tips were blunted off at an angle like a chisel. Although much the shape of a tapered file, they do not ave any teeth. They are somewhat sharp all along both edges because they were ground with a slight domed center. IOWs they are like a half round file in shape as well. No teeth, ground to a sharp edge along both sides, about 12 to 14" long with tapered tangs just like files. No handles on them. One other thing, they are made with a gradual curve for the last half of their length like some kind of carving tool. If you have seen these tools before and happen to know something about them, I would sure like to read about it.
Thanks in advance,