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Steven Bellisario

Hammer identification

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It looks like a brick splitter to me. Providing it is 6 to 10 " long. If it is bigger then it's a big something else ... Mattock?

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Although it may be a two bladed masonry/rock/brick hammer, it is may be a sheet metal hammer.   By flipping the hammer over the tin seams and creases could be worked without turning the work piece.

 

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With a long enough handle, that would also make a great backscratcher.

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