The ancestrial carving tools arrived last weekend and here they are! They belonged to my husband's Great Aunt Fan, who lived at Washington Square in New York City next door to Edward Hopper. She summered in Port Clyde, Maine, in a shore-front cottage she named "Christmas Tree." Aunt Fan once wrote a letter to Albert Payson Terhune, author of Lad, A Dog, to ask what kind of dog would best suit her lifestyle. He recommended a Scottie and she took his advice. I think Aunt Fan did relief carving and chip carving with these tools. I don't think she did any woodblock prints, but look what I've done with them!