Both of these float-like tools are apparently specialized for certain carving or plane making functions. The first has a straight, narrow blade with float shaped teeth that are cut on a beveled blade, producing one very sharp edge. The blade about 1/8” thick, and about 1/4” high. The pitch is 10 ppi. This has a blade is five inches long, and the beech wood handle gives it a total length of 10”.
The second tool has a very thin curved blade that is five inches long, with the terminal 2 inches cut with float teeth at 10 ppi. This one has an extraordinary carved handle of ebonized hard wood with a nicely done oak leaf and acorn motif. Fine.