Its edge appears slightly rounded in the corners. There is an antique 3/4\" mortising scissor marked \"witherby, warranted. It has a metal typing end that is noticeably deformed from the previous use. There is a small bevel on its flat side, as shown in image 5. There is an antique 3/4 mortsor socket chisel, with its handle, by crossman.
An earlier owner appears to have attempted to modify the item into a bevel scissor - 2 bevels were crushed on the sides of the edge of the blade (illustrated if shown in image 6, from a slanted view). The rectangular geometry is also preserved and the bevels are rather shallow. As shown in image 6, there is a chip at the edge of the blade, as well. This scissor is 12 5/8 long.
And there's an antique 2\" mortising scissor with its handle, marked \"buck brothers. This scissor is in the best condition of the group. There are no modifications and no chips on the edge of the blade.