Identify the Mystery Object.

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The first pic showed the B side
The second pic shows the B/A side
Cutter yes
Can be used in woodworking but definitely not exclusively
Sharp blade - yes
 

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Something badly sharpened with an angle grinder 😎

Does the blade move during operation (like in scissors) or is it fixed in the object?

Edit: guillotine shears
 
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Something badly sharpened with an angle grinder 😎

Does the blade move during operation (like in scissors) or is it fixed in the object?

Edit: guillotine shears
These came in a job lot from a garage sale, so Mr B is not responsible for the seriously bad grinding job. The blade does move in operation
 
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Not a can opener or pruning shears
Pruning shears are close but these are not used in the garden. They have a specific use. You just need to find the right angle
 
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Multi angle cutter / scissors / shears

(Badly sharpened 🙃 )
Correct!!!! These are 'Original Lowe Mitre Cutters 3101' Luckily the blade is replaceable 🙃
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The blade condition put me off track a little - looks more like a battered lawnmower blade than a workshop tool :wink:

Need to find something suitable for the next one.
 

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It's more and more difficult to find something.

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Looks like you twist the top to secure it
No locking function of the top (part of the image) vs. other parts visible.

rail for a drawer
Not a drawer rail.

Locking hinge
on an oven door
Not an oven hinge.

Locking swivel lock on table
Not a swivel lock.

Most of the answers are somehow close.
It's a simple and common device, and to buy it a common name is to be used (which name did not appear here yet).
 

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Swivel catch
Also looks like a window lock
I had something looking a lot like that on my case for my lights
 
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