Can any one name this tool? Found it online and haven't found anything yet.
Does anyone know the name of this tool?
That tool is called a scorp. Specifically, that scorp looks like it is designed for block print carving, the act of cutting an image out of a block of wood or a thick piece of leather to be used in printmaking. Scorps are different from gouges or other carving tools in that they're meant to be drawn (pulled) towards yourself, instead of pushed away.
Other, larger scorps are made by bending larger flat blank into an oval or rounded shape:
These are meant for carving out the hollows in a spoon or other "dishing" actions.
Some scorps resemble really tiny draw knives, and are used like draw knives, but with a single handle (versus one on each end of a draw knife):
Confusingly, some larger scorps do actually have two handles, which essentially makes them a curved version of a typically-flat drawknife:
Sometimes they are designed to be used by one hand or the other, and are open on one side, not forming a complete loop. For example, this is a "right handed" scorp:
It could be a windshield locking strip tool. I have one with 2 sides and used it to install the rear window on my 1956 Chevy wraparound rear window. It installs the gasket into the groove and locks the glass I to the opening. Similar to this https://www.classicindustries.com/product/153818.html