Ryan Tools chisels - any good????

From my Dad's old shop, I have a set of 6 old-ish "Ryan Tools" chisels. Old-ish because I know they're at least a few decades old, but I don't think they're antiques or anything. They all have green translucent plastic (?) grips. The Ryan Tools logo is in 3 different styles on them (some block letters, some in script), making me think that my Dad or Grandfather bought them not as a set but separately. Just wondering if these are decent or good quality (do I happen to have a gold mine sitting on my bench as we speak???), or if they are just a cheapy set with which to practice my sharpening skills, and perhaps use as screwdrivers or prybars if my real screwdrivers and prybars happen to be all the way across the room ...
Thanks in advance for any info. ws
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Never heard of them. Sharpen them up and use them.

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