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1555. The object here is to determine why this bolt was cut as seen below:
1556. 7" long, there are a couple of pieces missing from this tool:
1557. Created in 1939:
1558. Around 6' long with the handle, the tines on the end are fixed:
From O'neal Lee's collection
Patented in the 1880's:
1559. Another unidentified tool, approximately 36" long:
1560. 3-1/2" to 5-1/4" tall:
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