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1567. Approximately 7" long:
1568. 11" long:
From Dan Gaier's collection
1569. 9" tall:
1570. Submitted by a visitor who would like to know what this is for:
1571. 11" long, there was a pair of these, this one is missing the strap at the heel, text on it says "Billard":
1572. 23" long, a hollow cylinder with one closed end:
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Thursday, March 19, 2009
Posted by Rob H. at 4:02 AM
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1568. is a clamp for supporting laboratory glassware.ReplyDelete
1572. is a battering ram.
I need to change my suggestion for 1572. It is wonderful what one can learn from reading.ReplyDelete
I once used a tool like this to sink 2 inch fence posts into the ground.
As Edward said, it is a tool to drive metal fence posts into the ground.ReplyDelete
>1568. is a clamp for supporting laboratory glassware.ReplyDelete
>I once used a tool like this to sink 2 inch fence posts into the ground.
These are both correct.
1569 - Old term for lab reagent bottle is apothecary bottle.ReplyDelete
1568 is definitely a support for lab glassware--tubing, condensers, and flasks.ReplyDelete
1569 looks like either a condenser, or a reagent bottle.
1570 looks like a spoon or crucible (from the same lab as above) for holding a small amount of ore, chemicals or some-such in a flame to see what colors result.
1572 is a slide-hammer for driving a well point or a metal fence post.
1568-concur w/lab item
1569-Concur w/Lab/Regeant bottle
1570-Candle snuffer or sample dipper,maybe gunpowder measure?
1571-Weight training boots,dumbells could be inserted thru holes for additional weight.
1572-Fence post driver