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1933. 8" long:
1934. 36" diameter:
1935. 11" long:
It's around 2-3/4" deep:
1936. The points are 2-1/2" apart, take a look at Neatorama for more guesses on this one:
1937. 7-3/4" long, an unidentified piece of hardware:
1938. 18" long:
1933. A clamp for use on snow skis:
1934. A Pontiac weather vane from a car dealership:
1935. A barber's bowl that was used back when they were also surgeons, the bowl was held against the neck when shaving and was also placed against the arm, just below the cut when a patient was undergoing a blood letting procedure:
1936. A can opener, it could likewise be used to close the openings by placing the points in the holes when putting the can in the refrigerator, patent number 1,037,541:
1937. This is part of a 'three ring serreta' that is for use on a horse, it's missing its leather cover, lots of examples on this site.
1938. A picket from the Civil War for use with a horse, it was pounded into the ground and the horse was then tied to the ring:
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