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2035. 36" tall:
2036. 8" long:
2037. 9" long:
2038. These wooden items were found in a barn, they were submitted by someone who is looking to find out what they were for:
2039. 8" long, take a look at Neatorama for more guesses on this one and a chance to win a T-shirt:
2040. 12" long:
2035. A drum closing tool "for crimping the flange of a lid into sealing engagement with the bead that is conventionally formed about the edge of a drum or pail", patent number 3,015,291:
2036. A cleat from a logger's springboard:
This springboard was posted here two years ago, the board was wedged into a notch in a large tree and served as a platform for the axeman. The end that goes into the tree has a metal reinforcement.
2037. A fisherman's priest for quickly and painlessly killing trout or salmon:
2038. No answer yet for these items, guesses so far:
-racks for holding harnesses, reins, and other horse tack
-racks for drying some type of crop
-wickets for passing through a fence
-racks for holding long tools
2039. A Fulton traffic light finder, some of the old cars had low roofs that made it difficult to see a traffic light if the vehicle was too close to it, this device was invented so that the driver could hold it near the windshield and see the light through it, patent number 2,526,045:
2040. Somaca double pad vacuum lifters for use with glass, tile or other materials with a smooth surface:
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