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2149. Approximately 36" long:
There is a large hole on the top:
This side is hinged and can be opened:
Opening the door reveals this mechanism:
A slightly smaller model of a similar device:
2150.Someone is looking to find the exact purpose of this hammer:
2151. Sent in by a reader of this site:
2152. An unidentified tool that was submitted by a visitor:
2153. 4-1/2" long, the spike has a hole in it, the black part is hollow and open on the end:
2154. 37" tall, this was shot at an auction, no one knew what it was meant to hold, Neatorama is giving away T-shirts for the two funniest guesses for its purpose:
2149. This was part of a threshing machine. The grain auger outlet would set in the cradle on top and boxes were slid through to collect the grain. As the boxes passed they were counted by the mechanism.
2150. This is most likely a log marking hammer:
2151. An antique wood juicer from India:
2152. Part of a seed oil press, the spiral keeps feeding in seeds which increases the pressure thus squeezing the oil out.
2153. A cigar holder, similar to the one in patent number 276,042:
2154. Probably a case for holding a Tesla coil:
A video of Tesla coil with a guy in a Faraday cage:
Tesla coils set to music:
A man in a Faraday suit with a Tesla coil:
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Last week's set is seen below, click here to view the entire post.
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