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2221. 4-3/4" long:
2222. 6-1/4" tall:
2223. 3" inside diameter:
2224. Around 14" tall, take a look at Neatorama for more guesses on this device and a chance to win a t-shirt:
2225. Approximately 8" long, an unidentified piece of hardware:
2226. 6" long:
2221. A Soundwagon or Vinyl Killer record player, as seen in this video:
2222. A black powder keg, used as a powder flask with old rifles and pistols:
2223. An oil can holder, it was mounted on an old horse-drawn hay loader, grain binder, or other farm implement.
2224. A National Cash Register Stamping Phone, these were used by sales clerks to get printed credit authorization, more information on it can be found on this site.
A close-up of the dial that is located on the right side of the box on the face of this device:
2225. A ratchet damper handle, it controls the amount of draft in a chimney flue, allowing the user to strike the right balance between ventilation and heat loss.
2226. A Koppo Stick, this is a self defense weapon that can be used to strike an attacker:
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It has over 4,500 images and is a great book for learning about about a wide variety of tools. This book gets my highest recommendation.
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