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2335. 8" long, sent in by a visitor who is looking to find the exact purpose of this device, when it's open and plugged in the red light is on:
When the door is closed and locked, the white light is powered:
2336. 34" tall, take a look at Neatorama for more guesses and a chance to win a T-shirt:
A larger model of the same tool, 66" tall:
2337. 7" long:
2338. 32" long:
2339. 48" tall, another unidentified device:
2340. 66" tall:
2335. A photographer's contact printer, used for making photographic images from either film negatives or positives.
2336. These are both ice chippers:
2337. A steak tenderizer, patent number 863,717:
2338. This was marked "primitive wood pack frame", though it is shaped similar to the bed warmer seen here:
2339. No answer yet for this device:
2340. A fish trap:
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Thursday, September 1, 2011
Posted by Rob H. at 4:00 AM
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2340: fish trap?ReplyDelete
2335 A contact printer used in photo work.ReplyDelete
2337 meat tenderizerReplyDelete
2338 : bed warmer http://www.besancon.fr/gallery_images/site_1/257/263/489/39527/photo_10.jpgReplyDelete
2335.Agree with contact printer.ReplyDelete
Correct answers so far:ReplyDelete
2340. fish trap
2335. contact printer
2337. meat tenderizer
>2338: bed warmer
It was marked as being something else but it does resemble the item at your link.
2335 Contact (photographic)printerReplyDelete
2336 ice block cutter
2337 meat tenderizer (cube steak cutter)
Really i appreciate the time and effort you have made to express the ability.This issue this i found was successful to the matter that we has been exploring for a long timeReplyDelete