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2359. Approximately 8" long:
2360. About 3" diameter, someone at the flea market was selling this lock and wanted to know if it was for a particular purpose:
2361. Around 7" long:
2362. 72" long:
There is a spirit level under the handle:
2363. Approximately 8' long, take a look at Neatorama for more guesses and a chance to win a T-shirt:
2364. 6" long:
2359. A casino chip holder from the 1950s, model E-S-100, made by J.A. Ewing, Las Vegas:
2360. A Master puck style lock, model 6270/970, made to be used with a guarded haspfor better security on trucks, vans, trailers, and gates:
2361. A tire repair tool, similar to patent number 1,632,544:
2362. An early railroad tool for measuring rail superelevation on curves, where the outer rail would be slightly higher to compensate for centrifugal forces:
2363. These are mortsafes, they were used in the 1800s to protect the dead from body snatchers who would sell them to medical schools, although according to urban legends they were designed to keep vampires and zombies from escaping their graves.
2364. A German wrist restraint for use on prisoners by law enforcement officers:
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