Thursday, January 9, 2014

Set 527

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3073. 4-3/8" long:





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3074. 6-1/4" tall, take a look at Neatorama for more guesses and a chance to win a T-shirt.





































3075. 6" long:

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3076. 8" long:





































3077. 10" long:

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3078. The holes are around 3/4" diameter:

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Answers:



3073. This is a watchmaker's dial gauge:






















3074. Also no answer yet for this device, it looks like some kind of press or vise.
























3075. A tool for removing ice from the old metal ice cube trays:

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3076. An "electric soldering apparatus for soldering thin steel bands such as band saws," patent number GB208204:


























3077. A cigar maker's table:

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3078. This is a holder for shotgun shells for use when reloading them:

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3 comments:

  1. 3077
    Looks like an old classroom paper card shear/cutter. Just missing the handle.
    ~Frau

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  2. #3075 - bottle opener on one side, paint can opener on the other.

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