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3091. 10" long:
3092. 7" long, take a look at Neatorama for more guesses and a chance to win a T-shirt.
3093. 16" long:
3094. 8" long:
3095. 6-1/2" tall:
3096. 3" and 4" long, sent in by a visitor who would like to find the purpose of these pieces of hardware, the tubes are all connected on the inside:
3091. This is a veneer hammer:
3092. A dock worker's tool for moving burlap wrapped bales:
3093. A vulcanizing clamp for repairing old automobile tube tires:
3094. An orange peeler:
3095. A Chicago Watch Clock Station for use by security guards when making their rounds, it held a key inside that was used on the guard's clock:
3096. No answer yet for these:
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