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1633. 6" long:
1634. Approximately 4" long:
1635. 3-1/8" long, sent in by a visitor:
1636. 6-1/2" long:
1637. The idea here is to determine where this fan would have been typically found, patented in 1911:
1638. About 24" long:
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Thursday, June 4, 2009
Posted by Rob H. at 4:00 AM
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1634 Trolling gear for ocean fishing?ReplyDelete
1638 Tire chain.
1634 - downrigger for fishing, gets a trolled lure down very deepReplyDelete
1637 - environment where there might be combustible fumes or gas -- all brass gearing - no sparks
1633 Device to set teeth on handsaws?ReplyDelete
1635 looks like a hanger for a knife or sword.ReplyDelete
1635 a picture hanging hook for hanging pictures on picture mold.ReplyDelete
1636 Soldering iron rest?ReplyDelete
Correct answers so far:ReplyDelete
1634. Trolling plane
1635. Picture hanger
1636. Solder iron rest
1638. Tire chain
1633 I use mine to make car keysReplyDelete
1636 I have a similar one that is a stand for a big soldering iron; you heat it with a torch, not electric.