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1705. 4-3/4" long:
Submitted by Marcy
1706. This was sent in by a visitor, two of these unidentified items were found in an attic in Iowa, 36" long, 15" diameter:
1707. 30" tall, from the 1700's:
1708. Approximately 24" long:
1709. Around 4" long:
1710. 25-5/8" long:
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Thursday, August 27, 2009
Posted by Rob H. at 4:00 AM
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1705 Used to grab pickles/olives from jar.ReplyDelete
1707 Standing toaster used in hearth cooking, not to be confused with roaster which has a drip pan.
1708 Jaws of life.
1709 Corn sheller
1709 is a thimble worn on the palm used by sailmakers or leather workers to push a needle through heavy cloth or leather.ReplyDelete
1706- Wow! I thought I would never see another one of these!ReplyDelete
I restored a unique Victorian lawn glider some years back. This is one of two rocker assemblies used in its construction. These sat on a railed frame and the super structure with two opposing seats with canvas roof sat on top. The rods were to limit the travel and keep them positioned.
1710-"Dipstick" guage for measuring amount of liquid in a specific container.Readings are translated by an accompanying chart.ReplyDelete
Stainless steel would indicate possible"food grade"application.
1706-Do you have any pictures of that lawn glider you restored? Sure would be interesting to see.I sent the picture in. Thanks, Dave email address is firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
>1705 Used to grab pickles/olives from jar.ReplyDelete
It could be used for that, though the patent title mentions it used with something else
>1707 Standing toaster used in hearth cooking, not to be confused with roaster which has a drip pan.
It was marked "roaster", probably got separated from its pan
>1708 Jaws of life.
>1709 is a thimble worn on the palm used by sailmakers...
Yes, it's a sailmaker's palm
>...I restored a unique Victorian lawn glider some years back. This is one of two rocker assemblies used in its construction...
Thanks! Never would have guessed that one.
>1710-"Dipstick" guage for measuring amount of liquid in a specific container.
This answer is correct.
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