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2809. Approximately 8" long:
2811. 7-1/4" long:
2812. Someone from Australia is looking to find the purpose of this item:
2813. 6" long, submitted by a visitor who would like to identify this wooden piece:
2814. 22" long, take a look at Neatorama for more guesses and a chance to win one of their funny T-shirts:
At its narrowest the slot is 1-1/2" wide:
2809. This is a "suspension spring for a lamp", for raising or lowering a chandelier or large lamp, patent number 76,317:
2810. A bison leather football:
2811. This is probably a fish scaler, other guesses for it include:
-a jar wrench
-a corn sheller
-for stripping material
-a curry comb
2812. This one is also still unsolved, several people have suggested that it's for cleaning:
-copy machine components
-interchangeable hard disk platter in cartridges
Someone also suggested that it could be for use with developing and fixing solutions in a darkroom.
Just recently heard from the owner that the tool was found in a cabinet that had small wheels and measured about 18"H x 24" x 24", he liked the theory that they were used on copy machine parts or movie film since the cabinet was the right size for holding a copier or projector.
2813. Yet another unidentified item this week, guesses for it:
-an African scepter
-an arrow straightener
-wall mounted support for small flags or torches
2814. This is a stand for a bicycle, either a penny farthing or a standard bike:
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Thursday, March 7, 2013
Posted by Rob H. at 4:00 AM
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2810 looks very much like the logo for Manitoba (a buffalo)ReplyDelete
It is close to their logo but that's not it.Delete
2811. could be used to hold coins or strip material... but i am not sureReplyDelete
2812. reminds me of a similar tool for cleaning a component of a xerox machine.. (also not sure but next time you change the toner cartridge of your printer you may find a similar doohicky)
2809 A ratchet strap for securing a load on a flatbed truck?ReplyDelete
2812 Looks like the little tool that used to come with some photocopier toner/drum kits for cleaning the corona wires.
2811 Looks like an old style curry comb for horses.ReplyDelete
Could be but I can't find another one like it on the web.Delete
>2812. reminds me of a similar tool for cleaning a component of a xerox machineReplyDelete
>2812 Looks like the little tool that used to come with some photocopier toner/drum kits for cleaning the corona wires.
Both sound like good answers but I've had no luck yet verifying them.
2810-bison leather footballReplyDelete
I have to say 2814 looks like the Chinese arts and crafts.ReplyDelete