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3067. 48" long:
3068. 6" tall, take a look at Neatorama for more guesses and a chance to win a T-shirt.
3069. 5" long:
3070. 8" long:
3071. 4" long:
3072. The handle is 12" long:
3067. This is a tool for cutting metal lumber:
3068. This is a Type K D.C. Relay that was made by the General Railway Signal Company:
3069. A Dial-A-Shell dispenser for .22 caliber bullets:
3070. This is probably a scoreboard for the card game of Euchre, similar to the ones seen here.
3071. This tool was used with a brace to cut holes in wood or plastic, or for cutting gaskets:
3072. A wire stretcher for use when working on fences, patent number 3,063,678:
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Thursday, January 2, 2014
Posted by Rob H. at 4:00 AM
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3069: Spare ammo holder?
3071: Hole saw for drill press
3071 Adjustable circle cutter to be used by hand in a brace.ReplyDelete
3067 - angle iron shearReplyDelete
3067 rebar shear.ReplyDelete
naw,,,i like angle iron shear better.
3068 railroad signal relay
3070 Cribbage board
3071 big hole cutter
3072 fire hose wrench?
3068 - Circuit breaker? Schematic shows them in a normally closed position.ReplyDelete