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IMG_0947.JPGWhatzit #2279 viewsAssembledTRexF16
IMG_0948.JPGWhatzit #1247 views3/4" bench dog holes for scaleTRexF16
whatrthey.jpga matched pair of whatzits, 2.5" x 2.5". They came in a box of stuff with some power tools I got last year at an estate sale.40 viewsjem1098
R_Hoe_whatzit.jpgWhatzit??50 viewsOnly marking is R. Hoe & Co. It's 14" long, rather thick steel. R. Hoe Made saws and printing presses. jem1098
4.jpgWhat kind of hammer?133 viewsMWB
whatzit_frontside.jpgWhatzit - front side280 viewsLooks to be the front side of the gadget .. jim.esten
whatzit_backside.jpgWhatzit - back side224 viewsMy dad (who knows everything) wasn't quite sure about this one .. came from the shop of a elderly gentleman who was a metalworker. Anyone? (sorta looks like an apple peeler to me!!)jim.esten
NKsaw.jpgNKwhatzit141 viewsSaw blade from water powered sawmill originally located on a farm near New Knoxville, Ohio. Grain barrel from hollow section of Sycamore tree.Bret Rochotte
NKwhatzit.jpgNKwhatzit192 views2 unidentified items in the collection of the New Knoxville village museum. Top one looks forged, bottom castBret Rochotte
filewhatzit.jpgfilewhatzit89 viewsforged from a file. both ends are ground with a double bevelBret Rochotte
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