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IMG_0947.JPGWhatzit #2275 viewsAssembledTRexF16
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IMG_0948.JPGWhatzit #1246 views3/4" bench dog holes for scaleTRexF16
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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.38 viewsjem1098
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R_Hoe_whatzit.jpgWhatzit??45 viewsOnly marking is R. Hoe & Co. It's 14" long, rather thick steel. R. Hoe Made saws and printing presses. jem1098
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4.jpgWhat kind of hammer?133 viewsMWB
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whatzit_frontside.jpgWhatzit - front side279 viewsLooks to be the front side of the gadget .. jim.esten
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whatzit_backside.jpgWhatzit - back side223 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
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NKsaw.jpgNKwhatzit139 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
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NKwhatzit.jpgNKwhatzit187 views2 unidentified items in the collection of the New Knoxville village museum. Top one looks forged, bottom castBret Rochotte
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filewhatzit.jpgfilewhatzit87 viewsforged from a file. both ends are ground with a double bevelBret Rochotte
   
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