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    No Idea.....Any help,it'll probably hit me when it's ID'd....Thank's
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  2. #2
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  3. #3

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    civilman1,

    congrat.

    It is a very nice one.
    Best one I've seen in many years.

    have a good un.....
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  4. #4
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    Re: Prize to be sent later....

    It looks like an old door hook maybe. Something like this only older.


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  5. #5
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    Curtain rod holder?

  6. #6
    PBK
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    Re: Prize to be sent later....

    Looks heavy duty... maybe a buggy pole tip?


  7. #7

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    I'm thinking whiffletree/singletree end hook. Look at figures "F" and "G" here: http://www.regencymini.com/booklet/puttingto1.shtml

    Some sort of buggy pole tip or harnessing related item like PBK suggested, I think.
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  8. #8
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    This came from my Daughter's house that was built in 1855 if that help's any Doesn't have to be period though!!!

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    Re: Prize to be sent later....

    civilman,

    I really think this piece looks familiar. My gut feeling was that I had seen it in an ID book or posted somewhere else. Do you post on any other forums? If not, then I've seen it in either a CW relic book or perhaps the 1890s Montgomery Ward catalog.

    Regards,



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  10. #10

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    Re: Prize to be sent later....

    I found something like your and mine had wood in it so i think it is some kind of a end of a wooden pole.
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    Saddle pomel when covered with leather. Monty
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  12. #12

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    Looks like a whiffletree to me as well!
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    Re: Prize to be sent later....

    As BB said, I think someone posted one of these here in the past year. I'm pretty sure it was identified, but I can't remember what it was...

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    Re: Prize to be sent later....

    I agree that the piece is heavy duty--but I also think it is Not a whiffletree. In the Montgomery Ward catalog, whiffletrees are different in style.


    I swear I've seen it posted or pictured somewhere before. Just searched several times through old posts here without luck.
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  15. #15

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    Re: Prize to be sent later....

    Window hook maybe to close the old windos that were very tall , and also to lock the window latches.
    jbensi

 

 
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