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  1. #1

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    WHO KNOWS - ALL NEW INFORMATION

    ....Working an old farm site yesterday. Pulled
    these up near the farm house site,

    Metal



    Soaking it in WD 40 now, see if the top turns or
    comes off in any manner.



    Other item, again metal, could be anything.



    Any ideas?

    all have a good un...
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  2. #2
    The Axeman of Illinois.

    Aug 2005
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    Kind've looks like a small or part of a drive shaft to an auger or a grinder/mixer..
    Probably not tho.

    keep your eyes on the ground

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  3. #3
    dugupfinds

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    lipstick?

  4. #4
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    Almost looks like an internal pipe wrench. But the indented part needs to turn and be offset to grip the inside of a pipe.
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    It also looks like it could be a handle for a file or screwdriver, but it needs a hole in top.

  6. #6

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcypresshunter
    It also looks like it could be a handle for a file or screwdriver, but it needs a hole in top.
    Big Cy,

    I had the same thought, but after I cleaned it
    a bit there is no hole or mark where something
    broke off.

    have a good un...............
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  7. #7

    Apr 2006
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    the only things that pop in my head are the tongs that they use to pick up ice blocks with (yours looks like rust has closed the gap between the points) and the second one looks like the handle to a screwdriver or awl.

    just my guesses anyway.

    Funkman

  8. #8

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    I'm thinking lipstick as well!
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    Lipstick tube is my vote too. Are there any markings on it? Does it open?

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  10. #10

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    How about a counterweight for a grandfather clock.

  11. #11
    dugupfinds

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    Try & open it, & your probably find some rouge 21.

  12. #12

    Mar 2006
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    The left one seems to be the end link of a chain.

    Used for strapping. Something similar to modern day pear links

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  13. #13

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    Still soaking in wd40.

    JohnX,
    perhaps.

    Funk,
    much much smaller, would be for ice cubes
    Have ruled out a handle.

    R1,
    could be, but a very small one if it is.

    BB,
    no markings.

    AO,
    no spot where it would have hooked up.
    Very smooth.

    Dug,
    would be nice to open (if it opens), in wD40 now.

    Angelo,
    yes, some type, I think.

    Thanks.

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    Maybe a pencil case or wooden match carrier....
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    If its lipstick or case it would be very light thin metal.

    If its a tool or auger/drive shaft it would be heavy steel.

    Which is it?

 

 
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