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    Heart shaped brass item

    Found at old homestead no righting on it.
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    Fancy Bangor tuner key?
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    What's it made of??
    I see it's brass.
    Last edited by Tony in SC; Mar 29, 2019 at 07:07 PM.
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    Thanks guys banjo tuner key fits the bill. Rick
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    My two cents worth. The threaded end with the hole is "exactly" like the fill hole plug for an old drip oiler. The flange above the threads is the seal. The hole is for a keeper wire so you won't lose the plug. But in my many years of using drip oilers I have never seen one a butterfly grip. I do believe it was a plug for something?
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