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    Are we being gaslighted? sorry couldn't resist . I agree it looks like a lantern part, can't imagine what else it could be.

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    Yeah, Zoot. Just trying again. Lots of new faces to get answers from.
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    Bigcypress,
    Thank you for your comment,
    I have included a picture of the attachment I mentioned. It is still on two of the edges but on the other 6 edges you can still rivets and/ or rivet holes where they used to be. They are each broken off just past the edges. Let me know if this picture is better and I'll post other new ones. I'm getting old and would really like to solve this before my wife sends it to the scrap yard when I'm gone.
    Mitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason in Enid View Post
    WTF is up with that?
    Yes,
    I don't want to go to the grave not knowing so I hoped new eyes would have a chance. That was 10 years ago.
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    I'm beginning to realize I've gone through life without knowing what anything is ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofmitch View Post
    Bigcypress,
    Thank you for your comment,
    I have included a picture of the attachment I mentioned. It is still on two of the edges but on the other 6 edges you can still rivets and/ or rivet holes where they used to be. They are each broken off just past the edges. Let me know if this picture is better and I'll post other new ones. I'm getting old and would really like to solve this before my wife sends it to the scrap yard when I'm gone.
    Mitch

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    That photo is much better. Each time you click on it, it gets bigger. You cannot do that with the originals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofmitch View Post
    Yes,
    I don't want to go to the grave not knowing so I hoped new eyes would have a chance. That was 10 years ago.
    yep its still unsolved

  8. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plug N Play View Post
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    Ain't nobody thrown it away. Wife tries but failed.

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    I like everybody's suggestions. Leaning a little in this direction, made for a roof, ... but the other ideas sound good also.

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    Christmas tree stand lol
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    Looks like the base of a street lamp that would be attached to cemect
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  12. #27
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    Having done some serious Googling, I can now conclude that it’s the legendary long-lost “Sacred Helmet of Zoth”. Until now, its whereabouts have remained untraced following its theft from Bernard the Nerd the Third, when Badass the Obnoxious and his Pilgrims of Eternal Darkness stormed the Castle of Disnee in AD 1273 and sacked the Miraculous Shrine of the Seven Elevens.

    This holy relic is said to have gained its magical powers after being worn as a penance throughout her life by Saint Hannah the Hirsute (although some sources say it was at the insistence her village community to prevent her frightening the local children). You might like to try it on to see what degree of power and enlightenment it bestoweth upon thee and whether it offers the protection against alien abduction traditionally claimed for it. I would expect it to light up with an eerie glow if you are worthy of its privileges. Or your head may fall off if you aren’t. Allegedly.

    Here's a picture I found using Google. The helmet is apparently made of Unobtainium, which can easily be checked because it's not attracted to Plutonium and cannot be scratched by Thorium-229

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  13. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofmitch View Post
    Bigcypress,
    I'm getting old and would really like to solve this before my wife sends it to the scrap yard when I'm gone.
    Mitch
    I guarantee that whether anyone recognizes it's true origin or not that it will cease to be of any concern to you at that time.
    Political correctness is facism pretending to be manners -- George Carlin

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    My sisters home had a copper roof. For whatever reason she had it replaced in the late 80's. The home was a historical landmark and the roof had to be the same as the old. I remember the crane hoisting the old roof off in one shot. On top of the roof centered was a widows walk which had a spire with similar craftsmanship around the base as the OP posted. IMO could be roof related.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie P. (NY) View Post
    I guarantee that whether anyone recognizes it's true origin or not that it will cease to be of any concern to you at that time.
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