2 cm Small 3 Pointed object, Shiny Copper/Brass center?

Renaebri

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nhbenz

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Welcome to TreasureNet. I grabbed your pictures so that folks could see them easier: 577FF28B-EB94-4025-83C0-7A8E5DDFF024.jpeg 5692D8A0-0AAD-42AA-BFCF-252899364AEF.jpeg
 

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Gambrinus

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Just a guess but maybe a 3-way torch striker.
striker.jpg

You might check and see if there are flints on the three points.
 

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Renaebri

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Welcome to TreasureNet. I grabbed your pictures so that folks could see them easier: View attachment 1576737 View attachment 1576738

Thank you! I'll remember to post the pictures that way next time..

I think the lathe tool is a really good guess! and the 3 way torch striker looks similar
way too small to be a tap handle but that didnt stop me from looking up "tiny tap handle" just in case...

Its not magnetic, and not fragile if that helps, though the greenish metal is flaking on the outside. Kind of shiny underneath after scraping at it a bit... But the info so far is great, thank you guys. I was really just looking to confirm that its junk but I might end up keeping it anyway!
 

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Bruce R

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A tool bit insert would be carbide, which is magnetic, and I dont think carbide would deteriorate like that. That being said, my first guess is out the window !
 

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