🔎 UNIDENTIFIED OK guys it’s been a while but I’m perplexed

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OK guys it’s been a while but I’m perplexed What is a Slidell tool for I found it in an Indian Shellmound where I have found in the end tomahawks as well as 1812 buttons and coins I know it’s not that old because of the notch I don’t know does anybody know?
 

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I think that's it. Can't say for # of speeds, but for a spoked bicycle, anyhow. Too similar to be coincidental.

Spoke wrench and tire changing lever/paddle.

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I’m gonna call if that’s it. Thanks guys
 
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I can see this as a blacksmith made possibility. Measure the gap in this wrench and compare it to a nipple diameter.
Rather ungainly for that purpose.
 
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I still say tire spoon
 

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It looks to me a wood cook stove thingy used to lift the plates/element up to the place you stuff wood into. Sorry I don't know the names.
 
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OK guys it’s been a while but I’m perplexed What is a Slidell tool for I found it in an Indian Shellmound where I have found in the end tomahawks as well as 1812 buttons and coins I know it’s not that old because of the notch I don’t know does anybody know?
That's a glass cutter,. It is bent and missing the two rowels, but that's what it is. Not sure how old, but you had a window maker or worker, perhaps even an artist there!
 
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That's a glass cutter,. It is bent and missing the two rowels, but that's what it is. Not sure how old, but you had a window maker or worker, perhaps even an artist there!
Maybe it was left behind by a archaeologists they went through a lot but I’ve proven they missed a lot to
 
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