🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Strange key

Squirrel322

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My friend found this key. What is it?
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Scrounge Wanderer

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Antique sardine can opener?
Like the idea of it being a tool for something rather than a key to open a door, and I like sardines but thinking lantern adjuster or gaslight tool... but a wild stab at that
 
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Squirrel322

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My friends guessed that too. However, I haven’t seen a clock winding key that looks like this key.
 
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