I restore antique motorcycles for a living , I collect I wide variety of items , but mostly advertising items .


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Wauseon Ohio AMCA Meet 2015 - Motorcyclesin Motorcycles
Latest garage sale finds - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
NEW MYSTERY TOOL! - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Went to a garage sale today............. 
Unusual found pocket knife tool - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Flea marketing and garage sailing in style - Motorcyclesin Motorcycles
2015 Southern National AMCA meet Denton Farm Park N.C. - Motorcyclesin Motorcycles
Graco Motor Vitalizer Farm Found - Petrolianain Petroliana
2015 Oley Pa. AMCA MEET - Motorcyclesin Motorcycles
As promised some of my mystery tools - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware


  1. Let's see more tools!
  2. Draftsmens pencil pointer. Used one in high school.
  3. Possibly a vetenarian instrument.
  4. I am thinking this is a repro. I have handled a lot of signs in my time and this one just doesn't have "it"! Thanks for sharing.
  5. Thanks for all of the loves! There was a lot more very cool vehicles, two and four wheeled!
  6. It is a gasket scraper, I have one in my tool box and use it often.
  7. Double love it! Nice gun!
  8. Thanks for the loves and the comments! The casket sure keeps the neighbors away! The casket might make a nice phone booth, a corner cabinet to display creepy things or killer rifle/shotgun cabinet!
  9. Thanks for the loves! Off to Wauseon, Ohio this week for an AMCA meet, annual motorcycle meet.
  10. Valve spring compressor.
  11. Thanks for the loves! I think we might have an answer soon!
  12. We thought possibly cannon bores as well. The construction reminds me of something made in the late 1800's, and thanks for the comment and the love.
  13. Looks like a castrating tool, yikes!
  14. This is possibly a railroad lock. No tumblers or springs in these, just a shielded bolt. A nice find!
  15. It's only original once, I would leave it as is! A very nice car!
  16. This is called Kubotan. Do a Google image search for ninja key chain and you will see this item. These are also being sold on FeeBay as such.
  17. If i am not mistaken these were sold as a self defense weapon/keychain. I recall seeing these in Soldier of Fortune magazines years ago.
  18. Mystery solved!
  19. I believe frisco is correct in his response, see my post to see my folder style timber race knife. I'll be on the lookout for these!
  20. The proper term for these items is "cut" and if a letter or number it is called type.
  21. Corkscrew might be the word you are looking for. This very unique!
  22. Thanks for the loves. Can't wait for the weekend, a tractor show and flea market, 3 days!
  23. Don't leave anything in the crawl space, take everything!
  24. If it is railroad related, it doesn't look like it was made in this country. Someone on this site will have an answer. This is very unique!
  25. I think 60's or 70's is correct. I still see the complete stoves at garage sales once in a while.
  26. Thanks for the link on this, interesting machine.
  27. Went there again today, now the place is totally picked out!
  28. The first three pictures should be from a Coleman stove, this is the pressurized fuel tank. The last photo items look like Turner or Bernzomatic items.
  29. Thanks for the loves, this sale is the talk of the town!
  30. It is isn't it ? This a Beechcraft Bonanza and hasn't flown in over 30 years! Was back at the sale today, still a lot of good pickins left!
  31. Thanks for the loves! Seller is unable to commit to a price, so it still sits in the field, I can wait.
  32. Dumpster diving is the best!
  33. What , no category for aircraft?
  34. The quarter is up for grabs, but not the knife! Thanks for all the loves.
  35. This is a sabre saw attachment for an electric drill, cool! Looks to be of 1970's era
  36. Wow! Does that bring back memories! But not all of them!
  37. Thanks for all of the loves!
  38. Thanks for the loves! The best gifts don't need wrapping, I am a lucky guy!
  39. We have a winner! Fhrjr2 has solved the mystery, and I thank you! This is a scribe race knife used for marking timbers, faster than using a wood chisel. The barn and home were over 100 years old and ...
  40. Try instead.
  41. Google search for a history on Wald cycle. Started in 1905 making bicycle accessories and possibly this bike. This company is still in business, contact them through website to possibly ...
  42. I do believe they are filled with carbon tetrachloride, nasty stuff!
  43. Nice can but we don't do values here!
  44. Looks to me like it is made of iron, and the Philips screw on back tells me this is probably a reproduction, just my observation.
  45. Thanks for the kind words, will you be at Wauseon?
  46. Thanks all, for all of the loves!
  47. Thanks for the loves, and thanks fresco for the ad and info!
  48. I recently picked up this same unmarked bear, and assumed that it was a Steiff. This one has glass eyes. Certainly someone out there knows who made this.
  49. Yes it is, first one I've seen. Very unique!
  50. Thanks for the loves, I think I now have around 30 different number and letter stamps in all sorts of sizes plus these figure stamps! Collecting and hoarding, is there a difference?
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