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  1. That is a pill maker. You are missing the top piece.
  2. Removable canoe chair.
  3. Including dimensions helps very much !
  4. This is a bearing scraper for fitting early automobile bearings.
  5. This is a machine for making pinked edge tapes for sewing.
  6. This metal case held a TORK clock. Programmable to turn lights etc. on and off.
  7. What does it say on the lower link. CHAMPION...........something.
  8. This looks a lot like the bottom part of a HOOKA for smoking tobacco.
  9. This is an ignition coil for a one cylinder engine. From the teens or twenties.
  10. This is a shuttle for weaving. Made of dogwood. The glass doesn't belong in there, it should be a wood spindle.
  11. Don't paint it ! Just set it on a front, side, or back porch with a plant on it and I'll be by the first moonless night to pick it up. Great chair some fool pitched out.
  12. This is a Waxjack, used to melt sealing wax for sealing a letter.
  13. It's THE POPE !
  14. The suspension rod is missing. Do you have the pendulum?
  15. Or a string bean.
  16. Go to Pedalcar.net or Pedalcar.com and ask them.
  17. This is a plug for a hot water bottle.
  18. This is a set of cork cutters. Usually seen in a chemistry lab. Also cam with a weird tool for sharpening the brass tube ends.
  19. This is a kitchen multi tool. It even serves as a trivet.
  20. This is a wheel cutting engine used by watch and clock makers. It is used to cut gears. The index plate, with all the holes, is used to divide a circle into so many teeth on the gear. It could be used...
  21. NOT a Model T Ford ! This is a Black Crow made in 1908 1909 and 1910 in Elkhart, Indiana. 1410 made in 1910.
  22. You display this upside down. It's a leg for a porcelain sink.
  23. That is a seam rubber used by sailors to smooth the stitching of hand sewn seams. Usually hand made to display talents of a sailor.
  24. These are made of pressed paper. They are used to grip and remove fuses from a fuse box.
  25. Einstein was surely a great genius. He just didn't quite get the belt in the pants thing. No time for the loops !
  26. This is a branding iron from the Snowflake Ranch in the Texas panhandle.
  27. These are definitely lead floats for early autobody work. Made of maple they were lubricated with tallow to prevent the wood from burning. Auto restorers use them today as they refuse to use plastic f...
  28. These are being reproduced by a man in Michigan. Better look very closely.
  29. Bruce99 seems to have the best of it. I tried to find a handmaker on NAWCC site with no response. Merritts.com is the best to be found in made hands. IF the size is right. Measure from center to outer...
  30. You have the hour hand. You are missing the minute hand. That will have to be handmade as no one is making replacement "club" hands. Unique style to early American clocks. Better to have the mate ma...
  31. This is a support for a vertical rod inside a piano. The patent explains this.
  32. "Lifter rod holder and guide" by Norris May 29 ,1906 Pat. No. 822071
  33. The two on the right are nutcrackers.
  34. Backerei & Conditorei (bakery and confectionary) von August Goersch (from August Goersch) Neuestrasse 61 (#61 New streeet) A distinctive building, but it may not have survived two world wars. Love it ...
  35. Please add a photo of the back showing the movement. And dimensions. Balance wheel and weight was never done ! Then we can tell you more.
  36. This is a tail lamp for a Ford c. 1915 to 1920. It is missing the burner and font from bottom. Most are marked on the top dome.
  37. Well........he lied. Made by Remple Mfg. Co. Akron, Ohio in 1948. Designed by Fred G Reinert Patent # 2469892. He is "Chief Wahoo" mascot for the Cleveland Indians baseball team. It originally had a r...
  38. Post your question @ NAWCC forum in clocks general. Include photos and DON'T ask for a value. Guarantee you will get an answer.
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