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Unknown silver hand tool marked made in W Germany with a logo of 3 animals standing on a platform in a circle

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    Posted 3 years ago

    farrellrn
    (2 items)

    Unknown hand tool that is marked made in W Germany — possibly a crimper but unknown. The handle has a recoil automatically opens. The logo looks like three cats or three owls standing on a platform in a circle.

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    1. Collectables59 Collectables59, 3 years ago
      Maybe something to do with watch making (wild guess)
    2. analogtyper analogtyper, 1 year ago
      I believe this is a tool for working on manual typewriters. I have a different tool with the same 3-owl trademark (and I am trying to find out more about the German company) and it specifically removes the rings on the glass-topped typewriter keys. I can imagine this tool is used to bend or modify the type bars or linkages.

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