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    Posted 8 years ago

    tomhanks2220
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    this is 2 1/2 inches long and has what looks like nails / needles at one end ..i hope the pictures are clear enough so spmeone can help with this ...
    if anyone knows what it is or could be please let me know ... thanks

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    1. tlmbaran tlmbaran, 8 years ago
      im gonna say it is a Victorian era "bleeder".....
    2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 8 years ago
      I have no idea but I will sure be watching to find out.
    3. justin-sanford justin-sanford, 8 years ago
      a sloe pricker for making sloe gin i recon.
    4. dr.sideshow, 8 years ago
      Looks like an artificial bleeder to me.
      http://www.phisick.com/a3alb1.htm
    5. tomhanks2220 tomhanks2220, 8 years ago
      thanks dr. im sure thats what it is now ..wow i paid 1 buck for this :)
    6. dr.sideshow, 8 years ago
      Gee, definetly worth it!! :)
    7. walksoftly walksoftly, 8 years ago
      I wonder how sterile that was between uses, probably spread Hep. C everywhere it went. Oh the good old days..lol
    8. dr.sideshow, 8 years ago
      Yeah, add that to the very uselessness of bloodletting as a therapy, and you get the idea.
    9. tomhanks2220 tomhanks2220, 8 years ago
      lol thank God for modern technology :)
    10. walksoftly walksoftly, 8 years ago
      I think that I would run if a Doctor hauled that thing out.
    11. madmike madmike, 8 years ago
      To ruff up the tip of a pool stick, so as the leather tip would keep the chalk on better.
      Don't quote me, I believe I've seen one about 15 years ago playing pool
    12. gotwire gotwire, 7 years ago
      Madmike is correct. It's a pool cue tip pricker. I use one a lot.

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