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You need more pictures..from the bottom, the cutting edge, the entire implement etc.
I'm going to guess this is an old bank safety deposit box key. If it was a hotel key it would likely be steel and have a detachable number tag. Even in the 1800's room numbers were mostly not integrat...
This might be an old antique shake hatchet. It would be used for installing rough shakes. The edge would be splitting and shaping and the hook on the head for pulling nails.
The cutters on a few different plane manufacturers were the same size and could be interchanged. The Stanley cutter (blade) was a replacement.
The pattern on the lever cap if original says its a Sargent. There should be markings on the cutter or lateral adjuster. It's a transitional fore plane. See the first image with other info at the link...
I believe this is an old wire fence tensioner, perhaps for installing barbed wire.
There are a couple photos here: http://goo.gl/mPF04P with the same color grip and shaft that suggest that it is a Bluegrass hammer. They were made by Belknap Hardware. I don't believe they are still i...
If you have time, there are a number of links at the site below to possibly identify it. http://www.wrenchingnews.com/
it looks like part of an antique plow
The marking says "cast steel".
I believe it's either a pruning or a linoleum knife. Certain makes look similar. http://goo.gl/e4WwVs