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I have one of these myself from "Ken Tools". Mine is called a Heavy Duty Tire Hammer, with a 16" handle. The rubber Heads are available from Ken Tools and on ebay. Ken Tools Catalog. https://www.k...
try this one. https://shop.tsprof.com/blog/info/HISTORY_OF_THE_DEVELOPMENT_OF_SHARPENING_DEVICES/
Yes Sir's, I also found it to be a "Millers Falls", by Visual ID. The look-a-like i found has Millers Falls Stenciled across the wheel housing. LZ
Beautiful....Love it !!!!!
Another Great Old Treasure From You H-F, LOVE IT ! I will check my old Hardware Catalogs for a Visual Match. Happy Holidays to You, and CW. LZ
LOVE IT !! LZ
I Too Love OLD S-K, and have Many in My Collection. Very Nice!! LZ
Very Interesting Tool You Have. In all my tool collecting years i have never seen one just like it, but i Love it. Questions: What is the O.D. diameter of the drill bit its self? What did your dad do ...
Very Nice ! I have its twin with keys and love it! LZ
@Congcu, I Considered it, and I agree on your cheese press theory. Nice Solve ! Dear O.P., How Bout it, did You get a chance to sniff the wood, and see if it Smells like "Who Cut The Cheese" ? LMAO...
The only thing i can agree with for sure in your description, is the sled part, as it does indeed look sled-ish. Now if i had to describe the rest of it to a blind man, i would say, appears to be a TR...
Love it! This is another Blast of the past for me, Good Memories of how this Country was when i Grew up in the 50's and 60's. Funny thing is, you can still find these great treasures at yard sales and...
Just to add to kwqd's answer, let me give you a product description.......... "Kotobuki Mini Samurai Sword Letter Opener with Red Tassel' made in Japan...
LOL, above should say GO TO. as opposed to Got to..... bad spelllaarr
No problem, Got to the top of this page, where it says Post an Item or search all show and tell. Type in "Mystery Tool", and hit Enter. When the page opens, you go down a few items till you see a look...
Hi Lamplover78, i may be able to shed some light on your fan maker, but need a bit more info. What is the Diameter of the Fan Blade itself? How tall is Your Fan, from the ground up? Does the Cord Plug...
Hello, and Welcome to CW. What You Appear to Have, is an old Filipino Bolo Fighting Knife . I own its twin brother Lookalike, and mine was made by the Negrito's People of the philippines in 60 years a...
First off, "Welcome to CW". What You have is a very old "Snow Fence Slat Replacement Tool". We have seen your tool before on CW, and we were also stumped, so don't feel lonely. If you do a search on C...
Hello H-F, Try J & E Company, North Belin, CT. circa late 1800s. I think it is Factory Made by them, or a Good One Off Copy. lol.... PS: I call this Tool a Seamer.
See if this site helps you to narrow it down. https://cartridgecollectors.org/?page=introduction-to-artillery-shells-and-shell-casings
You Have a Vintage, Military Artillery Round Time Fuse. Probably WW2 era.
Very Nice looking Knife. Here is what i see when i look at it, Probably NOT China, and or India, as it is NOT marked as such. Full Tang with 3 Pins, in a Bowie Blade Style, with a Walnut Handle, which...
Nice Old Flashlight. I think You Meant to say Permissible, as Opposed to Progressive? These were Certified by the Dept. Of Interior, to be safe in Underground Mines, Gas/Air Conditions.
Possible Old Automotive, Brake adjusting Spoon?, or (brake spoon) for short. Just My WAG......
LOVE IT !, Thanks for Sharing it.!
Hello, What is the diameter of you widget, and is it made from a lead alloy?
Very Nice, and Very Interesting, As Usual.! I Love Your Taste in Old Mechanical Devices,! Thank You for Sharing This, and Keep it Up Please!.
NICE, I Love these old keepsakes, and have one myself.
Very Nice Looking Knife ! I have one just like it, and my guess is 1960s-1970s era, as i have yet to do the proper research.
I am right about the Steel, Look it up! Holding an Edge does not Matter so Much when Your Plunging it into another Persons Heart, Now Does It?
Hello: You have a Gerber Mark 1 "Clone Dagger", made in Japan, in 1980-ish, and sold as "Rattler Brand", in my opinion. The Type of Knife is a Dagger, and meant for one purpose, which is to Kill. Your...
I agree with bobby725. Just to add, "True Temper Underhill, Model 70" waffel head Roofing Hatchet, circa 1950-1960s.
Try This one...... https://books.google.com/books?id=_3oAAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA36&lpg=PA36&dq=gardner%27s,+belt+clamp&source=bl&ots=gfLhaFiPe8&sig=6baups9AJ-cW1tQKj_gbl-teFFc&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjzxKDT3rbf...
I agree with afterthought, and slackjack, in that it is a flat belt tension device tool. I did not find the "patent applied for" version, that you posted, but did find a few look-a-likes. https://m...
Your Welcome !
I hear Ya Roy! It is hard to believe that people are as Rude, and Clueless as they are in Today's World. I have been cleaning up some very old posts around here, to help some people out, but my bags ...
Looks like an old "Kennedy-Kits", Tackle/Tool Box, that was originally green. Yours is missing the Cantilever Top Tray.
"Ouch"!! Great Solve, and Great Info. T.A.
10-4, got it.
My Pleasure A.O... I will be around if you need long distance help. Make sure it has Refrigerant in it before you let it run, as that is how the pot is cooled. Then put several milk Jugs of water insi...
Hello Tim and Lori: My best Guess is that you have a wall hanging, mail/letter storage slot, for incoming bills and such. Could be Amish made, since you mentioned you found it in Penn.
You have a very old, "Leather Harness Makers Foot Vise". https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS760US760&biw=1093&bih=501&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=Gx4YXIjtFYbR0wLo9r2ADA&q=vintage%2C+foot+operated+h...
Your Welcome A.O. The good news is that your freezer uses R134-A.. Refrigerant, as opposed to R-12. Here is the Compressor Cut Sheet for You. http://files.danfoss.com/technicalinfo/dila/06/ff10gx...
Pic#4, appears to be a "National Automatic Can Sealer", circa, 1930's and beyond. https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/vintage-national-automatic-sealer-163877599
I also believe i know what you have, but refuse to say, until you answer the size question posed by Abshire.....
PS: Sorry, forgot to say, NO Offence !!!!!
@Blunderbuss... the first time i saw pic#4, i lost my lunch, and that was 4 yeas ago! Now its back, like a bad case of the crabs, please spare us...LMAO
@Abshire....I believe you are referring to a "Reaming Tool", as apposed to a "Rimming Tool", which removes the burr left after a cut ?
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