Tuesday, June 19, 2018

At 9 1/2 inches long, this mystery antique tool has its owner stumped. Can you tell us what it is and how it was used?

This is certainly not your average rolling pin. Can you tell us how it was used and why it has the indentations on it?
Item 1088 has a pyramid shaped head that is about 4 inches at its base with ridges and teeth on the bottom. The head tapers back into a long cylindrical pole.

Help us uncover the hidden identity of this week's mystery antique tool.

Hello from Hazard! Somehow we missed a response from Kenneth Gates, of Bellevue, Nebraska, on Item No. 1085, who also knew it was an older...

This antique tool was passed down from grandfather to grandson. Do you know what it is?

Recognize this antique tool? Let us know what it was and how it was used!

With multiple pivot points and mounting pads, this antique tool has its owner, Wayne Copper stumped. Can you hazard a guess?

One mystery solved and another one from our way back pile of antique tools to solve. Can you help Bernard Kenny figure out how this antique tool was used?

Hazard a guess at this wooden antique tool that has its owner and antique stores stumped!

Do you know your antique tools? Help us solve this unearthed mystery metal tool!
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