What is this hand tool? Hazard a Guess!

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Hello from Hazard!

We heard from several readers on Item No. 1046.
Barbara Jocke, of Columbia Station, Ohio, bought them at a garage sale a few years back.
Debbie Bottigglieri, of Niles, Ohio, says they are candle lamps that were used on passenger cars on trains. Kenneth Gates, of Bellevue, Nebraska, picked one up at an auction and agrees they were used in Pullman sleeper cars on the railroad.
Roy Whitmer, of Callensburg, Pennsylvania; Jeff Brown, of Canton, Ohio; and James Myers all agree they were passenger car lights.
Thank you to all who responded.

We will move along to Item No. 1047, submitted by Scott Kuhen.
He doesn’t know what this hand tool is. Can anyone help him out?

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