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larry phelan 121/10/2020 14:37:04
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I would be obliged if this attached object could be identified. cf photos in my album.

I have had this metal object in my possession for years and only just rediscovered it in the bottom of an old press. its identity still remains a mlystery - au secour!

Thank you in advance.

regards

Larry

John Haine21/10/2020 14:40:45
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Um, no photo?

Ian Parkin21/10/2020 14:51:25
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Surely some record 5 duplicate posts

John Haine21/10/2020 14:54:07
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If you mean the ting in the last 3 photos, it looks like a spike for an agricultural harrow, though I have no specific knowledge of these.

There's a sticky I think saying how to insert photos from your album into a post.

Edited By John Haine on 21/10/2020 14:54:50

larry phelan 121/10/2020 14:57:04
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My excuse is that I had "Help" from a "friend", who knows ? how to do these things !

Bear with me !! The photos are in my album.

Bazyle21/10/2020 18:05:50
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Could be a form of gate/door latch, designed to fit between the arms of a spring clip.

Grizzly bear21/10/2020 20:05:04
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Looks like a Viking tooth pick to me!

Regards, Bear..

larry phelan 122/10/2020 10:30:45
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Thank you Bazyle, I think you might be somewhere near the mark.

On the other hand, the VIKINGS did land around here at some stage , so, ---------------------?

Martin Connelly22/10/2020 10:40:43
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With an old press? Could be a log splitter.

Martin C

Nicholas Farr22/10/2020 10:44:51
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Hi Larry, it could be something like a spike cemented into a wall to deter intruders.

Regards Nick.

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