Rob, Thanks for your reply. It occurred to me after I posted, that what
actually looks like a weak spot, actually might enable it to fit between
the fingers more comfortably. The fact that it's not strong enough for
"work", made the splint guess more likely to me. I'm not sure how a
cellist could use it (or why they would want to wear/use it if they
didn't have to).
3127 Broken tooling.. the loop for the screw is broken.. :-)
3128 Metal lathe cutters.
3129 Suction device
3130 Quarter and a nickle along side a miniature shoe horn for a kid.
3131 balancer for small wheels or propellers
3128 - definitely some old hand-ground lathe bits
3130 - looks almost like a pocket 'worry stone', but made of ebony
3131 - a small blade balancer for lawnmowers. Monkey Wards sold them for
3132 - a electrical radiant heater... never seen one that shape before!
Probably used one of the 'cone' resistance elements.
Posting from my desk top PC in the living room
3127, no clue
3128, possibly a cutter for a lathe
3129, no clue
3130, don't know
3131, reminds me a bit of a JC Whitney bubble
balancer for balancing tires, the bubble is
3132, portable electric light. Might be for
speed drying paint.
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