Thursday, January 3, 2008

1185. A carriage driver's whip holder:

1186. Phone booth key, it's one of the two keys used to get the money out of the phone.

Take a look at Neatorama for more guesses on this one.

1187. Most likely some type of water atomizer, not sure exactly what it was used for.

1188. Radiator cap remover, the first side reads,"Caution: do not open if radiator is hot, hot fluid can erupt and cause burs."

The other side says, "Open after cap is cool enough to touch for 30 sec., then open to first notch to release pressure before removing."

1189. Paving hammer, used to seat, pry and move large paving stones.

Another version of the same tool, 17-1/2" long:

1190. Haven't been able to verify what this stone was used for, guesses include:
-boat anchor
-sledge hammer
-counter weight used with a well
-sharpener for stone cutting implements
-created for a hoax

The owner is pointing at a stick figure drawing of a person:

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Last week's set is seen below, click here to view the entire post:

Black Ops Pro Tips
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