What the heck is this?



Every once in a while, we post a photograph of one of our antiques and collectibles from the Rednersville Country Store and ask the question, "What the heck is this?"

If you know the answer and want to show off your antiquarian intelligence, or just want to hazard a guess, write your thoughts in the comments below this post. You can post your opinion or guess anonymously, but it's a good idea to make up a nickname for yourself in your comment, so we can tell one anonymous commentator from another.

Check out the comments from time to time, to see what our readers think. If clues are needed, we'll be posting hints here every week until it's correctly identified.

If you know somebody who might know what the heck this is, you can easily e-mail them a link to this photo by clicking the "envelope" button below so they can get in on the fun.

2 Comments:

Blogger Z*lda said...

How long is this tool, and does the bottom section slide up and down?

January 01, 2005 4:56 PM  
Blogger Jason said...

Thanks for your response. I don't have it in my hands at the moment but it's about 18 inches in length. Yes the bottom piece slides up and down.

January 06, 2005 10:47 PM  

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