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       #181

    A prototype for the first Dremmel Tool ?
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       #182

    I see where you're coming from, but that's not correct either.
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       #183

    A tool holder for a end mill or lathe
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       #184

    No. But I can reveal that it was made for someone famous.
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       #185

    Dwarf said:
    OK, the answer was: A lumberjack's log marking hammer, two more rows of numbers could be attached to the head.

    Now try this one:

    Attachment 131652


    Is it some sort of prize/award for someone who had a lot to do with Gears and
    Cogs etc?
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       #186

    No. A cryptic clue: silver, tin, aluminium, lithium, iron, nickel.
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  7. ie9
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       #187

    A stationary set for Stalin. Was it made for him by random workers or some high up workers?

    silver, tin, aluminium, lithium, iron, nickel.
    Edit: If I win, someone can take my place as I have to go soon
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       #188

    An award to Stalin for letting them live.
    Last edited by jfar; 13 Jan 2011 at 10:42.
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       #189

    ie9 said:
    A stationary set for Stalin. Was it made for him by random workers or some high up workers?

    silver, tin, aluminium, lithium, iron, nickel.
    Edit: If I win, someone can take my place as I have to go soon
    Correct! The weird object was a stationery set, given to Stalin by 'prosperous and content' workers. Whether they had any say in that is another matter entirely.
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       #190

    Nice one Dwarf, and Well Done ie9,

    Ok Wotzdisden, It is part of something that is bigger, meaning there is more to the picture, so do you recognise this Wotzdisden?


    Wotzdisden-ff.png
    Last edited by jfar; 13 Jan 2011 at 15:53.
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