Posting from rec.crafts.metalworking as always.
1843) Intersting device. Given the size, I would guess that it
is fired from a CO2 or compressed air weapon and used for
capturing fish underwater.
It looks as though the line feeds in through the back and is
secured by a knot in the hole visible in the side near the back.
1844) Looks like a support for a hit frying pan or something similar
with minimal transmission of heat to the table top.
1845) Hmm ... something to support the neck and head of a mummified
corpse -- perhaps in a pyramid?
1846) Hmm ... choices:
Forged steel version of brass knuckles?
Something for forming part of a sling for lifting heavy loads
and keeping them balanced?
1847) Hmm ... no size given? Some kind of reminder while counting
out some product? One pointer is where to start, the other when
1848) Looks like a window grate from an old jail cell -- still
embedded in the concrete window sill, but with the rest of the
Or perhaps a strainer for a sewer -- dropped in to block large
objects passing through?
Now to see what others have suggested.
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Your second guess is a good one, it's part of a hay elevator and carrier and
is used to get the desired elevation of the hay fork, check out figure 3 in
Still not sure about the brass disc but the others have all been answered
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