1951. ammunition caisson
1952. Some sort of shave. I'm going to guess for a wooden wheel hub
but I think they're actually done on lathes.
1953. Tow bar for light aircraft.
1956. Guessing. Lights on a portable traffic sign.
Looks like they already got ahead of me, but . . . .
1951 - Caisson. I believe this was pulled by horses and the cannon
towed behind it.
1953 - my guess was a small plane towbar
1955 - ???? but makes me think of blacksmithing tools.
1951 - And the Caissons go rolling along....
1952 - Looks like it would be used to make the round end of a wooden
1953 - Clamp on handle for a small wagon?
1954 - ????
1955 - Farriers clipper for nails?
1956 - Looks sort of like the older director signs used on the highway
for construction sights.
Are you sure on this one? I grew up with too many horses and trimmed
more than my share of hooves. The tool everyone used was regular
and I had never seen compound ones. However google turned up these
) which are very similar
to your photo with the exception that yours have one rounded end and only
one cutter. This leads me to doubt that they are for hooves.
It's definitely a hoof trimmer, patented in 1894:
This tool probably didn't work as well as other trimmers and went out of
production years ago.
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