According to the owner they are ice chippers, though they do look sort of
like shingle tools.
No luck yet identifying number 2339 but the rest of the answers can be seen
2338: I agree with Rob. In 3000 BC, the Iceman knew the purpose of a
pack frame was to rest weight on the lower back. His pack frame had two
wood slats for that. If this is a pack frame, it's much more primitive
than the Iceman's.
I hardly glanced at it when I took the photo, I was taking pictures of the
fish trap and saw this device in one of my photos when I got home. So I
don't know what is under the spiral, hopefully I'll see it again some day.
If he didn't sell it, he might have it for sale again next year at the
2336. Looks like a fairly normal long handled weeding fork so you can weed
deep borders without having to stand in them.
2339. Maybe for separating corn and chaff.
2340. Looks like it's designed to let something in but not back out. Laid on
its side it could therefore be an animal trap.
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