I did a search on markers for graves and crypts but none of them had any
slots, so the radio face idea sounds better right now. I went back and
looked at the email from a couple of months ago, here is more information on
it from the owner:
"I found it in a garage I was demolishing. It is about 8" by 5" (in the
middle). There are two threaded holes on the back (one at top center and one
on bottom center. There are two numbers - CP-302-1 and 2355 FEDERAL. It
probably weighs close to one pound."
These were commonly used to mark graves (usually temporarily while the
headstone was procured) in the cemetery up the street many years ago.
The rectangular spaces held the name and dates. The holes were for the
fastenings to the stake that went into the ground.
I know #3. My sister, as a joke, bought us one of these. We use it
sometimes. The bottom part of the block moves to allow all the "spokes"
to collapse to better fit in a kitchen drawer and to help install it.
It is made for holding plastic bags open after washing or rinsing them
It is for the super frugal!
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