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07-11-2019 11:53:58

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A friend of one of my wife's friends found this when cleaning out his FIL's shop. I don't know anymore than what's in the picture. The handle appears to be wood with the metal parts screwed into it. Anybody ever seen anything like it. I sure haven't.


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07-11-2019 21:47:31

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 Re: A Whatsit in reply to slim, 07-11-2019 11:53:58  
Could also be a pattern for sand casting those things. Jim

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07-11-2019 18:56:43

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 Re: A Whatsit in reply to slim, 07-11-2019 11:53:58  
Looks like what we used to use for brown and serve rolls. The cut on top. Cut the top. Pan would be the size and width of the pan. Decoration.

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07-11-2019 16:07:50

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 Re: A Whatsit in reply to slim, 07-11-2019 11:53:58  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Well obviously, it's for cutting 4 cupcakes into 12 even pieces. ;)

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07-11-2019 16:02:14

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 Re: A Whatsit in reply to slim, 07-11-2019 11:53:58  
Are the metal parts mounted hard or do they spin?

If you knew what the FIL did for a living, it might be a big clue.

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07-11-2019 18:03:52

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 Re: A Whatsit in reply to DoubleO7, 07-11-2019 16:02:14  
It appears that the metal parts are fixed. All I know is what I can see in the picture. Thanks.

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07-11-2019 12:43:11

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 Re: A Whatsit in reply to slim, 07-11-2019 11:53:58  
I am guessing a tool for Bakery use but have no clue. Just looks like cooking or baking.

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