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Mystery Solved: August 2015 Mystery Tool Answers

| 10/2/2015 1:32:00 PM

August 2015 Mystery Tool A

August 2015 Mystery Tool A

Saw handle. Identified by Paul Dean, Foxboro, Massachusetts; Gailey Henderson, Williamstown, West Virginia; Royle Bailard, Alto, Michigan; Robert Scholz, Elmo, Missouri; William Evans, St. Joseph, Missouri; Bob Wittersheim, Saline, Michigan; Leonard Keifer, Gaithersburg, Maryland; Maurice Lange, Hallam, Nebraska; Melvin Brees, Columbia, Missouri; Richard Ames, Mandan, North Dakota; Doug Camp, Rock Creek, Ohio; Ken Rau, Altamont, New York; Rex Wolfe, Oklahoma City; Stanley Deisemann, Shartlesville, Pennsylvania; Francis A. Sperfslage, Edgewood, Iowa; Alvin E. Kallas, Leola, South Dakota; Richard Bader, Middletown, New York; Jim Monroe, Culpeper, Virginia; Buck and Cathy Evans, Ft. Lupton, Colorado; Arliss E. Hein, Fulda, Minnesota; Marlin Herbst, Merrill, Iowa; Robert Thorson, Corvallis, Montana; James Mayne, Edmeston, New York; Ron Clark, Colchester, Illinois; Jeff Allen, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; John Ernst, Iowa City, Iowa; Terrell Propst, Bridgeport, West Virginia; and Lyle Schwarzrock, Poplar, Montana. See patent no. 2,137,800. Photo submitted by Paul Wood via email.

August 2015 Mystery Tool A

Patent no. 2,137,800: Saw handle and blade. Patent granted to John E. Davey, New York City, assignor to Rose Gringer, New York City, Nov. 22, 1938.


August 2015 Mystery Tool B

August 2015 Mystery Tool B


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