January 2017 Mystery Tool B
Do you recognize this Mystery Farm Tool?
Blade measures 12 by 17 inches. Overall length is 48 inches. Blade thickness: about 1 inch. Entire piece is formed from one piece of wood. What was it used for?
Find the correct answers in the March 2017 issue of Farm Collector.
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