November 2013 Mystery Tool B
Do you recognize this tool?
This mystery tool measures about 17 inches by 2 inches by 2 inches. It is marked “The Haish Mfg Co – DeKalb, Illinois – 2END trade mark Pat Pending.”
If you recognize this mystery tool leave a comment below.
Check back here December 17 for the correct answer or find it in the January issue of Farm Collector.
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