October 2017 Mystery Tool D
Do you recognize this Mystery Farm Tool?
Measures 10-7/8 inches long; jaws open to 1 inch. Marked “Utica No. 15. Pat. Apl’d. For.”
Find the correct answers in the December 2017 issue of Farm Collector.
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