July 2012 Mystery Tool D

| 7/27/2012 9:35:35 AM

Do you recognize this tool?

July 2012 Mystery Tool D 

This mystery tool has "K.R. Wilson, Buffalo, N.Y., BV 22." stamped on the side. The tool measures about 11 inches long and is made from cast iron. When the handles are pulled together, the jaws open.

If you recognize this old farm tool, leave a comment below.

Check back here August 21 for the correct answer, or find it in the September issue of Farm Collector.

Have a mystery tool you want to submit? Email us at editor@farmcollector.com with at least one photo taken in a well-lit area against a plain background. Include dimensions and any markings on the piece.

11/18/2012 6:05:43 PM

Dije que era tenaza de herrero ,pero si miramos mejor veo que cuando apretas el mango abre las quijadas NO se que es esta suerte de tenaza al reves

11/18/2012 6:00:16 PM

Una tenaza de herrero con la boca modificada para morder hierros redondos

Karen Clancy
8/13/2012 3:54:33 AM

I think this is a tool to pick up block ice.


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