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Boxing Tool

Boxing Tool

Description:

Boxing tool. Pair of pliers with several features added. On end of one handle is screwdriver. End of other handle is flat with a triangle cut out of end to form two prongs about 0.6 cm long. On the back of one side of the head of the pliers is a rectangular hammer, on the back of the other side is a small axe.

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012.01.17

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Blacksmith's Hammer

Blacksmith's Hammer

Description:

This is a home made hammer for metal work. The head and handle are both cylindrical. It is made entirely of metal. It is approximately 10 lbs in weight.

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989.41.01

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Blacksmith's Hammer

Blacksmith's Hammer

Description:

This is a home made hammer for metal work. It is entirely metal, and very heavy for its size. The handle is square at the head and narrows to a flat edge at the end. The head is slightly rounded and shaped like a rectangular prism.

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Accession #:

989.41.02

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Hay Rake

Hay Rake

Description:

This is a hay rake. It has twelve metal nails hammered through head to form teeth. The handle is painted black. It appears to be hand-fashioned.

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Accession #:

989.34.02

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Sledgehammer

Sledgehammer

Description:

This item is a sledgehammer head. "4" is stamped into one side and "Made by Manchett" on opposite side. Further research into manufacturer will confirm estimated object age.

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Accession #:

013.21.97

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rock hammer

rock hammer

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The rock hammer (ab) was donated by Ken Greenway from 1916 found by Ken at Owl Creek at Owl Mountain Mines. The galena (c) came from Blow Down creek [Stein Valley], the azurite rock with copper showings (d) came from Owl creek and the azurite with silver (e) came from the Hurley bowl along the Duffey.

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014.16.04abcde

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Shinglers' Axe

Shinglers' Axe

Description:

Shinglers' axe. Blade is notched on one end and has a hammer head. Object is believed to be from Devine B.C. from the 1940's.

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Accession #:

010.07.06

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Wrench

Wrench

Description:

Sawyer's wrench. Has two different size crescent ends plus a hammer head. Very rusted and pitted. Object is believed to be from Devine B.C. from the 1940's.

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Accession #:

010.07.07

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Candle Holder

Candle Holder

Description:

This hammered metal candle holder has a swinging receptacle for a candle, allowing it to hang or sit flat. It is sound. Until 1948 it belonged to the late Dean Brock of U.B.C. and Mrs. Brock. After a plane crash which resulted in the deaths of the Brocks, the family gave the candle holder to Myrtle Philip. She had gone to the scene of the crash to give first aid.

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Accession #:

983.29.01

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Welder's Hammer

Welder's Hammer

Description:

Light-weight, all metal tool intended for use, probably as a welder's hammer. Handle welded to base which appears to have been a chisel. Overall colour, rust. Condition: unused and sound, but rusted. History: The welding seems to discount the belief that the tool belonged to the late C.A, Hartzell, an early pioneer. Tool is probably too light to have been a miner's pick, as was thought.

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Accession #:

983.60.02

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