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Large Wrench

Large Wrench

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One large wrench found in ground by Village Works Crew during construction in Frontier Park. Wrench is in fair condition. After examination it is believed to be railway equipment.

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010.03.01

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Mechanical Seeder

Mechanical Seeder

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Mechanical seeder with extra part and wrench. belonged to Larry's father, John Cosulich, who was the president of the Pemberton Co-operative Association in the 1960's. "Planet Jr. - Made in the United States of America" stamped on to handle and on seed hopper. "No. 300 A". Unit has two metal wheels, the front wheel is larger than the rear and has a square metal hopper for seed. Wooden handles for wheeling and metal levers for dropping seed. Some rust. Original paint colour was green for wheels and frame and red for seed hopper. Red wrench and extra part for seeder are attached to handle. Wrench has "Planet Jr." on it in raised lettering, some loss of paint and rust. Extra part is pointed at one end and has "K/806" on it in raised lettering, some rust. Condition is fair. a) seeder b) wrench c) spare part.

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011.14.07abc

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Wagon Wrench

Wagon Wrench

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This steel wagon wrench is rusted. Mr. Fougberg bought it at Skookumchuck. At the time, he thinks, when he bought the priest's buggy from the late Dan Paul.

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983.45.04

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Pipe Wrench

Pipe Wrench

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This is pipe wrench or monkey wrench.

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013.21.64

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Socket Wrench

Socket Wrench

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This item is a type of socket wrench believed to be used on lug nuts for wheels.

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013.21.98

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Wagon Wrench

Wagon Wrench

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This is a wrench used on a horse drawn wagon. It is hand-forged and made entirely of metal.

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013.21.71

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Wrench

Wrench

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This is a wrench that is off-set. It is square one side, and a hexagon (?) shape on other. It is made of metal. The item appears hand forged - no makers mark - no seam.

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013.21.77

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Wrench

Wrench

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This is a wrench. It is inscribed "7/8 1" on one end, "9/16"and "(?)/5" on the other end. Also etched on surface is "Puron" one side and "6492"on the other side. It is made of metal.

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013.21.78

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Wrench

Wrench

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This metal wrench appears hand-forged. There is no makers mark and no seam from the manufacturing process.

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013.21.81

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Wrench

Wrench

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This metal wrench appears hand-forged. It has no makers mark - no seam. Inscribed "1701" - off-set wrench (?). Automotive (?).

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013.21.82

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Wrench

Wrench

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This metal wrench has no seam - no maker's mark and appears to be hand-forged.

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013.21.83

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Wrench

Wrench

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This metal wrench has inscribed "7312 E" - a seam is visible, and it was likely manufactured.

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013.21.84

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Wrench

Wrench

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This is a wrench that is embossed "Armstrong" one side and "No. 2" on the other side.

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013.21.85

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Wrench

Wrench

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This metal wrench is embossed with "Gray Forged Steel", "Made in Canada".

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013.21.86

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Wrench

Wrench

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This wrench is embossed "Buffalo, NY, US" and "6 inch no 76" on one side. It is embossed "Westcott." and "Keystone Mfg. Co" on the other side. This wrench was a typical crescent wrench of the day. Estimate ca. 1930 wrench. This wrench was included with Model A's and John Deer tractors in general tool kits. (as per Stu McNolty).

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013.21.87

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