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    Looks Familiar...

    I've seen this before...any ideas?
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    How about part of an old shovel blade? The spikey part would have gone into the wooden shaft and the scoop part would have been welded to the flat part ???
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    Does the wife approve of you decorating the tree with relic ornaments this year Drew ?

    It does look to be something like Jeff mentioned small spade or hand tool that separated from the main handle .
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    First impression is it's an old tire iron, for changing out those slim tires from the 20's era.
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    Drew, my first thought it was part of a buggy step??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff (or) View Post
    Drew, my first thought it was part of a buggy step??

    These are all good ideas...that was my first thought too, Jeff
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