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Found this tool in a box of old H&M stuff. Anyone know what it is. It is marked J.A. Sexauer Mfg. Co. Pat Sept. 1925 Price 75 Cents
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Sorry Folks, the photo didn't show up.
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Smoke, the only Sexauer tools I have are a set of faucet seat removers. They are about 7 inches long, roughly 3/8" hex material with different sized ends- either square or hex. Somewhat like allen wrenches but straight. They remove brass seats on the good old faucets. Does it look like that? Kevin
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Second Attempt. Any Ideas.
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Could be a lathe dog????
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