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Old wrenches


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Hello all:

While cleaning out an elderly woman's basement I came across a box with some old wrenches. Hopefully someone in the community can offer a suggestion as to what machine or auto they came from. The woman's father was a mechanic in the 30's.

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The one at the bottom of the first pic appears to be a blacksmith made wagon or buggy wrench. Not sure about the other three.
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Thanks, Mike.

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