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Nick 1 year ago
#1 Those are a pair of speakers made by Empire. They were made in the mid-'60s and are the Grenadier model. They had heavy marble tops.
       
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Bart 1 year ago
#8 That's the difference between taking your car to an "oil change guy" and a qualified mechanic.
       
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Tina 1 year ago
Bart, It probably failed sometime in the past and dropped when replaced. I do that all the time with nuts,bolts,and screws.
       
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Nick 1 year ago
#21 These actually work. I use the small, suction cup attached to an extending pole to replace light bulbs.
       
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Mindy 1 year ago
Nick,

I remember using and dropping a light bulb from one of these in the late 90s in a department store thank goodness the department store was closed. It was about a 25 to 30 foot drop, the noise of the bulb crashing to the marble floor was deafening throughout the closed store at the time.
       
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Ellen 1 year ago
#16 if it was in the kitchen, than it might have been used as a food shredder. Both devices are made very much the made, although most shredders are on the side of a square grater.
       
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Rox 1 year ago
#12 No, its not. It is a variation of a comedone extractor. The little hole is where the blackhead sprouts out.
       
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Monty 1 year ago
Wow, alot of these worry me that people didn't know what they were.
       
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Edyth 1 year ago
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#3 lift for dirty laundry to basement; for food from kitchen

#15 blanks for powdered drugs - capsules empties
       
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Maris 1 year ago
#13 That answer was not helpful in any way.
       
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"What is this small tool found among antique sewing supplies? Metal with a cupped eye on the end and a handle that resembles ivory."

A: "It’s for earwax removal."

 

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