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1.69.3654
Handy Twine Knife/Upper Sand...
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1.69.3654 | L: 1.25 in, width: 1.25 in, H: .75 in | Gift of Mr. Victor Alexander, Jr. | Around band: HANDY TWINE KNIFE/UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO/5 | To be kept together as a collection and not to be disposed of. Finger twine cutter. Aluminum band with two rivets attaching a small sickle-shaped blade that faces band. Inscription around band. Unknown use in saddle making, perhaps meant to cut twine on hay bales. | 1.69.3654.JPG | Finger twine cutter. | aluminum | Handy Twine Knife/Upper Sandusky, Ohio

1.69.3651
Handy Twine Knife/Upper Sand...
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1.69.3651 | L: 1.25 in, width: 1.25 in, H: .875 in | Gift of Mr. Victor Alexander, Jr. | Around band: HANDY TWINE KNIFE/UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO/8 | Finger twine cutter. Aluminum band with two rivets attaching a small sickle-shaped blade that faces band. Inscription around band. Unknown use in saddle making, perhaps meant to cut twine on hay bales. | 1.69.3651.JPG | Finger twine cutter. | aluminum | Handy Twine Knife/Upper Sandusky, Ohio

1.69.3652
Handy Twine Knife/Upper Sand...
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1.69.3652 | L: 1.125 in, width: 1.25 in, H: .75 in | Gift of Mr. Victor Alexander, Jr. | Around band: HANDY TWINE KNIFE/UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO/5 | Finger twine cutter. Aluminum band with two rivets attaching a small sickle-shaped blade that faces band. Inscription around band. Unknown use in saddle making, perhaps meant to cut twine or hay bales. | 1.69.3652.JPG | Finger twine cutter. | aluminum | Handy Twine Knife/Upper Sandusky, Ohio

1.69.3653
Handy Twine Knife/Upper Sand...
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1.69.3653 | L: 1.25 in, width: 1.25 in, H: .75 in | Gift of Mr. Victor Alexander, Jr. | Around band: HANDY TWINE KNIFE/UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO/5 | Finger twine cutter. Aluminum band with two rivets attaching a small sickle-shaped blade that faces band. Inscription around band. Unknown use in saddle making, perhaps meant to cut twine on hay bales. | This is listed as a “twine cutter”—it may have originally been used for that, but Jim Ciaravella called it a “finger draw knife,” used for thinning leather - John Rumm 03/11/2014. | 1.69.3653.JPG | finger draw knife | Finger twine cutter. | aluminum | Handy Twine Knife/Upper Sandusky, Ohio