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Cog Spanner

From the Collection of National Wool Museum 26 Moorabool Street Geelong Victoria

Description
Three prong spanner, two prong look like spanners while the third has two small metal prongs extending from flat metal arm edge. Hole is present in the middle where the three prongs meet
Size
11.5 x 11.5 x 0.7 (h,w,d in cm)
Object Registration
7837
Historical information
Cog spanner used for maintance on a sheering handpiece. This particular spanner belong to Maurice Dawson who was the foreman of the show floor of the Dennys Lascekkes building until his retirement after 34 years at the company. Maurice used the cog spanner in his work as a wool classer in rural Victoria and New South Wales.
When Made
1900-1980
Inscriptions & Markings
Inscription. Lettering: LISTER
Last updated
16 Jul 2019 at 10:27AM