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Posted by garlicjim Deserts of NM (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 11, 12 at 11:54

I acquired this metal "thingy" in a box of other antiques. I don't know what it is. Do you?

It has a long, thin handle like a spoon, but the working end is round and flat.

I'm thinking it has something to do with soldering or bronzing. but not really sure. Need to know what to call it, cuz I'm gonna list it on eBay.

The piece is 8" long.

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RE: whtizzit?

I use one of these 'thingys' every morning, to put sugar
into my coffee. Mine used to have a rounded bottom until
my LOVELY bride started hitting me on the head with it.

I'm guessin it's worth about $3,000, if in good shape.

RE: whtizzit?

Maybe it's a "dieter's spoon" (smile). I know I'd starve to death trying to eat with it.

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