1031. 3-1/2" diameter:
1032. 7" long, thanks to Simon for submitting this device:
1033. The longer part measures 66" and the smaller piece is 28" long, take a look at Neatorama for more guesses on this tool.
1034. 15" long:
A newer model:
1035. Over ten stories tall, this tower was built for a specific purpose:
It was constructed around 1917:
1036a. 24" long, patented in 1904, next to the compass on the left is an aperture with a mirror several inches below it, a second aperture is on the lower part of the right end:
1036b. 30" long:
Last week's set is seen below, click here to view the entire post:
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