1155. Submitted by a visitor who is looking to identify this tool:
1156. Appoximately 3" tall:
1157. 1-3/8" inside diameter, more guesses on this one at Neatorama:
1158. 22" long, patented in 1897:
1159. 8-3/4" long:
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