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Object ID # 2008.004.316
Object Name Hammer
Lexicon category 4: T&E For Materials
Made Unknown
Place of Origin Unknown
Description Very simple, forged hammer, likely used for blacksmithing; however, the head is shaped like a cobbler's hammer. One end of the head is curved downward (for prying, but has no claw) and one end is flat, for hitting.
Provenance Unknown. It was found in Southern Ontario. It was last owned by Orme and Dorene Kilburn, of Stratford, Ontario, who collected vintage farm items.
Collection Blacksmith/Farrier Tools & Equipment Collection
Material Metal
Found Ontario