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Object ID # 1991.021.013
Object Name Wrench, Socket
Lexicon category 4: T&E For Materials
Made Gray?
Place of Origin Unknown
Description Double-ended 1/2" and 5/8" socket wrench. This wrench has hexagonal sockets. The shank has an elbow curve on either end, leading up to the sockets. "4133" is impressed-stamped, as well as "GRAY NICKEL CHROME"
Makers mark "4133" is impressed-stamped, as well as "GRAY NICKEL CHROME"
Provenance Unknown provenance. Last belonged Gilbert Rice. Rice grew up in Massie, in Holland Township, Grey County. His father was George Rice. Gilbert became a mechanic and a member of the Bluewater branch of the Antique & Classic Car Club of Canada.
Collection Miscellaneous Tools & Equipment Collection
Material Metal (was nickel-chromed)
Dimensions W-5.7 L-22.6 D-2.2 cm
Found Owen Sound, Grey County
People Rice, Gilbert
Function A tool used for twisting/turning bolts or nuts.