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Need identification
Posted By Views Date Posted
Unregistered 3107 December 13, 1901
Price Paid Condition
Free/Undisclosed/Unknown Good


Description: Have taken entirely apart, no markings at all. Brass, Ebony Base, and cast aluminum (painted green). 5"w x 6"d x 4.25"h. When handle cranks, brass bowl drops against ebony base, then raises again. Brass bowl has a quick disconnect. Best guess is for separating particles of different masses or sizes?
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