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enter image description hereDoes anyone know how this was used. I believe it came from a hardware store. Bottom is flat and smooth and weighs a little over a lb.

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    I'm more curious about the antique camera that puts time stamps on the image. :P Any holes or indentations on the ends? – isherwood Mar 20 at 13:57
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    BTW, you might have more luck at woodworking.stackexchange.com. – isherwood Mar 20 at 13:57
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That looks like a flatter used in the hat making process.

Used for flattening the felt.

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I don't think it is a woodworking tool. I believe it is a lead paddle tool used in automotive body work. It is used to shape the lead used to seal seams, fill dents etc.

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  • It would be charred if it had been used with solder. . I have watched solder body work , it required no pressure , like moving oatmeal around . The trick was preventing the solder from flowing off . – blacksmith37 Mar 21 at 0:12

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