`Tooth` of a mechanical harvester

Hooked piece of iron thought to be one of a row of many `teeth` from the blade of a mechanical harvester (tractor- or horse-drawn). The teeth would have combed and separated the crop, while a blade running back and forth along the teeth would have cut the crop. Sold in pairs from Brown`s shop in Balemartine. Found in a fireplace in Kenovay.

Object Details

Other Number: not specified
Normal Location: Main Store North: archive box 3
Current Location: display

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