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   I am always picking up old and unusual items at yard sales, Goodwill and wherever else I my find them. I am usually successful at eventually determining what an item is but this time I am stumped. It is made of metal, has 3 different adjustable spots that look to hold an item and it stands 22" tall. Stamped into it is the following: MFG. BY F.G. STANLEY, 27 SCHOOL ST. BOSTON. I have included pictures as there isn't much more to say about it.

Thanks for any help!

I can be directly contacted at: 100.j.o.n.e.s.y@gmail.com


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It almost looks like it could hold some sort of musical instrument?  Post this whole discussion on WHADJA FIND TODAY, and they will go to work for you to help you figure it out.


I was attempting to do that but the instructions state " To Add a NEW POST begin by scrolling down the Discussion Forum Section and clicking on "Add a Discussion". This will open up a new window so that you can add a new post.". There is no "Add a Discussion" at the bottom that I can see - so I posted it in the only spot that I could find. I will try again. maybe I missed it...

Thanks for the response!

Yeah, it is looking like the musical instrument. But cannot figure out what actually it is.


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