Well i apologize as i can not figure out how to paste a picture here so if anyone is willing to help me out please contact me so i can email you a picture. I am always looking for tools at garage sales and the like. Every now and then i find a good buy as i did this weekend. five bucks got me a box of some older tools. a few pipe wrenches, a flairing tool, a few metal files etc. And then there is this one item which i haven't a clue what it is used for. Google wasn't much help with the exception of dating of the company late 1800's early 1900's. the only markings i can find on it is EC ATKINS & CO. indianapolis indiana. no numberss of any kind that i can see. it appears to be a crimper of some sort, but not for electrical applications. i thought maybe a nibbler for sheet metal but that's not right. Anyone willing to take a look at a picture of this thing and maybe help me to figure out what it is? Thanks
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