Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Knuckle Dusters

Likely last used by a farmer with an attitude in central Nebraska. Possibly on that stubborn mule that simply would not move fast enough. Discovered while rummaging through a dirty tote of family heirlooms. Currently resides in an undisclosed location until the legal staff at Unidentified Family Objects determines the legality of possessing this item.

Not brass. Not rusty enough to be cast iron. Likely steel or some hard-metal alloy.

Unique Marks:

Unknown. For more information about brass knuckles in general, check out a book like History of Knuckle Dusters by David Grant.


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1 comment:

Paul Abbamondi said...

Huh, punching a stubborn mule. They'd also come in handy in a bar fight, I suspect.