What is It? Game 79

Today's collaboration with What is it? blog brings us this object. Can you guess what it is? (No, it's not an axe!)

Place your guess in the comment section. No prize this week, so you're playing for bragging rights only.

For more clues, including larger pics, check out the What is it? blog. Good luck!

Update 10/31/08 - the answer is:
A George Washington Door Stop, by Newton Mfg Co., Newton, Iowa, in use it was stood on its head with the wedge going under the door.


Congratulations to ALC who go it right!

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Its not an axe or hatchet, or any kind of destructive cutting tool at all. It is a throngel, a specialized spatula for turning the delicate 'bismael' pancakes made ot Fesmaltin, an ancient Norweigian holiday celebrating the coming of Crodon, the pine bough maiden who brings tint to babies hair. Admittedly a rather minor and insignifigant goddess as pantheons go, but Norway is a cold and desolate place and the hardy Norse celebrate everything they can.
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It's a dilithium crystal articulation frame.
A device that holds a dilithium crystal within a starship's matter/antimatter reaction chamber.
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