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What is it? Game 44

This week's collaboration with What is it? Blog brings us this strange contraption: can you guess what it is for?

Place your guess in the comment section - one guess per comment, please! You can guess as many times as you'd like. Please post no URL, so others can play. No prize this week - you're playing for fun and bragging rights only.

For more clues, check out What is it? Blog.

Update 11/9/07 - the answer is:
"The X Rays Egg Tester", manufactured by The Reeves-Rigling Egg Tester Co., Hamilton, Ohio, Patent number 940,361. Also known as an egg candler, these were used for detecting embryonic development or for separating shell eggs.


Congratulations to Bill #14 who got it right!

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Great guesses, guys! The answer is Egg Candler (guessed right by Bill #14).

I agree with c-dub #35. Randall is definitely a genius and the best part of this blog. I wouldn't dare go head to head with him in a game of Balderdash.
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