My wife found this in an antique store amongst the hardware and automotive junk. In 5 years I've been unable to find out what it is. Anyone have a clue?
It just might be a tool for perforating belting to fit joiners having a series of teeth which are then bent over to hold them in place. There was usually a pin to make the connection. Wabco may be for something like Washington Belting Company.
Just me pondering from afar.
Allan from down under.
From the last photo, I'd say it is a hammer negralator.
Wabco could be Wagner or Westinghouse Air Brake Company. Jim
I was a millwright and i have laced many belts over the years using Clipper and Alligator but i have never seen the likes of that? Bud.
Well it's not a nose hair puller...lol I guess it's a ''wonder'' like the name says!
I have no idea, but in poking around the internet in my search, I found that there are a hell of a lot of different companies named WABCO.