Any guesses?

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  1. Adbt

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    Of what this is ?
     
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    A child's sled?
     
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    Some sort of soil conditioner, type of harrow for small plots, pre internal combustion rotovator?
     
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    Looks like a sledge for threshing wheat or barley to me. How big is it ?
     
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    A seat for the navigator when she gets it wrong. It's fixed to the A Frame without wheels to make life interesting.
     
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    a ducking stool for witchs
     
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    Best guess is a towed rotivator that a young female could sit on for ballast. It has a mudguard to protect long flowing skirts, so it's probably 19th century.

    Interesting item - I've not seen one before. Where did you spot it @Adbt ?
     
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    Close but not quite .........
     
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    Is it an early type of seed drill?
     
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    Very very close , the narrowness is a clue to where it was utilised .......
     
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    Second guess, lawn aerator?
     
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    Now you've got me thinking. The styling on the wall suggests it may not be the UK we're talking about, so as a second guess I'm going for an ice breaker, possibly towed by a reindeer? Maybe Scandinavia or Russia? It is a sled after all. Then again, they'd probably just get used to ice and not bother. Hmmm.
     
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    a cricket pitch
     
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    It's a bum scratcher for Kim Kardashian.
     
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    i dont think the hook on it would be strong enough for anything as heavey as soil rotivation and they look like blades on the rollers so maybe it cuts slots into something like cloth?although it looks to narrow for a standard width of cloth
     
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    Felting?

    Brushing the lawn on paths in (eg) a knot garden?

    Wall of death?
     
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    Seed planter.
     
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    It's the Victorian equivalent of the modern day joy of sitting on a washing machine.
     
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    ......then it's for weeding between the rows at a vineyard (y)
     
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    The winner !
     
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