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    Mystery Item Identification

    Good afternoon to everyone.

    I have this mystery item that came with a few WW1 Germanicon/Austro-Hungarianicon small relic odds and end items that the eBay seller said were found in a Austro-Hungarian trench in the Ukraine. Some of the items are obviously WW1 German and there is a Austro-Hungarian dog tag but I am not sure on what this item is.

    The hole looks to be threaded and it looks like it could be some kind of "winder" or "pin handle" other than that I have no idea on what it is?



    Any suggestions on what it is will be greatly received. Many thanks for any replies.
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