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Extractor, tooth, also called a turnkey or tooth key. An instrument for pulling teeth. Wooden "T" shaped handle; straight metal shaft, and rotating hook on end of shaft. Made by a blacksmith in Haralson, Georgia, for the grandfather of William Davis, of Senoia, Georgia, in about 1850. Was in use for many years, and finally given to Dr. J. D. L. Tench of Gainesville, Florida.
L: 6 3/4" W:3 5/8" D: 7/8"
Location:500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399