This old tin is for the WrapLock product by the Hanler Corp. of Mount Vernon, New York. An illustration of the clamp is on the front of the tin stating “For Outside Diameter Use” with sizes. Apparently Wrap Lock could be used to clamp almost anything and would conform well. Inside there are several pieces of strapping that appear to be stainless steel. There is one long coil and two short pieces with bent ends. The band material is approximately ½” wide. There are also 24 D shaped “buckles” with the WrapLock name and a ratchet tool that also has the WrapLock name. The side of the tin is marked like a tape measure with ¼” increments and there is a slot where the band can be pulled out from the inside, measured and cut off. I believe this is from the 1930’s or 1940’s.
The tin measures about 6 ¼” diameter by 1 ¼” deep and is in fair condition with nice gloss and some scratches, light rust and edge wear. The parts inside seem to be in generally good condition although I don’t know how the ratchet works so I don’t know if it works properly. This is being sold as-is with everything described and pictured to the best of my ability.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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