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Unknown brass valve?


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Default Unknown brass valve?

Wanted to post this picture of heavy brass valve/spout and would like to see what some here may say it could be from or ever seen one? Only thing I could find on this was the number “41”. Appriciate any info out there.
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Maybe a whiskey/beer barrel tap?
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Maybe a whiskey/beer barrel tap?
That would be my guess, though the ones I'm familiar with have a slower taper with shallow lengthways ridges.

I'm intrigued by the markings along the middle of the tape measure. What do they signify?

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Default Re: Unknown brass valve?

George, its pretty odd tap. I figure post it here, maybe someone could tell me what the 41 means? I looked on the net last evening till I got the screen headache then posted it here. maybe someone out there has an identical who can share some info. thanks for reaching out.
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Is the nut metric?
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