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What the Heck Is It?

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Default What the Heck Is It?

EBay seller advertised as a metal forming press for stagecoach parts. I don’t believe it.
I suspect 1900 or earlier.
It sure looks good in the old shop!
I don’t see one identifying number or patent date or manufacturer’s marking.
It’s about 33” tall by 13” wide by 3” or 4” deep.
It’s very well made and appears to have all kinds of things going on simultaneously. It’s heavy but I lugged it into the shop by myself.
If it helps at all it came from an old barn in New England.
Please tell me what it is.
Thanks In Advance.
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