|Object Name||Gauge, Marking|
|Description||Marking gauge has two long squared metal rods, each with a pronounced spike end turned to side. Rods fit through two holes in a thin, flat, blade that serves as a spring to secure rods in position as they slide against each other.|
|Made||Eppley, William J. (1882-1973)|
|Used||Eppley, William J.|
|Dimensions||H-2 W-1 L-16 inches|
Eppley, William J.
|Year Range from||1920|
|Year Range to||1940|