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The item is made of metal.

I assume that is a 'Stand' of some type, but I could be totally wrong.

The bottom half of the 'Stand' can be freely rotated.

The circular 'Stand' has three equally spaced holes, which I assume could be used to screw the stand on to something.

The u-shape, at the top, has a rubber sleeve on each side, which can be easily removed.

There is no text anywhere on the item.

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seandogueBest Answer (author)2017-12-10

It's a wall-mounted guitar hanger.

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bravoechonovember1 (author)2017-12-09

looks to me like a guitar stand

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Thanks, I found this in the attic, and I did not have a clue what it was for; have Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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Tarl-Cabot (author)2017-12-11

Thanks all; I found this in an attic and I had no idea what it was.

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Matlek (author)2017-12-10

Yes, it looks like a guitar stand!

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iceng (author)2017-12-09

I agree with Rick, some kind of resting device. It is a bit short for a guitar rest and the base has provision for screw anchors which could also wall mount but rotation discounts that..

The item is just a bit out of focus as you can see a sharp focus shadow on the wall.

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iceng (author)iceng2017-12-09

But now that I'm looking with a sharper eye that focus on the wall is actually image deletion.. Still no guitar stand, I know rotates...

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rickharris (author)2017-12-09

My first guess was an oarlock see image

But with the padding I think guitar hanger is more likely.

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Downunder35m (author)rickharris2017-12-09

Spot on!
Indeed used for the sole purpose of utilising human power to propel a watercraft ;)

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