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Old 05-17-2018   #1
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Here is GTCU #1959, which definitely won't fit into a breadbox. The entire image is part of the mystery object.


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Planter ?
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Not a planter, though I can see how you might think so. Not made of clay or terra cotta.
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Non-skid material, like for stairway
tread or for underneath a carpet ?
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Is this a heat-proof or especially
rust-resistant paint or coating ?
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Non-skid material, like for stairway
tread or for underneath a carpet ?

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Is this a heat-proof or especially
rust-resistant paint or coating ?

The surface is coated, but to the best of my knowledge the coating neither has nor needs special skid, rust, corrosion, or heat-resistant properties.
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Here is another image to scratch your head over:


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Playground item made to look like cheese ?
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You would be able to find these outside, but this one is not. This one, at least, is definitely not intended for children to play on, nor are most such items.


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Maybe it's a decoration... If I had one, would I hang it on the wall or set it on a surface?


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