Dockers Hook

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The Dokers hook was used for moving bags of grain also including Coffe, maize and spices.This was used by somene called a Doker who worked on the docks.

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  • 1. At 17:34 on 30 August 2012, brian wrote:

    this is a picture of a case hook, bag hooks have a wider end wieth small spikes on, to gripe the sacking cloth which the bags are made of when thay are pulled down from the top of the pile.

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