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0.57" diameter x 1.04" high. Mounting flange w/ holes on 0.8" centers. Fiberglass insulating base with two terminals marked - and +. Gold-plated inside and out. Two leads inside connect to a spiral coil on the face of the device. What is it? We don't know.
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Chris Atwood from Virginia
Possible Use?
It looks like a cigarette lighter - the type that is found in a car that heats up in the 12v plug, then the coil gets red hot when electricity is applied to light the cigarette.

Harry W. Hadelich from Caracas, Venezuela
Gas convection Heater Pilot Assembly
A company called Grainger
lists this item as a repair part for a Gas Convection Heater,20,000 BtuH Input,LP under the following description:
80063 Assy,pilot L.p.

A customer from North Carolina
i know what it is
I work with these. They are intended for military use mainly. They are a type of directional antenna used for detecting where a radar lock is coming from. Four of them are generally used on a vehicle, mainly aircraft. They are placed in each of the four corners. Civilian use could range from simple radar detector antennas to detecting where a source of rf interference in the radar bands are coming from.

A customer from Portland, OR
"A customer from North Carolina" nailed it.
It's also what inside of the nose of a HARM missile looks like, except bigger.

A customer from Arkansas
These would be great for a dopplar system on a vehicle. Hams have used them in search and rescue to locate weak radio signals.