Antique G. & J.W. Hawksley Stag Powder Flask
Item #: G5006
Description: Powder flask with embossed full body stag, stag heads and oak leaves decorations. Graduated measure cap with open lever.
Materials: Embossed copper. Nickle plated measure cap.
Dimensions: Height: 9". Width: 4-1/2". Depth: 1-1/2".
Locality and Period: Sheffield, England. c.1900.
Comments: Marked "G. & J. W. Hawksley on measure cap. Very nice stag motif decoration for the black powder outdoorsman, hunter or reenactor.
Cast & Wrought Iron "Armillary" Garden Ornament
Item #: G5031
Description: Heavy cast iron base supporting wrought iron rings and cast iron arrow.
Materials: Cast & wrought iron.
Dimensions: Height: 26-1/2". Width: 21-1/2". Depth: 20".
Locality and Period: Unknown maker. c.1900.
Comments: An armillary sphere is a model of objects in the sky, consisting of a spherical framework of rings, centered on Earth or the Sun, that represent lines of celestial longitude and latitude and other astronomically important features, such as the ecliptic.
Antique Cast Iron Cummins' No.52 Perforating Machine
Item #: G4983
Description: Heavy cast iron desk top perforating machine in original paint having gold and red striping. Used to perforate/cancel stamps.
Materials: Painted & striped cast iron. Nickle handle cover.
Dimensions: Height: 9-3/4". Width: 11-1/2". Depth: 7-3/4".
Locality and Period: Chicago or New York. c.1892.
Comments: Model 52 from the B.F. Cummins Perforator Company of Chicago, Illinois. This machine has a width to accommodate a row of five regular sized stamps which necessitates a sheet of stamps being folded or separated in half prior to the perforating operation. These groups of pins forming the set of initials are so spaced that when one-half sheet of regular sized stamps are perforated, the design appears in the center of each stamp. It is common, therefore, to find more recent stamps with their varying sizes having split or off-center perforations and, of course, double-sized stamps will contain part of an extra set of initials, or two sets due to the width of the stamp.
Antique Brass Jesus, Mary & Joseph Base Crucifix
Item #: G4982
Description: Brass crucifix on 3 sided base having busts of Jesus, Virgin Mary & Joseph. Cast iron weight inside base with an iron square nut.
Materials: Brass. Cast iron weight & nut.
Dimensions: Height: 13-1/2"". Width: 5-3/4". Depth: 3-1/2".
Locality and Period: Unmarked. c.1900.
Comments: Nice table top or mantle sized crucifix.
Antique Cast Iron Umbrella/Fireplace Stand
Item #: G4684
Description: Cast iron stand having upper serpent head holders and ornate handle. Lower shell shaped drip pan.
Materials: Cast iron.
Dimensions: Height: 25-3/4". Width: 13". Depth: 10-1/2".
Locality and Period: Foundries throughout the U.S. c.1900.
Comments: Used to hold umbrellas or store fireplace tools.
Pair Early Wrought Iron with Brass Finial Andirons
Item #: G4022
Description: Pair hand wrought iron andirons with wrought iron "Fire Dogs" having brass ball finials.
Materials: Wrought iron. Brass finials.
Dimensions: Height: 21-1/2". Width: 10". Depth: 17".
Locality and Period: American. 19th Century.
Comments: Fine wrought iron craftsmanship. Original brass ball finials.
Price: ***SALE***WAS: $195.00, NOW: $145.00*** Pair
Pair Antique Cast Iron Architectural Stars & Mounting Brackets
Item #: G4211
Description: Pair cast iron stars painted in a Confederate grey with iron mounting brackets.
Materials: Cast iron.
Dimensions: Height: 9". Width: 9-1/4". Depth: 25".
Locality and Period: Unknown American foundry. c.1875.
Comments: These are the REAL things, not the reproduction items easily found. The 24 inch long iron mounting brackets were installed through 3 layers of bricks to stabilize architectural construction or as decorative elements.
Price: $95.00 Pair
Cast Metal Mythical Plaque
Item #: G2160
Description: Cast metal pendant plaque depicting mythical figures.
Dimensions: Width: 14-1/2".
Price: $165.00 NOW: $119.00