This old office essential of yesteryear is certainly obsolete today but brings back good memories. The shaped pierced back is 6" long and 3 1/4" wide. It was painted green and has no visible marks. A long curved wire prong is curved upward to hold papers. This is great for hanging keys, dog leashes or posting notes.
I have a pair of old wooden stirrups that I will sell as a pair or individually. They measure approx 5 1/2" high and 4 1/4" wide. The second one is 4 1/2" wide. They have been well cared for but the wider one has some wear to the wood in the bend and shows stress there. These were obviously displayed with the rawhide strips attached. Great for hanging kitchen towels.
This primitive old piece is made of Tin and was once painted green. COMB CASE is impressed on the front. At the top there is an insignia or shield design. This piece measures 6 5/8" high and 6 5/8" wide.
This piece is made of tin. The round back has a crinkled edge and a pounded looking surface. The two match holders have a ribbed front for striking the matches. The Tidy box is made of tin in a waffle pattern with a row of piercing at the top and bottom. There is a small mirror diagonally set on the front. It is marked Pat 88, I assume it is 1888. It is 10" in diameter. The tidy box is 6" tall and each match holder is 1 3/4" tall.
This rustic old piece is made of tin and was never painted. It is 11" high and 8 5/8" wide. The condition is fair with the tin needing cleaning as well as the mirror. The mirror is mounted diagonally on a shaped back.
This rustic old piece has a very good mirror set at a diagonal. The box is made of tin which was once painted yellow. The shaped back is very attractive. It measures 11 1/4" high and 8 1/2" wide. It is in fair condition with missing paint and some slight denting near the bottom.
Here is a 1776-1976 bicentennial 200th anniversary calendar plate. It is in mint condition except for some gold wear around t edge. It is about 9 1/4" across. It is marked spencer gifts, dated 1975. Email if you have any questions.
This is not something you see every day! Its called a lazy jenny. It is for winding wool after you spin it into yarn. A great old primitive. Everything is hand carved and its put together with pegs and dowels. Six removeable spokes come out of their sockets for storage. Great condition, its all there.Email for more photos
Centennial for Liberty 1886-1986 Ruler is 12 inches long made of plastic with red/white/blue colors. Lady Liberty is featured at the top and reads Keep the Torch Lit! it is copyright 1982. The ruler is sold AS IS/USED does have some shelf wear but is not broken/cracked. The back shows some pencil marks. Will mail USA address for $4.00. Any questions please email me.