This galvanized bait pail would be a very nice addition to your collection.The pail measures 7" high by 6" wide.It is missing some paint and is scratched some.
This is a sadiron embossed Taylor Forbes Guelph Canada. It is in very good condition. Wouldn't take much to clean it up.
This item is a Wearever cast aluminum cornstick pan.It is marked No. 2797, Wearever Aluminum Trademark, Taco, Co., Made in U.S.A. Age is between 1920's and 1940's. Demensions are 13" long by 5 5/8" wide.
This is a pair of antique H.K.Porter bolt cutters in working condition. I did oil the tool just to make sure everything worked. There is some surface rust and some of the original black finish is gone. Otherwise I feel it is in very good condition. Cast into one side of the handles is Pat. Oct 18.92, Trademark HKP. On the head it says Everett, Mass.USA. On the other side it says Porter's "New Easy", Size No. 0. For 5-16 inch bolts. The cutters measure 1" X 5 1/4" X 19"
I'm not sure how old this item is, but it would make a great gift for a golf enthusiast. It is 6" long by 3 3/8" wide.
This is a real nice item. It's a two sectional glue pot made in Marietta, P.A. and is numbered 0. It stands 4 1/2" tall by 6" wide. Some of the enamel is missing on the inside of the smaller pot. Otherwise it's in good shape.
I believe the body of the horse is made of zinc, but I'm not absolutely sure. If it was painted, most of it is gone. There are traces of red paint left on it. The horse itself measures 9.5" high X 11" wide. The directional is 23.5" long. It has 2 bullet holes and three others that look like beebee holes. None of these went through to the other side. There is also some seam separation and split damage on the body itself. The rod is in good solid shape...
Bronze medallion struck by Tiffany & Co. with original box. 77.1 mm. Medal portrays an Indian Chief on the left clasping hands with a crowned and robed female figure. On this side of the medallion it says--- Given in honor of the guests who attended the dedication ceremonies on the opening of the building of the Chamber of Commerce. On the other side it says To commemorate the opening of the building of the Chamber of Commerce of the state of New York Nov.11 1902.
This nice brass kettle circa 1800's measures 9 1/2" in diameter by 6" tall (10 1/2" to the top of the iron handle) It is in very good condition with no damage.
I have two of these for sale. Would look very nice on your wall as decorative pieces or use them to hold small pictures. The largest one measures 8 3/4" wide by 10 1/8" tall and is shiney. The smaller one is 9 3'8 tall by 8 1/8 wide and dull. If you wish to buy the pair the cost would be $25.00
On the back it says 18-7, Dream Boy, copyright 1949, V.A. Metalcrafters, Waynesboro, VA., WK, and the Metalcrafters logo. He stands 9" tall by 7" wide by 3" deep and is in very good condition. Just two very small scuff marks on him.
This is a unique flour sifter, you hold the handle and shake it sideways to sift the flour. You'll see what I mean when you see the pictures. There is no name on the sifter. I believe it dates to the 1940's or earlier. There is some surface rust on it.