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Group of early American tin ware including 2 punched tin foot warmers, 2 lanterns, 13 punched cones, and a paint decorated flax hatchel. The paint decorated flax hatchel has red and black designs on a yellow field including a hexagonal star design and the name A. M. Hassenplug. The two tin punched foot warmers have turned columns at corners and punched tin designs including hearts and diamonds. The two tin lanterns include one with a hexagonal tin punched star design and the other with glass panes and circular embossed designs. The tallest lantern is 14-1/2" H, the painted hatchel is 22-1/8" L, and the strainers are 3" diam. 19th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: Condition – one tin punched foot warmer missing a turned column, rust and loss to top tin panel. Lantern with circular embossed patterns has loose hinge to door. Lantern with punched hexagonal stars missing handle.