SOLD! for $351.00.
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3 vintage cast iron items. 1st item: Bailey-Burruss Mfg. Co. Atlanta clipper ship doorstop, footed form, raised mark on back, 11-1/4" h x 10-1/2" W. 2nd item: Cast iron Conestoga Wagon doorstop, marked Copyright 1930 on back. 8-3/4"h x 11" W. 3rd item: Cast iron "Jolly" figural mechanical bank, African American man in red shirt with white collar and blue bow tie. Coin inserted in man's hand slides into his mouth as tongue lifts and eyes roll up. Unmarked. 5"H. Provenance: the estate of Elsie Seabrook, Tunica, Mississippi. Condition: Ship doorstop has significant wear to sails, other items have light to moderate wear. Bank is functional with some coins still in bottom of bank.