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01/21/2020 04:55 PM
(2) OLD CAST IRON “BOSTON TERRIERS” DOORSTOP
Age: Est 80+ years
Size: See Comments
Comments: Two old full body cast iron door stops, both with two pieces held together at the belly with an original screw. One is 6 1/2” tall and 8 1/2” long, the other is 8 1/2” tall and 8 long. The smaller one is is very rare and is marked “Skoog” (Karl Frederick Skoog 1878 – 1934) on the bully collar. It is made by the Dutka Liebl Manufacturing Company and is a Boston Terrier War Dog (WWI). The tail is very short and the dog is facing left. The larger one is unmarked but likely Hubley and is right facing. Both appear to have original paint with some loss and abrasions. The dogs are Boston Terriers with typical tuxedo markings. Surface grime and soiling, they have not been cleaned. No breaks or cracks.
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