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01/19/2020 07:41 PM
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OLD CAST IRON “COLONIAL SOLDIER” BOOKEND

Age. More than 75 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 5 ˝” high/wide x 2” date
Rating: 8
Comments. Made of cast-iron it has a solid base with an indented back on the design of George Washington on his horse. It is stamped in the back” 234” and it still has its original felt piece on the bottom. It depicts George riding on horseback as his troops follow him in the background. This item is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, some minor surface rust and has some soiling. Give it a cleaning and the Father of Our Country will help hold up your antique book collection.

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