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05/17/2022 06:31 AM
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OLD CAST IRON DOORSTOP “JUMPING HORSE”


Rating: 8
Comments. Made of cast-iron this doorstop measures 4 ¾” high, 5” wide, 2 ¼” deep and is more than 75 years old. It features a horse jumping over a fence with its rider firmly grasping the reins and has casting details on the front as well as back. It still maintains the original felt pad on the bottom and this doorstop is heavy for its size. The gold paint has wear, missing spots and some scratches/scrapes. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear and has some light soiling. Give it a cleaning and you’ll be able to hold the doors of your stable open the old-fashioned way with this one.


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