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BID DATE:
06/25/2017 03:52 PM
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GENUINE “ROYAL” HORSESHOE SET (WITH METAL CASE)
Age. Less than 50 years old
Composition. Metal
Size. Varies
Rating: 8
Comments. The metal case is a” HANDYMAN” tool chest no.891 that was made by Stanley. There are is a handle on its side and snap closures in the front. It has wear on the paint, minor surface rust as well as soiling/stains but is in very sturdy shape and houses the horseshoe set. The horse shoes are solid metal and are stamped” ROYAL, St. Pierre, Worcester Mass”. They are stamped either one or two and come with a pair of 24” high solid steel pins. The set is in good shape with no breaks having normal use wear, have some dents, and have minor surface rust. Just in time for summer you can have some old-fashioned entertainment for your backyard.

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