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Original Antique Hardware Restored to Working Order

Ed Donaldson Hardware Restorations

BOOT SCRAPERS
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Reference # 997-834

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Vintage cast iron seafaring Captain doorstop manufactured early 20th century.   This heavy doorstop (5 pounds) is 7 1/2" high overall with the base measuring 4 7/8" across the back of the stand x 2 1/2" deep.  Made with very nice detail and in good condition.  Looks like original paint finish in dark brown with a black base.

Early 20th Century Seafaring Captain Doorstop
Price $ 95.00

     

 


Reference # 997-471

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Side mount boot scraper in iron measuring 5 3/4" overall height and extending 5 1/2" out when mounted.  Top mount has two mount holes and an additional mount hole at the bottom of the brace.  Very nice conditon American mid-19th century side mount scraper.

Iron Side
Mount Boot Scraper
Price $ 55.00

 

   


    Reference # 997-175

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  Early wrought iron foot scraper, early 19th century.  The scraper is bolt mounted and can be mounted into any surface - the mount extensions each have three bolt holes and extend 5 5/8" x 5/8" wide.  The scraper itself is 6 1/2" high x 8 1/4" across the top.  Backward scrolls are 2 3/8" in diameter.  The scrape blade is 7 1/2" x 2" and shows a small amount of wear on the top.  Side uprights are 3/8" square.  Blade is mortised into uprights with two  tenons each side. Does not come with mounting bolts as what it is mounted into will determine what type of bolts must be used.  Nicely aged original patina - not newly restored.

Wrought Iron Foot Scraper
Price $ 175.00

     


Reference # 997-439

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Very rare ornate side mount scraper in cast iron measuring 6" overall and extending 6 1/2" out when mounted.  The screw-in mount extends 1 3/8" and the bottom of the brace has additional screw hole for secure mounting.  Well cast and highly unusual to find an ornate side mount boot scraper such as this.  In the original patina showing much of the original finish.  Very nice unusual example of an American mid-19th century boot scraper.

Cast Iron Decorative Side
Mount Screw-in Boot Scraper, Circa 1850
Price $ 175.00

       


Reference # 997-440

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Early wrought iron foot scraper, early 19th century.  The scraper is bolt mounted and can be mounted into any surface - the mount extensions each have two bolt holes and extend 4".  The scraper itself is 5 1/2" high x 7 1/4" across the top.  Front scrolls are nicely formed.  The scrape blade shows appropriate but not excessive wear on the top.  Blade measures 4 3/4" between uprights. Does not come with mounting bolts as what it is mounted into will determine what type of bolts must be used.  In good structural condition and original patina - not recently restored but well cared for.

Early Wrought Iron Foot Scraper
Price $ 125.00

      

 


Reference # 997-366

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Vintage cast iron golfer doorstop manufactured by John Wright - Wrightsville Foundry in Wrightsville, PA mid 20th century.  Wrightville Foundry has been in operation since the 1880's and have become very collectible pieces of well cast iron.  This heavy doorstop is 10" high overall with the base measuring 7" across x 2" deep.  Made with very nice detail and in good condition.  Signed on the back John Wright - Cast in U.S.A.

John Wright Cast Iron Golfer Doorstop
Price $ 65.00

       



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