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Antique 1900 Industrial Display Dead Bolt in Solid Brass, Made in America

Antique 1900 Industrial Display Dead Bolt in Solid Brass, Made in America

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$25.00

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Overview

  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Craft type: Home improvement
  • Materials: brass, copper, antique metal, made in America, industrial arts, conversation piece, made 1900, dead bolt wall art, table display, man cave gift, quality brass OOAK, gift for inventor, patented 1900 USA
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Description

What a great conversation piece, a piece of American Industrial Art from 115 years ago.

Solid brass display main dead belt section for wall or table. Finely made, solid and weighty. Excellent and well-earned patina on the glowing antique brass. (It's the color of copper but it's actually high-quality brass.)
Marked on the back: Patented Oct. 23, 1900.
Mounts on a wall to display (if you like) using three existing holes. Will protrude 1.7" from wall. Or it can happily sit on a table or desk.

Shoppers beyond the US please contact me for a shipping price. Thank you.

7.3" L x 1.7" W x 2.1" H.

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Sold items always ship within 1 to 3 days of payment, barring postal holidays, tidal waves, nasty tornadoes, or blizzards--and except when there's some other dire emergency--but that hasn't happened yet! I try to ship as quickly as possible and to pack things as well and as lovingly and as safely as I am humanly able.

I usually use the USPS (US Postal Service) and I purchase insurance for expensive and/or delicate items. Track and Confirm is purchased by me for most shipments.

I ship internationally except to a few countries where packages have gone astray too often. International buyers are wholly responsible for taxes/customs fees that may apply in their countries when international packages arrive. These fees can vary from country to country and even from month to month. So heads up.
I can not legally mark International shipments as 'gifts' to save the buyer money with the customs people in their country -- that's a no-no.

If you need upgraded or expedited shipping, please contact me. Most things are distinctly possible. (Of course, wonderful possibilities can sometimes be costly. But you already knew that.)
Sold items always ship within 1 to 3 days of payment, barring postal holidays, tidal waves, nasty tornadoes, or blizzards--and except when there's some other dire emergency--but that hasn't happened yet! I try to ship as quickly as possible and to pack things as well and as lovingly and as safely as I am humanly able.

I usually use the USPS (US Postal Service) and I purchase insurance for expensive and/or delicate items. Track and Confirm is purchased by me for most shipments.

I ship internationally except to a few countries where packages have gone astray too often. International buyers are wholly responsible for taxes/customs fees that may apply in their countries when international packages arrive. These fees can vary from country to country and even from month to month. So heads up.
I can not legally mark International shipments as 'gifts' to save the buyer money with the customs people in their country -- that's a no-no.

If you need upgraded or expedited shipping, please contact me. Most things are distinctly possible. (Of course, wonderful possibilities can sometimes be costly. But you already knew that.)

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Gladys Glover wants her customers to be happy. It's also nice when they're amused, tickled, overjoyed, wide-eyed with thrilled astonishment, or just as pleased as Punch. Actually, even plain old 'completely satisfied with my purchase' will do in a pinch.
It's really that simple.

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