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Antique door knocker. Brass Green Man or spirit of the forest door knocker and is adorned with images of berries, flowers and leaves. Has both a British registry mark and foundry mark. The date mark is January 2, the year is faint, looks to be either 1869 (H) or 1874 (U). The foundry mark may be James Collins of Birmingham. This particular registry mark was used between 1868 and 1883.

Condition: The knocker has been ever so slightly bent at one time and leans to the left but this does not affect it's functionality. Would look amazing on the front door of an old Victorian home. Made of solid brass. The backplate is aged and oxidized since it has not been handled as much..the striker is a bit shinier since oils from hands have kept it from oxidizing.

Measures approx. 8 1/2" long, 3 1/2" across at its widest point, 1 1/4" deep

Antique Door Knocker, Green Man Spirit of the Forest, 1800s England

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Material: brass
  • Feedback: 1629 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Texas, United States.
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