Sorry I can't come up with the answer but the bolt is a carriage bolt. I tried to look up uses for a very large carriage bolt but ran into a dead end. Is the tag an auction item number tag. If so you might refer back to the…"
"This antique brass flower pot from India is the closest example I could find to yours. That extra wide rim seems specific to flowers, but you don't see them THAT wide, especially when it has a small stem and base.
"Probably not a hay harpoon because they have tines on both sides for leverage. Whaling harpoon would be a better guess. Also can be used for any other large fish or aquatic animal. It does not appear to be very old however. I could be wrong, just…"
"Charles Lindbergh had something to do with this school. There was a Roosevelt Field Aviation School in NY. I searched eBay and there are a few letters with this address to Charles Lindbergh. Good Luck in your search."
"This is just one example of an Dogon or African medicine pot. Sometimes they are just called Kuduo (container) or Yoruba (ritual or ceremonial vessel). The figures seem to be wearing horse masks? I cannot find any particular…"
Hello Everyone,Can anyone help me identify these 2 items I found? The one is a metal vase with etchings on the sides and the other is metal with a removable lid with men holding it up and one for the handle. Any information would be greatly appreciated.thanks,BillSee More
Very interesting side note to your sign. 1) The Sweet Caporal sign was larger than life as a billboard on Pingle's Drug and Book Store in Medicine Hat, Alberta. The store is long gone but is still conserved. 2)…"
Thanks for your response. Here are the markings of all 4 porcelain figures. All are similar with the N 123 marking and a separate 3 along the edge. Found them in Carters.com website, link shown below.
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