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  1. Thanks for the love Patsea & Tom.
  2. @hnjrhendrix3- No, I have not. Riply206 commented with information regarding the history of the company, but the comment has been deleted. Perhaps, you could contact Riply206 for the information.
  3. Feliz Navidad, Virginia!
  4. Yes, it would make a sweet centerpiece.
  5. So cute
  6. Thanks for looking and the compliments blunderbuss2, A-rose, & idcloisonne. I have cooked on all but one that needs to be re-seasoned- I think it could be paint. I thought about taking a torch to it t...
  7. Thanks antiquerose!
  8. That is my uncle Billy and his great uncle Billy. I love it. I think I have seen that print/photo somewhere. I'll keep an eye out for it.
  9. OK. Sounds good to me.
  10. Jewels, I noticed you have several fireplaces, oh yeah they are yummy! The outside decks look wet and cold. That day looks perfect for a fire, a good book, and a hot drink. The house is beautiful and ...
  11. Blunderbuss2- The more time that passes the more I think I will try to salvage it. I am going to put it somewhere for another time. Thanks for the encouragement.
  12. Thank you Jewels. Interesting?? Lol. I was going to use the blades hanging from the ceiling as one unit then individually, but I decided on this. This display does not give me enough room to hang the ...
  13. Blunderbuss2- Thanks, I am emotionally spent. The stove is small enough to be a novelty item that is portable. I wanted to make a wheeled cart for it. I even thought about using it for demonstrating c...
  14. I guess I will have to use this in place of the Chimenia instead of my four burner :(.
  15. Jewels :)
  16. Thanks Roy.
  17. Here is an update - I am heart broken. I had envisioned placing this stove where my cast chimenea is- this would make a much better conversation piece. I inspected every piece and welded the broken an...
  18. Hi Jewels, I was hoping that it has some historical value as it is for my personal collection. I wish I kept the sticker for closer scrutiny as it is now removed. I am hoping the sticker did have sacr...
  19. Can anyone help me identify the design inside the pot? The six sided star, could be the shield or star of David. I observed something similar on a Russian site for copper cookware; it seemed to focus ...
  20. Thanks, Riply206- Thant is good information I will look into further.
  21. Jewels, I must confess there might have been an inkling of consideration to the $2.5 million Deutsche Bank bearer bonds I thought might be contained, lol, in that vessel when I ground those rivets off.
  22. Lol........, yes. I had spent some time trying to get the combination but the lock seems to be a higher quality than the typical lock. Since I was more concerned about using the bag as a satchel I rem...
  23. Thanks Jewels. That will give me some kind of a start.
  24. I have one similar to this as well - original owner.
  25. Thanks for the love aghcollect
  26. "IMHO" means In My Humble Opinion.
  27. Etching press?
  28. IMHO: If a wide flat chain was run from from the upper idle pulley down to the lower gear, with both sides of the chain on the left side of the upper roller's gear, it should permit the upper roller a...
  29. I do not know what it is but I want one. I think it was a hard rolling press of some sort. It appears the upper and lower rollers were once linked via chain. The upper roller has very little allowable...
  30. The prices are all over the place. Apparently, it is called a "Smoking Stand" and tobacco was kept inside. The few that I recently read about were for pipe tobacco, but I guess you could put cigars in...
  31. I thought it was a cooler or refrigerator at first. I also like the idea that it might be a humidor. I will keep my eye out for one of these if it is a humidor.
  32. Sometimes there is an Ora to these things. I do not know how many times I thought "What is it?" but I wanted it and sometimes purchased it anyway.
  33. I have some house clocks that I have purchased for the case and some house clocks that I have purchased for the mechanical movement. In my opinion, your value will be based on the metal case and the a...
  34. The best way to determine the value of that watch is to take it to a jeweler and have them test the INSIDE of the rear case cover for silver/white gold. If it is silver or gold it will determine t...
  35. The link doesnt work. Cas-Ker Jewelers Supplies type " Hands " into the search
  36. Virginia, does the watch work? You could probably get some hands for next to nothing. This site is from the US and might be expensive to ship, if available, but at least it gives you and idea. Pret...
  37. That is a beautiful piece. I believe the large stone is resin based on the circular sprue on the back. Still, it is very lovely.
  38. Beautiful! I love mechanical clocks. You can see, by the surface wear/soiling on the rear cover, that someone used that clock for many years. It was probably very special to the owner.
  39. I would check those areas again, and the movement, with a magnifying glass. Usually, the marks are very tiny and are difficult to see with the naked eye.
  40. Can the casting mold gate marks on stoves be an accurate way to estimate the manufacture date?
  41. Oh, and something that old in white metal may be silver.
  42. Hello Vv - You could open up the rear of the case and it should have dates and the initials of the Horologist which cleaned or serviced it. You may need 10X magnification to see this information. At t...
  43. In photo # 3, I wonder if the"8" represents August, and if the "18" represents 1800, and if the "D" represents the fourth letter for 04? Guessing of course, this stove was manufactured in the month of...
  44. I finally got this stove taken apart. There are gate marks on many of the flat pieces. I guess these gate marks take this stove back to the 1800's? I'll post the photos in this folder. Thanks for read...
  45. I think I am going to search for another saw blade and add one more to permit the storage of more of my collection. Would that be too much? What do you think?
  46. Thank you blunderbuss2 & racer4four!
  47. That is a nice find. It is amazing how good it looks after such a long time. I love it!
  48. I think I like the open glass block better. The only problem with this configuration is that it closes the space between the table and the wall and the chair might strike a hanging pot.
  49. Thanks. I added an additional saw blade below the block window and cleared the view of the glass block- it looks so much cleaner.
  50. Yeah, it is a little small, but when I stoked her the heat really cranked out. It is a coal stove and I guess coal would be more efficient in terms of fuel usage-v- cook heat. The nice thing about thi...
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