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    Posted 8 years ago

    Luckylady
    (30 items)

    It is about four inches high. Made of pewter, I think. Around the base of statute is in script: Ricardo. Then there are two initials engraved FC and DG or could be reverse as letters are on top of each other. On base is stamped 1930. It weighs 10 oz.
    Thanks for your help.

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    Comments

    1. Luckylady Luckylady, 8 years ago
      Ricardo could also be Ricardo being in script hard to tell.
    2. MrsGraham, 8 years ago
      Reminds me of a Hat Pin holder stand. I'm probably way off the mark.
    3. Luckylady Luckylady, 8 years ago
      Ricordo my tablet keeps wanting to spell for me :-(
    4. Luckylady Luckylady, 8 years ago
      Reminds me of a bunch of match sticks wound together, but doesn't hold any pins. etc. some type of sculpture.
    5. MrsGraham, 8 years ago
      Could you potentially slip pieces of paper or cards in between the metal sticks?
    6. Luckylady Luckylady, 8 years ago
      No, can't do that either. Makes a good paper weight, just wonder shay it represents.
    7. TubeAmp TubeAmp, 8 years ago
      A Fasces. It looks like the axe head is broken off.

      T A
    8. OlofZ OlofZ, 8 years ago
      During the thirties a common symbol for fascist parties, hence the name. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Fascist_Party
    9. OlofZ OlofZ, 8 years ago
      Ricordo in Italian is remembrance, memory, in commemoration.
    10. Luckylady Luckylady, 8 years ago
      TA! YOU NAILED IT RIGHT ON! AND THANKS FOR ALL THE SUPPORT FROM YOU FAITHFUL OTHERS! I got up this morning and looked to the side and sure enough I could see where something had been soldered at one time and is missing, the axe! I found this years ago at a yard sale in Ca. Mystery Solved!
    11. TubeAmp TubeAmp, 8 years ago
      Glade I could help.

      T A

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