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H. WESTPHAL Hardware store wood screw carousel, 1874 Patent

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    Posted 4 months ago

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    Is it ok to ask for help about this item? NOT FOR SALE!
    Looking for when this item stopped being marketed, also who actually made it. I believe this 1 is for wood screws, did they make different ones for other hardware? Anyone know of parts that might be available? Any copies of advertising available? Thanks for looking.

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    1. dav2no1 dav2no1, 4 months ago
      Super cool piece. I understand this thing weighs about 200 pounds?
    2. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 4 months ago
      I’m so envious! I would gladly pay a restorer to bring that back as it looked in it’s heyday then use it to store and display jewelry and other small treasures.
    3. GDM, 3 months ago
      I have a similiar item, great condition(not as many layers). I posted pics on this sight - search under H Westphal. The link below is patent info. Parts are not available, although there are enough identical items on the piece to use them as molds to have replacements cast. I have not seen any advertising material, nor info about the mfr.

    4. wrenchguy wrenchguy, 3 months ago
      Thanks GDM, I believe I've found manufacturer through research i've done. Manufacturer was connected to the 1882 Westphal patented cabinet. I have reproduced the missing parts and in process putting it back together. I don't see your photos.
      Cabinet and foundry videos here.

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