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    Posted 9 years ago

    railman
    (30 items)

    A small wire display with some interesting wires. From top to bottom;
    Haish Concave Rail & Crimp Barb (926 B in Hagameier). Patented 1885
    Upham Figure Eight Barb on Parallel Strands (490 B). Patented 1876
    Pond's Vented Barb (1316 B). Patented 1883
    Mihills Grooved Plate & Spur Wheel (738 B). Patented 1882
    Upham Snail Barb on Twisted Oval Strand (111 B). Patented 1883
    Dodge Six Point Star Barb (204 B) New York find. Patented 1881
    Lord Single Strand Rotating 4 pt Cast Barb (1165 B). Patented 1879

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    50 Antique 2 1/2 inch, square cut n...
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    Comments

    1. gotwire gotwire, 9 years ago
      Very nice! I like the variety.
    2. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 4 years ago
      Have you ever gone to the "Barb Wire Capital of the World" at LaCrosse Kansas. Back in the 1970's, LaCrosse township use to host the Antique Telephone Collectors Association annual meeting and show. I have visited the barb wire museum several times. I found it interesting that since they didn't have tree's in that area and they used rock for post.

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