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Posted 5 years ago


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Does anyone know what these are? I assume they were some type of brass stamp or mold for something? They are quite heavy. I found a box of them today. Not sure what they are. THanks!

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  1. BHock45 BHock45, 5 years ago
    thanks blunderbuss2 and mustangtony for the like love respectively!
  2. BHock45 BHock45, 5 years ago
    Does anyone have a idea what these are used for? It look like the back is threaded for something to screw into it???? Could they be some kind of stamp?
  3. colalogos, 4 years ago
    Hi...these brass initials were used in the corner of large ash trays. My mother had one that was teal in color and had an H for her last name. I will try and find a photo of it and add it to another post.
  4. colalogos, 4 years ago
    I found the source for your initials.....
    They were used by Roseville Pottery and they made ashtrays by the name of
    HydePark from 1935 into the 50's / 60's
    you put in ....Roseville Pottery Hyde Park Ashtrays ....and you will see all of them. They also used other brass discs with other company names and even the U.S> Marines on the discs....hope this has helped you....
    As I signed into this site just to provide you with the info...

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