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I enjoy collecting cigarette lighters from the mid-twentieth century and earlier. Novelty lighters that don't use butane are my favorite.
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Sir, I realize that it's been 4 years since you posted this Dutch oven, but I am hoping you still have it. Can you provide more detailed pictures of the pot itself? Bottom, sides, etc. I have ...
Looks like a mixture of genres. With the Christian cherubs and what looks like a depiction of Father Thames. I can't be sure what he is wearing on his head or holds in his left hand. The grinding...
Looks like a Millers Falls Keyhole Saw, also called a jab saw, but called a Flex Saw by the manufacturer. Try rotating the ring at the base of the blade. This may loosen it. http://www.blackburnt...
The 'GILBERT' done by hand with some form of etching tool. Murano glass does not come signed with an etched name. These websites may help identify this item. https://www.glassofvenice.com/blog/...
More the likely the 296th Infantry Regiment. In service from Dec 26, 1922 - May 1, 1964. Reorganized as two battalions of the 92nd Infantry Brigade; only its 1st Battalion remains active as part of ...
keramikos - Thank you. Awesome job helping me out. I neglected to show the inside of the skillet. It still has the marks on the inside from the grinding, or smooth finishing the inside. Those mark...
However, I'm trying to make sense of your fourth picture of a metal surface with bumps. Is this a picture of a separate piece? This is a picture of the underside of the skillet lid. Those bumps ar...
The skillet is a Birmingham Stove & Range (BSR) No. 12. During this time frame, I believe that BSR made bother their skillets and Dutch ovens with the same diameter so that the same lid could be us...
I have seen these skillets online. The persistent online rumor was that they were manufactured by Eddyville Prison in Kentucky. This is a completely unverified rumor. They are also know more broa...
I have seen these before and have hear rumor that these were a Sears item sometime during the 1940s or 1950s. One thing that I have personally noticed is that the base of these pots seem to be the ...
The construction of the handle is classic Lodge cast iron cookware. These were sold as "Shallow Country Ovens" from 1915 - 1940s. The handle itself tells me that it was probably manufactured befor...
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I have a few of these myself. Scottvez is correct about this being WW1 era. Soldiers would often make these themselves. I have one that is made from 2 one shilling pieces and an oversized hex n...
The answer is yes. Ebay shows several Bradford & Hubble lamps for sale for several hundred to over a thousand $.