1890's Falcon Bicycle Porcelain Enamel Advertising Pin / Stud By O'hara Dial Co
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1890's Falcon Bicycle Porcelain Enamel Advertising Pin / Stud By O'hara Dial Co:
Rare and Stunningly Beautiful, original, 1890s Porcelain Enamel Advertising Stud / Pin for Falcon Cycles Brand Bicycles manufactured by the Yost Manufacturing Company of Toledo, Ohio. This fantastic, Falcon Cycles Advertising Pin measures approx. 3/4” in diameter and features a white, porcelain ground with a yellow falcon's claw wrapped in a pink banner device with text that reads "Falcon Cycles". The Pin is made in the manner of the finely decorated, enamel porcelain faces seen on Pocket Watches of the period and is signed by the manufacturer, The O’Hara Dial Company of Waltham, Massachusetts (makers of the highest quality, decorated enamel watch dials).
This beautiful, 1890's Bicycle Company Advertising Stud / Pin is in excellent condition. There is no loss to the porcelain enamel surface which is sound and intact with no surface crazing or wear of any kind. The Pin has a brass, stud type back which is signed by the manufacturer as can be seen in the scans below.
A very rare and very beautiful, 1890's Porcelain Enamel Advertising Stud / Pin for Falcon Brand Bicycles and a fantastic addition to any collection!!
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