18th Century Brass Wax Jack With Wax Coil Made By Harrison
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18th Century Brass Wax Jack With Wax Coil Made By Harrison:
This is an 18th century brass wax jack, stamped with H underneath, which stands for William A. Harrison, brass founder in Birmingham, England.
This wax jack probably dates from around 1780-'90.
It has a lovely decoration of hearts in the bottom of the wax jack.
It probably still has its original wax coil.
Condition: Very good, though the finial cannot be screwed open anymore.
Height: 13 cm (5 inch).
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