Antique Rooster Weathervane Att Cushing & White, Late 19th C.,superb Patina Aafa
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Antique Rooster Weathervane Att Cushing & White, Late 19th C.,superb Patina Aafa:
Wonderful and Fine ANTIQUE Molded Copper Rooster Weathervane attributed to Cushing & White manufacturers, late 19th century in absolutely the BEST UNTOUCHED-UNADULTERATED Natural Verdegris Patination...NO REPAIRS/FAKE SURFACE/ Monkeying around here!!!! As found directly off a wonderful Carraige barn in Villanova,Pa. by a friend of mine and purchased by me! Absolute BEST natural as found condition with NO restorations....just as we love to find them...no questions about surface or repairs/replacements!!! Age appropriate wear to the mounting rod...turned so much in the wind has worn thru the rod! Slight bend to end of tail, some seam seperation to front leg, very small dent to breast, all very minor to me...you be the judge. OOH...feet are cast and ORIGINAL to the vane! Nice large size measuring 18" wide (tail to beak) x 21" high (from feet to crown). Custom stand included but shipped separately, so as not to damage the vane! If you like AS FOUND UNTOUCHED (and who doesn't) This Vane is IT!!! Guaranteed Antique/Untouched/REAL! Love it or no questions asked return. Let me know if anyone needs additional picture.....Shipping is double boxed and insured...stand shipped separate....cost for both is $75.00..if actual is less I will refund difference..but you will not have to pay any more than $75.00. If you don't want custom stand deduct $25.00 from shipping. Check out our other sales for wonderful Americana!! Questions, I can be reached at 570-702-5440. You will look long and hard to find a better example in "no questions" condition!!!! You will look long and hard for another example that has NOT been monkeyed with. This weathervane 6-7 years ago would have commanded, and did bring, in the $8,00-12,000.00 price!!!, but this is 2013! Reserve is FAR below what it would have brought then! BEST Surface, Best "unmonkeyed around with", ...guess you know I like that term!!!