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Heavy Antique Iron Folk Art Fish Fishing Trade Sign Bait Lures Old Paint Aafa For Sale
33 1/4" Long x 12 3/4" High 14" High with loop 5 lbs. 12.4 oz
such this would have been proudly hung on a arm bracket as a sign for a period trade shop or business.
you can see the piece was masterfully designed and constructed by a blacksmith.
Great form and heavy quality material. Weighing over 5 lbs.
There is some pitting and paint damage to the piece as you can see, but overall the piece is in very solid condition not fragile in anyway.
Take a moment to examine the all the photographs.
Traveling throughout the country-side of rural New York and surrounding states, we spend a great deal of time buying items from dealers, old collections, attending sales, antique shows/shops, flea markets, estate sales, barn sales and every other opportunity we can have to bring quality primitives to the marketplace.
We include the descriptions of our merchandise described to the best of our abilities taking into account years in the trade, as well as having a reference library of hundreds of titles across various topics we reference in all of our listings.We take extra efforts to provide each individual listing with an array of photographic images across various angles of each item. Should you need any additional photographs, please message us and we'll be happy to add them to the listing or email your directly. Return PolicyWe do our best to describe and photograph each item accurately, but errors and differences in opinions can happen we will never give anyone trouble returning something.
Please DO Not attempt to make repairs paint or remove any patina then hope to return your item.
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Up for a week with and a very low starting offer.
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