Vintage National Sewing Machine Co Scotty Dog Cast Iron Door Stop Scotties Usa


Vintage National Sewing Machine Co Scotty Dog Cast Iron Door Stop Scotties Usa

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Vintage National Sewing Machine Co Scotty Dog Cast Iron Door Stop Scotties Usa:
$25



Vintage National Sewing Machine Co Scotty Dog Cast Iron Door Stop Scotties USACool old cast iron door stop in the form of 2 Scotty Dogs, made by the National Sewing Machine Company (NSM Co.) of Belvidere, Illinois.Marked with the NSM Co. mark, the Mold #157, and “Belvidere”.National Sewing Machine Company was a Belvidere, Illinois-based manufacturer founded in the late 19th century and in business until 1957. The company manufactured sewing machines, washing machines, bicycles, an automobile, home workshop machinery, and cast-iron toys and novelties.Measures about 9 inches wide, 6 inches tall, and 3 inches deep.Black finish looks original to me, but I’m no expert. No pitting or breaks. Some rust.Examine the pictures and use the zoom feature to fully appreciate the quality and condition.Approximate Weight: 3 lbs., 12 oz.

Vintage National Sewing Machine Co Scotty Dog Cast Iron Door Stop Scotties Usa:
$25

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