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  ROOSTER WEATHERVANE WITH EXCELLENT VERDIGRIS SURFACE AND A PERIOD, CAST IRON STAND IN EARLY PAINT
Dimensions (inches): 24" w x 26" h x 5" d
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ROOSTER WEATHERVANE WITH EXCELLENT VERDIGRIS SURFACE AND A PERIOD, CAST IRON STAND IN EARLY PAINT:

Rooster weathervane, full-bodied copper with untouched, natural verdegris surface that scores a 9.5 or better on a scale of 1-10. Made circa 1870-1900. The stand, also antique, is probably a general store display accessory. With a bell-shaped, cast-iron weight and terrific, forest green-painted surface, it dates to the second half of the 19th century.

Attributed to L.W. Cushing & Sons, Waltham, Mass., which was founded in 1872 and made this form from that year until 1900.

Condition: There is a dent on the on the left side (reverse), plus minor surface losses.
   
Primary Color: green, verdigris
Earliest Date: 1872
Latest Date: 1900
For Sale Status: Sold
Price SOLD
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