Cast Iron Stoves
Items for sale followed by sold items:
— Only three other Sargent & Greenleaf Safe Time Looks like this are known to have survived!
— One of five extant Baldwin Arithmometers from 1874. Price $9,400.00.
— Only Known First-Model-of Williams Can-Opener.
— Exceedingly Rare Eberhard Faber International Letter Scale.
— Only Known Surveying Instrument Signed J.MORSE (18th Century).
— The only extant Harrison Sewing Machine patented in 1859.
—Jordan L. Mott pyramid stove from 1835
—First Telephone, the Coffin Set manufct. by Charles Williams, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, for the National Bell Telephone Co. of 1878.
—Early, unknown Watson Sewing Machine
—The only known extant EVEREADY Lady Liberty, or Statue of Liberty Novelty Light ever to be found!
— Legendary ALTEC 604 Duplex Speaker With Original ALTEC Enclosure. Price $3,950.
—Exceedingly rare and fine quadruple Clepsammia or Hour-Glass, probably the finest extant example from the 17th century in the world.
—Exceedingly rare and very ornate early battery Novelty Light, the only one known of its kind!
— Rare Bryant’s Celestial Indicator, pat. Sept. 10, 1872. Price $8,750.00
—The Adding Machine of Pierre Fardoil c. 1700
— Rare Antique Deep Sea Diver´s Boots or Shoes
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— Seeley’s Portable X-Ray Machine From 1915.
— Exceedingly rare Pocket Battery No.1.
— Earliest Known, and one of a kind, Martian Big 4 Crystal Radio.
— The only known sewing machine based on Cook´s Patent of 1863.
— One of only four known instruments crafted by Richardson & Co., Rochester NY, a nine Key Bugle.
— Early, ca 1820, James Watt Model Steam Engine.
— Charles Page Reciprocating Electro-Magnetic Engine of 1838.
— Rare Illuminated Pathe Westminster Cone Speaker & Radio.
— Walker’s Pocket Camera; The First Pocket Camera.
— Exceedingly rare and early Hatfield Adding Machine patented in 1854.
—The finest figural Sewing Machine; the “Lady” or “Cora Munro”
— Charles Lane Poor Line of Position Computer.
—Very Early Leclanche Battery
—W. Younger 1847 Washing Machine Patent Model,
—The only Sextuple Safe-Time-Lock extant.
—Earliest known Blow Accordion with 10 keys.
— Rare, KEY to the AIR, Radio outfit.
— Sargent & Greenleaf model 4 Safe Time Lock of 1878.
—The only known extant Spencer Electric Co., Potbelly Candlestick Telephone (serial no. 32!)
—Peerless Whittler Pencil Sharpener, with three rotating knifes.
—Rare, and in fine condition, H. H. Scott model LK-150 Stereo HiFi Vacuum Tube Power Amplifier in perfect working order.
—Early version (serial # 160!) of the 1921 three bank Noiseless Portable Typewriter in very good condition.
—Civil War Area Pocket Soprano Cornet in Eb with Top-Action Rotary Valves.
—Exceedingly rare, maybe the only one extant, CORONET Base Burner Stove.
A second sextuple exists
another one in London
I need more information
I have the base
Not an ACM figure, instead, an original Ever Ready figure!
If still available, Iím interested
American Committee Model - Eveready lamp/music box.
If you find another one
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