Prehistoric Stark County Ohio Flint Ridge Stone Clovis Culture Clovis Point
This Clovis Culture "Projectile Point" (actually a hand tool for drilling, scribing, carving, scraping, etc.) comes with a certificate of authenticity (by Calvin Howard). Marked "STARK CO OHIO," indicating where it was found. Made from Flint Ridge flint. 3 13/16" long, 1 1/4" wide.
These 11 (eleven) skeleton keys are mostly for doors with a couple of drawer or padlock keys included as well. All but two appear to be circa 1900; the remaining two are marked "ILCO" and look more recent. Other marks include "BI-METALLIC" and "W.T. GRANT." Measurements range from 1 3/8" to 2 7/8". Includes a variety of handle styles such as hearts, circles, a clover and a heart.
This wheel-thrown brown stoneware ceramic teapot has a shimmering blue interior and textured brown exterior with subtle trees glazed into the sides and a cutaway revealing the vibrant inside color. 10" long, 5" wide, 6" tall with the top on. Made by Sett Balise.
Pair of Antique Heavy Bronze Yale & Towne Ship, Steamcar, Trunk, Chest Pad Locks
These two Yale & Towne heavy brass padlocks for chests, doors, etc. have the large round "YALE" logo. One is stamped "171" and the other is "260." No keys included. One without the extra little tab is 1 7/8" x 7/8" x 2 7/8" (closed), other one is about 1/16" thicker.