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A giant hay barn AND horse stable??? and it's GREEN!!!! So in love with this... some day!

A giant hay barn AND horse stable??? and it's GREEN!!!! So in love with this... some day!

MJ074CowWeathervane1.jpg 718×558 pixels

MJ074CowWeathervane1.jpg 718×558 pixels

Shutters with history & a lightning rod (protector of your nest) well used...vintage doesn't get any better than these symbols of home-love

Shutters with history & a lightning rod (protector of your nest) well used...vintage doesn't get any better than these symbols of home-love

Antique Lightning Rod Ball Hall of Fame. Bright crimson red Diddie Blitzen Lightning Rod Ball. This is the brighter red old version with very strong embossing DIDDIE BLITZEN.

Antique Lightning Rod Ball Hall of Fame. Bright crimson red Diddie Blitzen Lightning Rod Ball. This is the brighter red old version with very strong embossing DIDDIE BLITZEN.

Lightning Rod Balls and Weathervane would be fun to collect.  Don't you love the way they look in from of this window?

Lightning Rod Balls and Weathervane would be fun to collect. Don't you love the way they look in from of this window?

Quilt Flat Lightning Rod Balls – Meyer Collection

Quilt Flat Lightning Rod Balls – Meyer Collection

Lightning rods and weather vanes for sale at the 2011 Maine antique fest

Lightning rods and weather vanes for sale at the 2011 Maine antique fest

a group of ribbed grape lightning rod balls.  pretty and practical.

a group of ribbed grape lightning rod balls. pretty and practical.

Weathervane/ Lightning Rod

Weathervane/ Lightning Rod

The BURGOON is a wonderful piece of early architectural glass, having been installed on ornamental iron work, most likely circa. 1880-1890. The ironwork was not grounded, hence the Burgoon is technically not a lightning rod (ball)..but they fit right in. Considering their large 5″ size, glass character, dot & dash pattern, rarity and lightning-rod-ball form.

The BURGOON is a wonderful piece of early architectural glass, having been installed on ornamental iron work, most likely circa. 1880-1890. The ironwork was not grounded, hence the Burgoon is technically not a lightning rod (ball)..but they fit right in. Considering their large 5″ size, glass character, dot & dash pattern, rarity and lightning-rod-ball form.

Early metal barn cupola with lightning rod and blue glass ball intact, 73  tall. Classic piece of  r

Early metal barn cupola with lightning rod and blue glass ball intact, 73 tall. Classic piece of r