Vintage Cast Iron Horse Head See-saw Handle USA early 20th century A heavy cast iron handle from a see saw in the form of a horse. The piece retains its original paint in places and has been mounted to a wooden base.
Iron Horse on Wheels American early 20th century Striking and whimsical figural folk art horse, for a child to ride on. The horse would move forward as the child, feet in stirrups, bounces on it and the center spring responds. Hand made by a welder
A Charming Swedish Folk Art Wooden and Iron Child's Sled
A Charming Swedish Fold Art Wooden and Iron Child's Sled Sweden Circa 1880 A charming Swedish folk art wooden and iron child's sled; the slatted wooden chair over a wooden foot rest; applied to an iron frame over iron runners
The London (model) three-masted square-rigged ship built New York 1770/1771 for English owners. Measuring 92½ feet long by 26½ feet in beam, the vessel was known as a well-built, fast-sailing merchant vessel with good cargo capacity for its size. In 1776, it was purchased by the British Royal Navy as an armed ship, renamed the Grasshopper and used as a convoy escort protecting groups of British ships against their enemies.