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    Lot of Four Cast Iron Toys, Made by Kenton and Ives. The Kenton cast iron toys Include 1) No. 334 Hook & Ladder, minus the team of three horses, 10.5"L x 9"H x 3.5"W; 2) No. 210 Dump Wagon with horse and nickeled driver figure, 10.5"L x 4"H x 3"W; 3) No. 150 Sulky, 7.5"L x 4"H x 3"W. All examples in excellent condition in boxes that are slightly soiled and tatty.
    The fourth cast iron toy offered is an Ives cast iron train. It includes an engine, 8.5"L x 4"H x 2.5"W, with three cast iron cars and cast conductor figure. Condition: Moderate wear to painted surfaces, conductor figure looks repainted, otherwise in very good condition.


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2021
    27th-28th Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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