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C Sink Base SuperCabinet w Tilt Downs and Caddy SBSTSCDY L or R SINK BASE SUPERCABINETTM WITH TILT BASE CORNER DOWNS A B C SINK BASE WITH CLIPPED CORNERS A Sink Base w Clipped Corners, Plain SB CC B Sink Base w Clipped Corners, Fluted SB FCC C Sink Base w Clipped Corners and Tilt Downs, Plain SB CCST

F CS rounded corner cast buckle "line in the hooks style", manufactured by Historical Reproductions Buckle measures mm x mmEditor note Plate was obtained directly from Historical Reproductions, Jeff Posey, as a sample of his production to be used in this presentationMaker marks are present but they are weak.

restoration to the base tray to a short side including a cornersimilar to a corner of the lid in a small areaDue to age discolouring internallyAll as per picturesBesides being a very collectable, th century sardine box with the pineapple leaf colouring decoration, trio of fish to the lid, cs, would also look fabulous displayed.

Dec , An absolutely perfect and beautiful non excavated Richmond Arsenal Pattern Confederate "C.S." piece saber belt plateThis plate was purchased a few years ago out of an estate near Richmond, VAThe plate has a nice rich aged bronze brown patina, and is the style pictured on page Plate , in original Mullinax, and is known for it's high copper content.

This beautiful round corner CS is most likely non excavated or an early battlefield souvenirVery crisp with sharp edges, casting flaws and file marks across the faceOne belt hook missing in actionA classic Confederate belt buckle in exceptional condition.

Civil War CSA Confederate Atlanta style Brass Belt Buckle PlateC AUTHENTIC DUG "CLIPPED CORNER" CONFEDERATE CI VIL ( ROPER SARDINE LID BUCKLEC

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Some cans, such as those used for sardines, have a specially scored lid so that the user can break out the metal by the leverage of winding it around a slotted church keyUntil the mid th century, some sardine tins had solder attached lids, and the winding key worked by forcing the solder joint apart.

A jerkinhead roof has a hipped gableInstead of rising to a point, the gable is clipped short and appears to turn downwardsThe technique creates a less soaring, more humble effect on residential architectureA jerkinhead roof may also be called a Jerkin Head Roof, a Half hipped Roof, a Clipped Gable, or even a Jerkinhead Gable.