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Early Banner Weathervane | From a unique collection of antique and modern weathervanes at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/folk-art/weathervanes/

Early Banner Weathervane

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 iron lightning rod with copper finial and antique amethyst and green glass globes.love how the colors in the lightening rod mimic the colors in the old shutter.

Wrought and Cast Iron Weather Vane | From a unique collection of antique and modern weathervanes at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/folk-art/weathervanes/

Wrought and Cast Iron Weather Vane

View this item and discover similar weathervanes for sale at - A wrought and cast iron weather vane Circa having ornate ornament to the pointers and a large flag and arrow surmounted by a three dimensional eight

Features:  -Include rod, directional set, spacer balls and installation instructions.  -Polished copper with solid brass and copper components.  Product Type: -Weathervane.  Subject: -Novelty.  Copper

Features: -Include rod, directional set, spacer balls and installation instructions. -Polished copper with solid brass and copper components. -Can be mounted to your roof and cupola.

Very Rare Weathervane | From a unique collection of antique and modern weathervanes at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/folk-art/weathervanes/

Very Rare Weathervane

Very Rare Weathervane | From a unique collection of antique and modern weathervanes at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/folk-art/weathervanes/

FINE DIMINUTIVE SHEET IRON "1898" BANNER WEATHERVANE. Circa 1898, American. The bannerette with central dated iron sheet joined to C-scroll elements within a simple framework with turned iron finials swiveling on iron rod within ringed spacers terminating in a suppressed ball finial mounted on a tapering square roof finial with iron band in old white paint, early if not original to bannerette. Now mounted on a simulated wood peaked rooftop stand.

FINE DIMINUTIVE SHEET IRON "1898" BANNER WEATHERVANE. Circa 1898, American. The bannerette with central dated iron sheet joined to C-scroll elements within a simple framework with turned iron finials swiveling on iron rod within ringed spacers terminating in a suppressed ball finial mounted on a tapering square roof finial with iron band in old white paint, early if not original to bannerette. Now mounted on a simulated wood peaked rooftop stand.

Very Large 19th Century Verdigris Copper Weathervane

Very Large Century naturally verdigris copper weathervane English dated 1883 H x W