Antique iron Thinker bookends. These are almost 6 inches tall x 4.25 wide. Nicely detailed. One has a pinhole in it near the man's foot. No idea how that happened unless it happened when the hot iron was poured into the mold and that was a thin area of the mold. It is not really noticeable; pic #6 is a closeup. Nice pair to hold some smaller antique books. Pic 2-3 the flash is on. The price reflects the minor flaw. 5/13scsr
Antique Armor Bronze bookends. c:1925. Bronze clad material. TItled: 'A Welcome Guest'. Similar to the 'Welcome Cottage', but different phrase written on them. Both have the Armor Bronze labels on bottom of old green felt. Armor Bronze Corporation of New York. After 1934 these would have been made in Taunton, MA, so these are earlier bookends. Nice vintage display condition. They stand 5.5 tall x 5.75 wide. Great pair for an office, library, or to give as a unique gift! 4/13scsr
Vintage 1933 Pair Ronson Limp-grained Leather Grey Metal Books Bookends
Vintage 1933 Pair Ronson Limp-grained Leather Grey Metal Books Bookends. These great bookends are 4-1/2 tall x 4-5/8 wide x 3-3/8 deep. They are made of grey cast metal and are illustrated in the book Collector's Guide to Bookends by Louis Kuritzky (page 182). They are marked 17C, Made in USA . They have a couple spots of verdigris (the natural patina formed when copper, brass or bronze is weathered) and otherwise are in good used condition. Shipping weight is 6 pounds.
Rare vintage Weidlich Bros. bookends. Titled: Companions. c:1929. Gray metal with copper finish; rarity is 5 out of 5. Shown in the bookend book. They are 6 inches tall x 4.25 wide. Very nice condition but for one teensy gouge along top rim of one. Pic 1 and a very nice gift for a special person! The book price in 2006 was $250. 11/12nh#
Raggedy Ann & Andy Chalk-Ware Bookends - Vintage Raggedy Ann and Andy are considered the world's most famous rag dolls. Size: 9 H x 6 W x 8 D Weight: Raggedy Ann - 5 lbs 10 Oz's. Raggedy Andy - 5 lbs. 8 Oz's. Total Weight: 11 lbs 6 Oz's. Material: Thought to be chalk ware? Condition: very good - condition issue: there is a small flaw on the front right end of Raggedy Ann's base -shown in photo. Bottom of base has a felt like material. Markings: None Found at an Estate Sale in Great Falls, MT.
Indian Head Bookends - Cast Iron Size: 5½ H x 5 W x 2¼ D (at the base) Condition: very good - aged patina Weight: 1 lb 6 Oz's. each = Total 2¾ lbs. Markings: None Age: Contemporary Found at an Estate Sale in Hamilton, Montana
Vintage art nouveau expandable bookrack. c:1920's. Made by Judd. Numbered #9759. The ends are gray metal; the expandable rods are brass. It expands to 14.75; shortest is 8.25 x 4.25 tall. Nice aged patina; great condition. Rarity is 4 out of 5. This is a very nice item for your office or libary to display a nice set of books. 11/12ant
Vintage brass desk accessories. First is the Bradley it is 5.25 long x 3.5 tall x 2 wide. Good overall vintage condition with a couple of spots of tarnish. Next is a vintage Park Sherman desk calender with old paper label on bottom: Park Sherman Co., Springfield Ill. Note the old State abbreviation. The turn knobs are brass and it works fine. Next is a vintage brass tray and letter holder in the shape of a hand. Great old accessories to adorn a desk or secretary in the office or library! 11/12
Vintage Sulgrave Manor bookends. c:1925. Iron. Shown in the book. Rarity is 4 out of 5. Ancestral home of George Washington. These are quite hefty for their small size. They are 4.25 tall x 5.25 wide. Good overall vintage condition; just a tiny rust tinge on the window area. Incised 'S 228' on back as well as info on Sulgrave Manor. 6/12scsr
Vintage 1960's Mad Men Hamilton Products Chrome Crows Ashtray
Vintage 1960's Mad Men Hamilton Products Chrome Crows Ashtray. This great item is seen in the show Mad Men sitting on Don Draper's desk. It is 5-3/4 dia. and the crows hold the cigarettes in their beaks. It is marked A Hamilton Product, 160676, 160823-4-5 163918 386616. It is in good used condition. Shipping weight is 1 pound.
Antique Thinker bookends. Very attractive bookends. They are shown in the book and listed as bronze, but these are iron. Bookends were usually made in a variety of metals, bronze being the most expensive. Very detailed; Doric colums. One has incised #4 backside bottoms. Other one looks like #3 and has one tiny nick on top edge of bookend. Overall they are in nice antique condition; age est: 1920's. They are 5.5 tall and have old felt on the bottoms. I removed one of the felt strips to see if there wear any other markings but did not find any. 4/12br
Greek Warrior Bookends - Vintage Size: 10 H x 6 W x 3 D Warrior Figures: 6½ H x 6 W x 3 D Condition: very good Weight: 1½ lb each bookend. Total: 3 lbs. Materials: Figures Non-Magnetic Metal Bases: Feels like some type of composition material w/ felt like material on bottom Age: Thought to be 1960 - 1970's From a private collection. The figures are finished in a black color and the figures themselves are nude with a discrete fig leaf. Markings: none
Auto Bookends - Antique Style - Made In Spain Vintage set of bookends with L-shaped wood base and two cars which are antique style made from metal and hardware pieces such as nuts, hinges, and screws. Both have a gold style patina. Found at estate sale. Size: Wood base: 5¾ H x 6½ W x 4 D Auto 1: 4 H x 5 W x 2¾ d Auto 2: 4½ H x 4½ W x 3½ D Condition: good used condition Weight: each is 1 lb 4 Oz's. for total of 2½ lbs Markings: Paper label on one bookend: Made in Spain Pigot # 2426
Vintage Set 1950's Bronzecraft Bronze Baby Shoes Bookends Debra
Vintage Set 1950's Bronzecraft Bronze Baby Shoes Bookends Debra. These adorable bookends are 7 long x 3-1/2 wide x 4-7/8 tall and they have the name of Debra on each one. They are in excellent used condition. Shipping weight is 4 pounds.
Antique Native American bookends. Titled: 'Awaiting the Prey'. They feature a NA with his hunting dog perched against a boulder. JB made this mold but I cannot find a JB mark on them so they could be another company (or the mark wore off), and they are identical to the ones in the book. These are 6.5 tall x 5.25 long. They are hollow cast grey metal; one is missing most of the original gold tone finish; other one is okay. The darker one also has a tight split on backside which is fairly insignificant. It might be worth it to have a pro refinish these in a metallic antique bronze/gold color. They are really attractive despite the aging flaws. 11/11sant#
P M Craftsman Dogwood bookends. Nice looking heavy duty bookends. This company is still in business. One of the bottoms has the PM label and felt; other one is missing the felt. They are 5.5 tall. One has a little gouge along top rim; not noticeable unless looking down on it, see pic 3. Nice pair to use in an office or library to hold books. Retail price is much higher. 10/11bigcs
Antique Armor Bronze bookends titled 'Thoroughbred', c:1925. Bottom base is bronze clad and I think the horses are too but not sure. They both have very old felt bottoms with the AB labels, Taunton, Mass. Note the old State abbreviation. Dark patination; some spotting and wear. And on the back of one of the horses ear is a tiny break or separation line; the ear is still on and you can't see it unless looking for it. The ears would be the most prone to damage so just be careful when handling these. They are 8 tall x 8 long. 4 lbs. each. It might be worth it to have the exteriors refinished by a pro. 9/11est#
Nice pair of antique bookends by Galvano Bronze. c:1925; shown in the book. These are bronze clad Dante quite hefty and in good condition. They are 7.5 inches tall x 6 long. Very old felt bottoms; one has a tiny paper label but just a number on it; other one has remnants of an old price tag. They have a deep, dark coppery finish. A great pair for the office or library! 9/11utcs
Antique bookends titled, 'Welcome Cottage'. c:1925. See pic #2 for a better look. Similar ones are shown in the bookend book but no maker is listed and the ones in the book are iron. These are not iron, they are solid bronze. Nice condition; very darkened nice patina on them. They are 5 inches tall x 4.25 wide. A great heavy duty pair for your office, library, etc. 9/11est#
Fantastic and rare pair of bronze clad polychrome kneeling Indian bookends. My favorite pair. Shown in the bookend book; they weigh 5 lbs. each; rarity is 5, (out of 5). Not marked and not all PB was marked. Nice overall display condition; just a couple small spots of wear; one tiny break in the clad metal near a crevice; and some dust/dirt in the crevices. Spectacular pair for your office, library or arts bookend prices have skyrocketed. 5/11stmc
Great pair of vintage Abe Lincoln bookends. Copper finish over gray metal. Age est: 1920's. Old worn felt on bottom of one. Marked on back: JB 1618. They stand 6.5 tall x 5 wide. Quite hefty. The perfect classy accent to an office or library. One bookend has a couple of tiny dents on top rim, (the picture is a closeup); and has one spot of green patination on it. JB was the premier bookend maker and famous for their rich metal finishes; they always used gray metal but because the finishes are so superb people often confuse them with actual bronze, copper, etc. An awesome pair for your manly man! 5/11est#
Antique expandable book rack featuring Abe Lincoln. Made by Judd; they are numbered: 9998 on interior side of heads. The heads are iron; the rods are brass. Nice old patina on this rack. The rack is 13.5 long fully extended or 8.5 long pushed in and 5.5 tall. Very nice, just some minor paint loss on the heads. Identical bookrack recently sold for $250 at an Early Am. History auction; the value estimate was $300-600. Auction prices are abut 1/3 less than retail price. This would make a great gift for your manly man! And, see the movie Lincoln, it's great! 5/11f8cs
Large vintage Marion Bronze bronze clad polychrome bookends. Titled, 'Man Reading Book'; other sites call it the Old Professor. c:1920's. These are shown in the bookend book; the ones in the book date to 1965 and are signed MB; earlier Marion Bronze pieces were not signed and these are not signed. You can see the aged bottoms under the felt; the later ones are more metallic on the bottoms. MB started in biz in 1922-1971. These bookends are in good display condition; stand 8 inches tall; have some minor flaws common on vintage bronze clad items. The flaws are on one bookend, not both. It has a scratch on one side of bookend cabinet; one tiny tight break on side of mans suit coat; and one very tiny line near other side on bottom suit tip. These minor flaws are only visible if looking closely for them. MB was the last company in the US to produce bronze clad items and due to the complexity of this technique it is no longer used. These are large, heavy and look great in a library or office to hold books! 3/11smc
Medieval Wooden Wheel/Chains Bookend - Set of Two Size: 5 H x 5½ W x 4¼ D Condition: very good Material: Wood or wood composition, metal chains, brackets and knobs. Markings: none Weight: 1 lb 1 Oz. each total of 2 lbs. 2 Oz's. Age: probably contemporary - found at an Estate Sale
Marion Bronze clad Liberty Bell bookends. Rare; rarity is 5; 5 is the highest. Sharp looking bronze plated bookends. They stand 6.75 tall x 4.75 wide. Incised MB on bottom back corner. Not quite as bright looking as the picture shows; the camera tends to illuminate metal objects. 1/11ctmc
Henry Van Wolf bear bookends. Age est: 1940's. HVW came to CA from Germany in the 40's. HVW born 1898-1982. Incised mark on base: H. Van Wolf. These have very old worn felt on bottoms with foil stickers that read: Bar-None, Made in USA, Registered California. HVW was the president of an art guild in CA where he lived. These bears are in nice vintage condition. Mold lines near neck are slightly visible if looking at them right under your nose. They stand 5 inches tall x 6.75 long. Very hefty, they are 4 lbs. each = 8 lbs. for both; a magnet does not stick to them, and they ping like bronze. The bears themselves feel very thick and heavy but I believe they are hollow cast because when turning one upside down something inside jingles a bit, (like a piece of metal waste inside). A great pair for a hunting lodge, cabin, western, country or arts & crafts style abode! usa only. 1/11odmc#3201
Gorgeous vintage Lion bookend. Shown in the book and titled: 'Big Cat's Play', c.1930, gray metal, maker not id'd. Rarity 5, (5 being the most rare). It is in good condition but for the area where ball sits on pedestal is a bit loose, (there may be a base peg missing or the soddering came loose, not sure); pick it up from bottom, not lion body. It is 6.25 tall x 6.5 long. Very detailed. Since there is only one, you can use as a doorstop, or as a single bookend on a shelf. 1/11ro#1218
Vintage polychrome Thinker iron bookends. These are shown in the book in monochrome. The pictures are bringing out the colors on them more than is visible in reality. The green, red, and gold paint is very faint and worn. They are heavy and stand 5 tall x 4 wide. The word 'Thinker' on one of them is worn; other one is fine. They are not iron; they might be bronze. A great pair to actually use to hold some books in place! 12/10scs-r
Vintage Fountain Pen Marble Agate Holdder Base. This nice fountain pen sits in a base that is 3 x 2-1/2 . The pen is marked; Made in USA. The nib is in excellent condition. There are two small chips in one corner of the base otherwise all is in good used condition.
Vintage Brass Grandfather Clock Bookend Size: 5¼ H x 4¾ W x 2 D Markings: None Condition: good - Condition Issues - Chains under clock thought to be missing. Portion of felt covering on back is missing. o/w in very good condition. Weight:: 1 lb. 5 Oz's. Please note that this is for one Bookend
Vintage German Shepherd bookends. They look like shepherds but maybe another breed? Age est: 1920's-30's. Old green felt on bottoms. Back has incised mark: Solid Brass, and what looks like initials NYA. Not sure what company that is. These are in good vintage condition and stand 7 tall x 4 wide. 10/10egau#1069
Vintage German Shepherd bookends. Brass or bronze, not sure; very heavy, but not iron. These are shown in the book in the iron made by Art Colony Industries, 1929, but Hubley also made them which I think these are since they are not iron. They are in good vintage condition and stand almost 6 tall x 5 wide; one has incised #2 on backside top. Old green felt on bottoms. Copper like finish on surface. 10/10egau#1069
Miniature Van Cort Brass And Wood Pocket Kaliedoscope
Miniature Van Cort Brass and Wood Pocket Kaliedoscope. This nice mini kaliedoscope is 2-1/8 long x 7/8 dia. and it comes in the original box and pouch. It contains blue, green, ruby red, white, green, amethyst, peridot, and amber stones or glass. It is in excellent condition.
Iles of Lewis King and Queen Chess Pieces Bookends The original pieces found were made to represent a 12th century medieval Nordic army. Size: King: 6¼ H x 3½ W x 2 D Queen: 6 H x 3 W x 2¼ D Weight: King: 1 lb. 10 Oz's Queen: 1 lb. 8 Oz's. Total: 3 lb.s 2 Oz's Material: cast in solid polyresin compound and hand finished. Felt covers the bottom of both pieces. Markings: on bottom of King a paper label stating Made In Gt Britain
Great looking antique Setter dog bookends by Littco. c:1925. Possibly Hubley; apparently both companies made these. These are iron with brass/bronze finish. Good vintage condition. They have the old paper labels on bottoms but the words are obliterated from age. These are shown in the bookend book. Rarity is 4 out of 5. These are 8 long x 5 tall. These are listed for $325 at another site. 7/10brcs
Cast Iron Dutch Girl Size:8 H x 5½ W x 2 D Condition: very good - Hollowed out back upper body rest flat back and solid Markings: on front buckets TV On back looks like it could be ROSS? She would make a very nice doorstop, bookend or wall decoration. There is a hole in the back, which could be used to hang her. Free standing. Weight: approx. 1½ lbs.
Vintage Cherub Bookends - Signed, Dated and Numbered Size: 7 H x 4½ W x 6 D Condition: very good Weight: each 2 lb.s 10 Oz's. Total: 5 lbs. 4 Oz's Markings: on back: Signed: W Maratta Sculp. Universal Statuary Corp. Chicago Number 995 1965 Material: plaster / chalk ware ?
Vintage Pair of Hartford Fire Insurance Company Metal Bookends Size: 5½ H x 4¼ W x 3½ D Weight: 13 Oz's. each = l lb. 10 Oz's. Markings: on front panel: HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY Hartford Connecticut 1810 - 1935 (embossed) Under high relief Elks: MODELED BY LAVRA GARDIN FRASER AFTER LANDSEER (embossed) Laura Gardin Fraser (1889 - 1966) was an American sculptor and the wife of James Earle Fraser Metal: Thought to be Brass - Is non-magnetic Condition: very good - bottom has a textured finish.
National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Bookends. These are solid bronze. These both have the headless Nike, (a symbol of strength) a torch (symbol of light), a winged staff of Mercury (symbol of strength), the ship of commerce and a scroll inscribed with the year 1919 which was the original date of formation of the NFBPWC. They are about 5 1/2 tall by 3 1/2 wide and 2 1/2 deep at the base. A beautiful addition to any collection, library or office.
Pair of red bird bookends, or figurines. Birds are made of white ceramic and have a red-orange glaze. Very nicely detailed. The bottoms have four small squares of felt. Manufacturer: Unknown. Circa: Mid 20th Century. Size: One bird at 2 1/2 inches tall; one at 2 7/8 inches tall. Both 4 1/4 inches long by 3 inches wide. Condition: Good; several glaze pops or misses; one with glaze chip on wing and one with chips on side of back below wing.
Rare pair of vintage polychrome bookends. c:1930. Gray metal with 'K rarity #5 out of 5. Titled: Mantarani's Dante. They are almost 6.5 tall x 6.5 long. K & O was only in biz from 1895-1939. Great pair to give as a manly gift! djau#4/10
Antique bookends titled 'Struggle'. c:1925, shown in the bookend book but maker is unknown according to the book. Rarity 4 out of 5. These show up as very glossy in the photos but only the figurine has a sheen to it, not the background wall/rock. The camera often makes metal objects look super shiny when they are not really. Good overall condition; grey metal; very old felt on bottoms. There is a small separation line near the shoulder area on one of the male figurines, near the rock wall. These stand 5.25 tall x 4.5 wide. Awesome old bookends! 3/10lab#2975
Contemporary Set of Golf Club Bookends. These great bookends are 5-1/2 tall x 3 wide and they are all metal. The bottoms have a foam pad to protect surfaces. One has a 1/8 dia. spot of corrosion to the plating along one edge and back otherwise they are in good used condition. Please note: the book is for ilustrative purposes only and NOT included.
This is a pair of vintage UCAGCO Japan bookends. They have yellow birds (we think they are finches) on a branch with a tree stump and grass. They have the original foil stickers and are in excellent condition.
Vintage Indian Chief Cast Iron Bookends Size: 3¾ H x 4½ W x 1¾ D Indian Chief in full headdress is: 4 H x 2¾ W Markings: None Weight: 1 lb each for total of 2 lbs. The metal has a greenish gold tint finish Very handsome. Found at an Estate Sale in Great Falls, Montana
Antique bronze clad Thinker bookends. c:1920's. Gorgeously detailed, great patina, and hard to find! They are almost 8 inches tall x 3.5 wide. Incised mark: Le Penseur Par Rodin. Shown in the book, rarity is 4 out of 5. They are missing the paper labels. One of them has 2 breaks in the bronze plating; the breaks are near the man's pelvis and elbow; they are hard to spot because they are towards the center of the figurine see pic #6. The breaks in the plating are not unusual due to the all the detail and crevices. These are outstanding, heavy bookends despite the minor flaws. Your man would love these in his office! usa only. dix#3/09
This young girl, with elegant dress complete with old-fashion hat, is sitting on a settee, and brown poodle is near her knees- beautiful bright colors, intricate details. I believe the book-end is made out of some kind of plastic/resin or paper mache. The original label on the bookend reads: Created by Earl Bernard New York made in JAPAN. Measures 5 inches height by 4,5 inches and 4 inches-base. In good vintage condition
Vintage photograph or scrapbook. Has a little foil label inside: Oliver K. Whiting of London. Very cute old book; some wear on leather corners/edges, but interior pages are quite nice. It is 11.75 long x 7.75 wide. Great to put old photos or for scrapbooking items. 9/08flcs
A pair of cast brass bookends, figural open worked, of a gentleman wearing a top hat on a prancing horse bookends. The bookends are incised, Art Brass Co., NY. and measure 4 ½ in. high and 4 in. wide. They do need a bit of cleaning, but I didn't want to ruin the patina.
A pair of black grandfather clock bookends with a holder for a pen or pencil on the side. The black clocks are trimmed in gold, and the clocks are sitting on books with gold pages. The bookends are signed in gold color, Japan. The base is red ware coloring and ca. 1950's-1960's. The bookends measure 4 ½ in. high, 1 ¾ in. wide and 2 ¾ in. long.
A pair of black locomotive bookends trimmed in gold with red and white accent colors. The base is red ware coloring and ca. 1950's-1960's. The bookends are signed in gold color, Japan. The bookends measure 3 ¼ in. high, 2 in. wide and 5 ¼ in. long.
A really neat Deco bookend. I cannot find a signature, but the identical picture of one is in a book on Antique Bookends, and describes this one as: Double Scroll 5 in. wood, copper, steel and plastic. 1936 Revere Copper and Brass Co. Since there is green felt on the bottom, possibly the signature is under the felt. This bookend has been used, there is some white paint missing from the center piece (easily repainted); and a few scuff marks on the copper and steel which probably can be buffed out. They all seem minor for the type of item as a bookend. There still is good spring in the scroll ends of the bookend. The overall measurements are 5 in. high, and the bottom base measures 6 in. dia.
This is a very neat item, probably a letter holder as it isn't too wide, but still can hold a book or two. Silver colored metal, a pair of figural horse heads with bridles on a base. They measure 5 ½ in. high to the top of their ears, 2 in. wide and 4 5/8 in. long. There are some scuff marks and minor spots of missing finish. They are signed on the bottom, I P C, Goshen, Ind.
A pair of brass duck head bookends. Tall, heavy and regal looking, they really do their job well. This particular pair has a label on the back which reads, Jehvani Corporation, but I have seen others with different names. They measure 6 ¼ in. tall, 2 7/8 in. wide and 3 ¼ in. long. They have a few scuff marks on them. They have a black rubber bottom.
Beautiful raised figures of a man and woman who are bent over in prayer against a solid background. There is a pitch fork on one side, a basket of food in the center, and off to the right is a wheelbarrow. The base of the bookends is entitled, Angelus. They are signed on the back, L.D.B. Co., and measure 4 5/8 in. high, 2 ¼ wide at the base and 4 7/8 in. long. There are a very few scuff marks on them, but otherwise in very good condition. They have an orange felt bottom.
This is a lovely vintage sets, each has a large sailing ship with waves lapping around the base of each ship. They are 6 tall 6 1/4 long by about 2 at the widest point. They are both in good condition, have a sort of dull gold finish on the front, wear to the paint in several places, could be repainted if desired, only the paint is worn, the metal is not damaged. The backs have darkened with age, you can see the shinny copper color in spots underneath this, I know nothing about cleaning these so that will be up to you. One still has the original green felt base, one does not, so you would probably want to replace these, both are marked on the back bottom corner with the Bronze Art mark. they would be a lovely addition to your collection or decor!
Antique bronze clad dog bookends. Titled: 'Man's Best Friend' and shown in the book. Rarity 5 out of 5. Wonderful patina on this pair; one dog has some missing metal on the background area under the dog and near its leg see pic #5 which is common for 'clad' metal and it is not very noticeable. They are 7 long x 5.5 tall. I did not clean them; just dusted them lightly. Nice dark aged patina on them. Great gift idea! USA only. 5/08#2064esa
Pair of vintage Native American bookends. (iron with bronze color finish). Incised mark: A.C.W. Co. #304, #9. They stand 3.5+ tall x 4 wide. A tinge of rust on backsides, but nice display and usable condition. The will fit in quite nicely with southwest or mission style furnishings to hold your smaller antique sized books up!
Vintage decorative chalkware bookends. These feature floral pictures; not sure if they are hand painted or paper mache. These bookends appear fairly old; there is some striation on the pictures, and there is a very old paper label on bottom, (this label is similar to a label found on some of my antique celluloid boxes I have sold previously, and I believe is Italian). These stand 6 tall x 5 wide. One has a chip off a front bottom corner edge, (dab it with antique gold paint), and other one has a tiny fleabite near top rim, [pic 6 & 7]. Chalkware items are prone to flaking and chipping, so these are what I would consider 'good vintage' condition despite the flaws.
Vintage Austrian brass scale. It looks quite old, and I believe this was used to weigh letters/postcards, etc. It is in good working and display condition, and is marked on back: O.E.S.T.P. 1766 AUSTRIA. Not sure if the 1766 is a year mark or a model number. If it is a date mark, then this is worth a lot more money that it is listed for! It stands 6 tall x 3.5 wide. Goes up to 4 ozs. It is very lightweight. A great accessory item to display on your antique writing desk!
Antique iron bookends. c:1928. This pair features a man and woman with heads bowed standing near a wall, with a pitchfork nearby. Backside reads: 'The Angelus Call to Prayer', copyright 1928; triangle in a circle symbol. One of the bookends is more of a reddish color on front; other is brownish; aging/fading. These stand 5.25 tall x 4.25 wide.
Vintage Ceramic Poodle Bookends w/ Pen Holders. This cute bookends are 6 inches tall, were made in Japan and are in excellent used condition. Please note: Pencils and books are for illustrative purposes only and are NOT included.