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Harmony, Pennsylvania, United States

Harmony, Pennsylvania, United States
Finish loss, light rust, and scratching noted, otherwise good condition.
Color:Gray Material:metal Maker:unknown ladder brackets:barn brackets

PAIR METAL ANTIQUE LADDER OR BARN BRACKETS BOAT CLEATS ?! Measures approx. 5" from attachment to attachment, 9" from first attachment to end, and 4 1/2" from other attachment to end. This pair of antique brackets are made of a metal that has very light magnetic attraction. Uncertain of purpose? Ladder brackets? Barn brackets? Or even boat cleats? No identifying markings found. Finish loss, light rust, and scratching noted, otherwise good condition. Take a look at our other auctions for more great vintage items. Check our feedback and bid with confidence!

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