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/ Double End Rocker Style Cast Iron
A double end double star, double circle, his and hers
bootjack. An unusual and good looking piece.
Good +. . . . . . $195.00
Cast Iron Boot Jack
A nice antique cast iron boot jack with a
great design and form. Note the double star tail.
Fine . . . . . . $175.00
Iridescent Cast Iron Beetle / Cricket Boot Jack
This cast iron Beetle boot jack has great detail in the super
fine casting and a finish that is almost electric. I am not sure what it
is, but we are going to call this the Lightning Bug. A beautiful
Fine . . . . . . $150.00
Cast Iron Beetle / Cricket Boot Jack with Advertising
This is a good looking boot jack. It's
marked W H Van Dusen, which I imagine was the name of a shoe store or shoe
manufacturer looking to remind you where to buy your next pair of boots each
time you take the old ones on and off. The casting and condition are
Very Good . . . . . . $195.00
"Blond Nellie" Cast Iron Boot Jack
This one is kinda cute. She has
everything a fellow could want.
Good +. . . . . . $125.00
Folding Boot Jack This is a triple-folder.
The patent info is cast into the cover. It's nice and compact, but I'd bet
your boots to mine that the delicate casting meant not too many have survived.
Very Good . . . . . . $295.00
Victorian Decorated Cast Iron Boot Jack
Here is an antique cast iron boot jack with a
great looking decoration much like Victorian hardware. Note that it is a double
ender for different size boots. Also note the
reinforcing cast into the base on the underside. A quality piece obviously made by a
quality outfit from the Victorian era---Charles Parker perhaps, or some other well
respected maker of cast iron products from the 19th century. The "Beetle" form
bootjack may be
common, but this stylized version with decoration that resembles Victorian
Hardware is anything but and displays a quality of casting not often seen. Different
and very nice!
Fine . . . . . . $150.00
Double End Cast Iron Boot Jack
This too looks to be English. It has a boot puller
at each end, a somewhat unusual feature. The casting depicts a
Roman looking warrior with headgear on. Different!
Fine . . . . . . $195.00
Cast Iron Floral Design Boot Jack This bootjack
has a lot of decoration cast into the top. I assume the hole in the tail
is for hanging it up. Most boot jacks, but not all have this feature. Great
Good . . . . . . $295.00
Patented Mechanical Antique
Boot Jack This interesting
cast iron must have been designed to be used in a place where boots were tough to get
off or were very dirty, and you needed all the help you could get without
getting dirty or tired. It has a nice
casting, and is in
Good +. . . . . . $295.00
Twisted Snakes Figural Brass Boot Jack This
cast brass bootjack has an
interesting figural theme of two twisted or intertwined snakes. The two holes
between the bodies
have the interesting feature of sawtooth-like teeth, much like a corn sheller
might have. This bootjack came out of a farm / engine show in Iowa about
15 years ago and has been in this collection since then. It is a nice casting and has good detail. Is
it a combo tool corn sheller or isn't it?
Fine . . . . . . $395.00
Brass Boot Jack / Vines & Leaves This cast
brass bootjack is the same design as the one above but polished rather than
painted. Note the
markings on the bottom. Looks like A. B. Seebass and Offenbach, an outfit
I have never heard of. It is a nice casting and has good detail.
A beautiful piece!
Fine . . . . . . $195.00
Cast Iron Boot Jack / Combo Tool / Can Opener / Wrench / Nail Puller / Corn Sheller? This is a
very unusual form for a bootjack. A combo tools that incorporates a
wrench, can opener, hammer, tack puller and what could well be used as a corn sheller in the center
cutout portion. It might just be part of the wrench idea, but those
graduated steps sure look similar to some early hand held corn shellers I have
Fine . . . . . . $495.00
Cast Iron Heart Motif Boot Jack This early
double end cast iron bootjack
has an interesting design with a different size jack at each end, and the pivot
in the middle. It has a very primitive look to it and has great
Good . . . . . . $175.00
"Naughty Nellie" Cast Iron Boot Jack
Here she is again with her special red outfit on
that includes polka dot garters. Ready to be put into use.
Good +. . . . . . $95.00
"Nipple Nellie" Cast Iron Boot Jack
This Nellie bootjack has a one piece
outfit on pulled down just enough to reveal a bit of nipple. The paint is
worn, but she is not. Nice form, nice detail, and nice -----.
Good +. . . . . . $75.00