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ANTIQUE GATE AND FENCING, CAST IRON, LATE 19TH CENTURY ANTIQUE GATE AND FENCING, CAST IRON, LATE 19TH CENTURY
Date: late 19th century
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Description: Unusual and decorative 19th century cast iron garden gate and two matching fence sections, decorated with beautifully cast flowers, palmettes, spirals, and leaves. An enticing design to completely transforms a garden area. Has been professionally cleaned, primed and painted black. Gate 44 1/2 inches high and 38 inches wide. Two matching fence sections each 38 inches high and 88 inches wide. Total width of gate and two fence sections 214 inches. Installation posts would be in addition to this width. Ideal to fence off an area to make it a special site.

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CAST IRON GATE DATED 1890 JOHN MCLEAN IRON NEW YORKCAST IRON GATE DATED 1890 JOHN MCLEAN IRON NEW YORK
Date: 1890
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Description: Cast iron gate labeled John McLean New York and dated on front 1890. Beautifully detailed casting with scrolls and stylized flowers and leafage, in verdigris color paint. Excellent condition. John McLean Cast Iron was listed in New York directories from 1877 to at least 1905. He was awarded a patent for a cast iron settee in 1891. An additional matching gate dated 1898 is also available. Except for the dates, these gates would be a pair. 43 inches high and 31 inches wide.

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CAST IRON GATE DATED 1898 JOHN MCLEAN NEW YORKCAST IRON GATE DATED 1898 JOHN MCLEAN NEW YORK
Date: 1898
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Description: Cast iron gate dated 1898 in beautiful design of stylized scrolls, flowers and leaves, firmly attributed to John McLean Cast Iron, New York. In attractive verdigris color paint, superb casting. 43 inches high and 31 inches wide. Matching design gate also available dated 1890 and labeled John McLean, thus making a pair of gates also available. John McLean was listed in New York directories from 1873 to 1905. In 1904 he was awarded a patent for a cast iron 'Curtain' pattern settee.

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GATES, OR PANELS, ANTIQUE WROUGHT IRON WITH SCROLLS, C. 1920GATES, OR PANELS, ANTIQUE WROUGHT IRON WITH SCROLLS, C. 1920
Date: C. 1920
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Description: PAIR OF WROUGHT IRON GATES OR PANELS WITH GRACEFUL DECORATIVE SCROLL DESIGN. EACH 59 3/4in H. 28 1/2in W. CIRCA 1920. SALE Pair $450.

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