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Black Americana "Jocko the Jockey" Cast Iron Hitching Post
Original Americana "Jocko the Jockey" cast iron hitching post. Jocko measures 23" high. Base is 10" wide, 10" deep and 14.5" high.
- Place of Origin
- Date of ManufactureEarly 20th Century
- Materials and Techniques
- WearWear consistent with age and use.
- DimensionsH 37.5 in. x W 10 in. x D 10 in.H 95.25 cm x W 25.4 cm x D 25.4 cm
- Seller LocationPalm Springs, CA
- Reference NumberLU898516033892
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