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1950s Human Form Two Sided Heavy Sheet Iron Shooting Target

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Life-sized Two sided heavy sheet iron shooting target found in Chicago, circa 1950s. Most likely a police training target. Original paint surface on each side. Custom museum wall mount included and can be installed on either side of target. Excellent and bold wall hanging. Please see all images. Each side is very interesting and different.

Details

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  • Condition
    Good. Good solid condition. .
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Dimensions

    H 44 in. x W 30 in. x D 2 in.

    H 111.76 cm x W 76.2 cm x D 5.08 cm

  • Seller location
    Santa Monica, CA
  • Reference number
    f87341603294371843fs

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