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Item:123361003815eBay Listing Template r1 DETROIT SCHOOLS CAST DOOR KNOB - BEAUTIFULLY MOUNTED (2556-D) Beautiful and heavy vintage single cast iron door knob. Sanctioned by the Detroit Board of Education for the school house doors in Detroit, Michigan, circa 1900 - 1920. The knob depicts a teacher holding the hand of a child while pointing toward the heavens and the inscription reads: "Board of Education of the City of Detroit Incorporated February 17th, 1842". 'sic itur ad astra' which is Latin meaning 'thus you shall go to the stars'. Knob measures 2 7/16" in diameter and stands 3 1/8" high. The knob has been cleaned and a coat of clear lacquer has been applied before mounting it to a beautiful block of red oak. Would make a wonderful keep sake or gift and anyone education in the Detroit area. Uncommon piece. We will ship via Boxed USPS Priority Mail within the USA. Buy more than one of our current offerings and save on postage! TO SEE OUR INVENTORY of SALVAGED DOORS KNOBS or DOOR KNOB SETS PLEASE: CLICK HERE!SEE OUR COMPLETE INVENTORY OF SALVAGED EASTLAKE HARDWARE: CLICK HERE! Ohio residents must add sales tax.Condition:CAST IRON, CIRCA 1910-1920, WONDERFUL CONDITION, DEPICTS TEACHER ENCOURAGING CHILD TO REACH FOR THE STARS, Material:Cast Iron, Color:Gun Metal Gray, Type:Door Knob
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Detroit Schools Cast Door Knob - Beautifully Mounted (2556-D)