P. O. Box 596
Wirtz, VA 24184 U.S.A.
Top left: Black boy grabbed by an alligator carved in horn. 1897 Williamson patent bell with wire cutter and cap lifter.
Top right: Monkey relaxing in a tree carved in antler. Walker bell. Monogrammed tip marked STERLING.
2nd row left: Silver boar's head mounted on a boar's tusk. The mount is marked STERLING. On top is a silver figure of Die Schützenliesl from an 1881 painting by Friedrich August Kaulbach.
2nd row right: Silver boar's head mounted on a boar's tusk with open frame. The head is marked STERLING.
Bottom left: Silver boar's head mounted on a boar's tusk. Straight pull corkscrew. The head is marked GORHAM MFG. CO. STERLING. Fine details carved into tusk.
Bottom right: Deer head carved into Antler. Silver mount marked STERLING.
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