1901 PROHIBITION CAST IRON AXE ART STOVE CO ADV
Up For Auction.We have a Great Reproduction of the Laurent Stove and Range advertisment from the ART STOVE CO. Detroit Michigan. This almost 9 inch long cast iron AXE has on one side a picture of whom I assume is Carry Nation,the radical prohibitionist, who, in 1900, at the age of 54, decided that since officials were unwilling to uphold the law, she would take a hatchet and destroy the saloons, bars, and other establishments such as drug stores that sold alcohol. Along with her picture are the words 1901 AXE OF ALL NATIONS CUT OUT THE WHISKEY On the other side LAURET STOVE & RANGES ART STOVE CO. DETROIT, MICH. I am guessing these were a store give-a-way item and could have been used to remove a lid on a wood burning cook stove. You'll be pleased with this purchase.Limited Quanities on these Reproduction Axes.Made From the Original Molds.Winning bidder to pay shipping according to zip code.
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