Vintage Decorative Metal Receipt Spikes, Iron Note Business Card and Photo Holder
Product Description: Receipt spikes, also known as a doc spikes, ticket stabbers or stationary spindle were once seen in diners, restaurants and even on office desks for completed orders. This group consists of 2 metal receipt spikes and 1 iron note holder which could also be used as a business card holder or to display a small photograph.
Circa: Most likely first half of 1900's
- Receipt Spike: A round, decorative, pierced base made of metal with remnants of the original green paint on the bottom.
- Receipt Spike: A raised square base made of metal, heavily embossed with a decorative deer motif.
- Coiled Note holder: A round iron base with coiled top. Could double as a business card holder or picture display holder.
Receipt Holders: Height: 5 ½” tall
Note Holder: Height: 3 ½” x 3 3/8” wide (note, card or picture can extend wider)
Product Weight: 11.3 ounces (group of 3)
Primary Material: Metal, Iron
Markings: B1-3 incised on bottom of note holder. No other visible markings.
Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age. Functions properly with light surface patina.
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