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Antique Crossed Out Door Stop Cast Iron

Product #MJ198

“Crossed Out” 7 1/4″ high 5 1/2″ wide 1 1/2″ deep.

This ‘Crossed Out’ figural doorstop is one unusual vintage cast-iron doorstop is a clownish boy wearing a checkered shirt. He is standing with his legs and arms crossed. At his feet are piles of books and pamphlets. It may have been made to commemorate the New York Times crossword puzzle. Since the Times didn’t publish its first crossword puzzle until 1942, the doorstop wasn’t made before then. One sold in 2008 for $4,025. In 2011 another one sold for $1,725.





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