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Unique Antiques II

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Circa 1922 “Frost Mfg” Flush lever
This lever has been restored in polished unlacquered brass.  Your tank will need a square hole with a minimum 3/4” square cutout for this lever to work.  It has an embossed Patent date of 7-25-1922, and the lever will hang in a vertical position, just like the picture.  It will operate the flush mechanism if turned in either direction.  Lever can be nickel plated for an additional fee.  Call for details.
OFL1581 Frost lever SOLD

“N.O. Nelson” Flush Lever
This is one cool lever.  N.O. Nelson was a manufacturer of sanitaryware in San Francisco in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.  This particular lever has been replated in polished nickel, and has a plate around the face of the lever with the maker’s name nicely embossed.  It’ll need a 11/16” square hole in the tank for it to fit properly.  The lever hangs vertically, and will operate the flush mechanism when turned in either direction.  Unfortunately, there’s no date on this one, but the maker was gone by WW1.
OFL1582 lever SOLD


“M.VB” Porcelain Flush Lever
We’re not sure who M.VB is, but this is a nice early lever.  It’ll need a 5/8” square hole in the tank, and mounts in the horizontal position.  No date, but levers like this were common in the 1920’s.
OFL1583 lever SOLD

“Frost Mfg.” Brass flush lever
This lever's newest patent date is March 14th, 1911.  It was made in Kenosha WI, by the Frost Manufacturing company.  This lever will need a square hole that’s at least 11/16”, and it can be plated in polished nickel for an additional fee.  There is one flaw known as a “blackspot” on the porcelain part of the lever, it’s been there for 100 years, and there isn’t much we can do about it.
OFL1584 Frost Lever SOLD


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