Weathervanes and Whirligigs
Zinc fish weathervane with stamp on side. By WM Boekel and Co., 518 Vine Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Folky sheet iron rooster weathervane. Old grey painted surface. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Later 19th century.
Native American weathervane. Iron and tin. Good detail. An Inidian in stride with a quill and bown. Later 19th century.
Rare miniature Folk Art wooden whirligig. Polychrome paint, figure of an owl, copper paddles. Late 19th century.
Folk Art Patriotic airplane whirligig. Three carved wood men with red, white, and blue paint. Propeller lacking tail blade. Original surface. Circa 1900’s.
Folky sheet iron weathervane, figure of a pig on arrow directional with curled tail. Pennsylvania or Maryland. Late 19th – early 20th century.
Two Folk Art Whirligigs made by the same hand, painted wood whimsical figures. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Early 20th Century. One is lacking paddles.
Folk Art painted wood whirligig of a man sawing and a man smoking. Early 20th century.