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J.W. Fisk Morgan Stallion Weathervane
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
American (New York), ca 1922. A J. W. Fiske gilt copper weather vane with directional, depicting a full-bodied Morgan stallion; oah 79.5, lg. of horse, 30 in.
Note: This vane is pictured in the 1920 J.W. Fiske illustrated catalogue of Copper Weather Vanes, page 10, No. 600. The stallion figure is modeled after an engraving of one of the great foundation sires of the Lippitt Morgan Horse Registry, Hale's Green Mountain, ca 1888. 
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