This old sprinkler is a Hubbard. It screws to the end of a garden hose and would probably put out quite a spray. The base is made of a cast white metal, either aluminum or a metal generally referred to as pot metal. The rotating mechanism and arms appear to be made of brass. The screw on tips of the arms each have five small holes for the water to spray out of. The center piece also has two holes to get better coverage. The fitting that attaches to the hose is also made of brass. The top of the base reads “Hubbard” and near the center post it reads; PAT. PENG.. On the bottom is an embossed number; PN1 and “Made in Minneapolis”. It appears, from the underneath side, that the base was probably painted red originally.
I have not used this so I do not know how well it sprays. I see no reason it wouldn’t work but it is being sold as-is.
The base measures about 7 ½” wide and it’s about 4 5/8" high in the center. It has minor nicks from use and the base has some water mineral reside in the creases. It has not been polished.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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