A fabulous antique cast iron doorknob with a figural design of a woman, dating from the late 19th century. This “Lady” knob is believed to depict the silhouette of Clara Barton; a Civil War nurse who founded the Red Cross. This doorknob has a beautifully aged patina and is in very good condition; it is permanently affixed to its spindle. The knob measures 2-3/16" in diameter and 2" deep. THIS LISTING IS FOR A SINGLE KNOB.
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