Vintage Tool Walkers Non Such Advertising Large Metal Toffee Hammer Axe Breaker 1920s Suffragettes
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Item - Vintage Long Handled Metal Toffee Hammer advertising Walkers Non-Such Toffee, Circa 1920s (please see all photos)
Maker - Unknown
Stamps - Stamped to the handle WALKER'S NONSUCH
Circa - 1920s
Construction - Nickel Plated Cast Iron
Country of Origin - England
Dimensions - 7" in length
Weight - 121 gram
Condition - Very Good Used Condition
Other Interesting Points - Toffee Hammers are deigned to break slabs of hard toffee, but during the suffragette movement of the early 20th Century they were used for breaking windows as a form of showing displeasure in a political situation. This particular example dates from that period, a advertising piece for Walkers Non-Such a Staffordshire toffee maker. Walkers Non-Such takes it name from the famous NonSuch Palace built by Henry VIII to be the palace of all palaces; there's non-such like it!
(Please see all Photos).
POSTAGE & PACKAGING
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|Next Day UK Delivery||£8.00|
|Signed For UK Delivery||£4.00|
|Standard UK Delivery||£3.00|
|Air Mail Europe||£4.50|
|Air Mail Outside Europe||£6.00|