Vintage Tool Walkers Non Such Advertising Large Metal Toffee Hammer Axe Breaker 1920s Suffragettes

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Vintage Tool Walkers Non Such Advertising Large Metal Toffee Hammer Axe Breaker 1920s Suffragettes

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

There is a charge of £3.00 for Postage and Packaging to all U.K. Residents (Standard UK Delivery), we will also ship Worldwide please check table below for delivery costs. If you have any questions please feel free to contact!

Postage Rates for this Item
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
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