VINTAGE ANTIQUE 1920'S BASEBALL TURNSTILES-3 For Sale
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VINTAGE ANTIQUE 1920'S BASEBALL TURNSTILES-3:
Wow! When have you seen these items. These three turnstiles were removed from Bowman Field in Williamsport, PA having been installed when the ballpark was built in the twenties. All old turnstiles were pretty much the same construction much like seats so coming from a minor league park or a major league park like Yankee Stadium made not much difference as to their look. These are heavy and measure 48" x 48" x 48". They are being sold "AS IS" because they are certainly missing parts, don't turn completely and the base on two is broken. All three stand on their own and a nice round wooden base to which they could be attached would really make them pop. They don't need much work, just cleaning up. I wired brushed one but the old patina and look is great if you have a place for them; i.e., restaurant, store, etc. The counter boxes are missing as pictured and the foot pedals all operate but like I said only one turns a little. Pick up would make things easier. To be shipped they'd have to be palleted and trucked. Each weighs about onehundred pounds.
If you have interested in only one, we can talk about that.
PayPal please. Shipping will be determined by zip code, weight and truckingcompany.
On Oct-26-11 at 20:14:06 PDT, seller added the following information:
I have inquiries as to shipping costs and have varying estimates. For information purposes, one quote to ship to Texas was $600 for all three. I would expect it would be close to $1000 to the East Coast.
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