A beautiful, rare, and ornate Myers hay trolley center drop pulley. This pulley locked into the receiver on a Myers hay trolley and was used in the late 1800s/early 1900s to put up loose hay.It is known as in being in Myers' "early rivet head series" with a bell-shaped register head, and was used in conjunction with several old Myers trolleys. As shown in the second photo, "H-50" is cast into one side of the pulley body.
One of the better-looking CDPs ever made. Company was headquartered in Ashland, Ohio. This pulley is in excellent condition with no breaks or repairs. The clevis attachment rotates and the sheave turns freely. In photos ignore the thin wire at the end of the clevis -- it's there only for hanging the pulley during photo-taking.
This pulley has only been cleaned -- no clear coats added. This cast-iron antique measures 12" tall, 4-7/8" wide, and weighs 3.3 pounds. This is a hard-to-find pulley; don't miss this rare opportunity to obtain one in such pristine and original condition. Please see our flawless feedback. We guarantee your complete satisfaction because all of our items are.Our descriptions are honest, accurate, and detailed. The item "Antique Vtg Cast Iron Myers Hay Trolley Drop Pulley Farm Barn Rivet Head H-50" is in sale since Saturday, April 10, 2021.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Tools, Hardware & Locks\Tools\Pulleys, Block & Tackle". The seller is "industrial-antiquities" and is located in Urbandale, Iowa.
This item can be shipped to United States.