Two early 19th century copper moulds. These moulds, although fairly simple in form, are interesting in the way that they are made. They are both made in two sections, with a castellated seam near to the top. This would date the moulds to about 1830 as later moulds, especially of this size, would have been made in a different way. Unfortunately they both have slight faults, due to age and use. One has a split, about 2cm. long, running down one of the flutes and the other has two tiny pin holes.
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