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  C Cleaves pic1.JPG - C CLEAVES REVERSE THIMBLE - Length 7 1/2 in; marked C CLEAVES inside thimble below row of 4 stars, apparent mistake by Cleaves when thimble was made; ex-Jim Baird collection (The C. Cleaves name appears on the thimble of a variety of candlesticks made with excellent workmanship.  Charles Samuel Cleaves was born in 1860 and lived in Weaverville, CA till his death in 1918.  He owned a blacksmith shop in Weaverville where he made candlesticks, spurs, bits and bells for freight horses.  His candlesticks are highly sought by collectors.  See Thorpe, Eureka #36, p 24)  
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C Cleaves pic1 | C CLEAVES REVERSE THIMBLE - Length 7 1/2 in; marked C CLEAVES inside thimble below row of 4 stars, apparent mistake by Cleaves when thimble was made; ex-Jim Baird collection (The C. Cleaves name appears on the thimble of a variety of candlesticks made with excellent workmanship. Charles Samuel Cleaves was born in 1860 and lived in Weaverville, CA till his death in 1918. He owned a blacksmith shop in Weaverville where he made candlesticks, spurs, bits and bells for freight horses. His candlesticks are highly sought by collectors. See Thorpe, Eureka #36, p 24) Download Original Image
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