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Toilet Paper Holder Scott Co Antique 1885 Industrial Dispenser Brass Cast Iron
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Toilet Paper Holder Scott Co Antique 1885 Industrial Dispenser Brass Cast Iron

Toilet Paper Holder Scott Co Antique 1885 Industrial Dispenser Brass Cast Iron

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Style : [Industrial]
Weight : [7 Lb 2 Oz]
Country/Region of Origin : [United States]
Original/Reproduction : [Original]
Color : [Black & Gold Letters]
Age : [1898]
Primary Material : [Cast Iron]
Type : [Public Restroom Toilet Paper Holder Dispenser]
Maker : [Northern Paper Mills of Green Bay Wis.]
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TrueGether RARE 1885 SCOTT TOILET PAPER CO. INDUSTRIAL DISPENSER Brass Toilet Paper Holder Patent Dec. 22, 1885 Brass lid , skeleton key lock , the round knob would distribute the paper It looks like it held small rolls or pre-cut paper sheets. Hoyt's Toilet - Reads " Leased from Scott Paper Co Limited Philadelphia Penna " Scott Paper Co was founded in 1879. That puts this dispenser as first generation, probably one of the earliest dispensers out for Public Restrooms App. Measurements: 8.5 x 6 x 3 inches , with weight over 7 lbs Condition: replacement key (original was lost), brass was cleaned , cast iron has some rust spots, everything works , overall great condition Rare Collectible. The only other one I found is a picture in a Toilet Paper Museum (Tag Yerit Toilet Paper Curiosities) Rolled and perforated toilet paper as we're familiar with today was invented around 1880. Various sources attribute it to the Albany Perforated Wrapping (A.P.W.) Paper Company in 1877 and to the Scott Paper Company in 1879 . On a side note, the Scott Company was too embarrassed to put their name on their product, as the concept of toilet paper was a sensitive subject at the time.