Fancy embroidery scissors in the shape of an armored pikeman

Fancy embroidery scissors in the shape of an armored pikeman

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Description (Brief)
Pair of decorative embroidery scissors, blades in shape of armored pikeman, die cast steel blades, handles and armor have gold coating. The donor, Charles Wiebusch, was associated with the cutlery firm that shared his name, "American and Foreign agents, manufacturers, and importers" of knives, scissors, etc.
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Object Name
embroidery scissors
date made
ca. 1900
place made
ID Number
catalog number
Credit Line
Gift of Charles Wiebusch
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Cultural and Community Life: Textiles
Needlework Tools
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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