• Blacksmith Collectible Pin

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Item #: 60092538
Our Price: $9.99
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Relocated from a neighboring farm less than a mile away, Walter Knott's blacksmith building is an original piece of American history. Moved lock, stock, and anvil to Ghost Town in 1941, the old blacksmith shop remains a venerable cornerstone of Main Street as one of its original buildings and one of Knott's most historic structures. The craft of the blacksmith continues today just as it has for over 150 years within this building’s walls. Hand-wrought branding irons and horseshoes are still made to order! There's no better way to pay tribute to this important old west figure than with this classic collector available on for a limited time. Get one before they vanish like the old west!

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Pin #26. 
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by Roger
on 2/9/2021
This is a nice sized, aesthetically pleasing relatively heavy pin that feels good to hold. The pin itself might be one of the more artistically creative pins in the entire set as it has 6-7 component attributes to it. It’s one of the few pins amongst the 100 that actually shows the front facade of one of the ghost town buildings - which I really like! The horseshoe framing of the pin, the prominently centered textured anvil, the Knott’s and Blacksmithing signs, the opened doors with that flaming interior peek all speak to a very creatively designed pin. Adding to the theme of the pin is that black cardboard backing with the radiating flames. Glad that the Blacksmith made it into the top 100 of Anniversary subjects. It’s one of the buildings that figures prominently in the look and feel of ghost town and is a good representative of the historical origins of Knott’s.
by Alex
on 1/3/2021
Large pin
When I first saw the design of this pin, I absolutely loved it. But when I saw it in person I was a little less excited. Although, this is a larger and more bulkier pin in the series so that made up for it.
by Leroy
on 1/2/2021
It’s a bit of a larger pin than I imagined.
Overall I like the pin. I like the 3-D look of the pin. I just wish they were doing enamel pins and not so many print screen pins. With that being said, it is one of my favorite in my collection.
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