This is an authentic solid brass Otis elevator mechanism dating from circa 1920, removed from the Powers Jewelers in Milwaukee in the 1980’s. It is extremely heavy and in exceptionally good condition. As you can see, it is aesthetically magnificent on its own and worthy of display in any number of ways. It could also still be used for an elevator.
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23.5" H x 10" W x 4" D
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