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The Dent Hardware Company was located in Fullerton, Pennsylvania (USA) and was founded 1895 by Henry H. Dent with four more partners. They produced Iron- and Aluminium transportation toys , as well as carriages with horses, and airplanes. As was usual for the time,the Dent Hardware Company produced hardware for homes. This included door hinges, door handles and locks.
Cast iron, painted in orange body, black roof, three opening freezer doors on sides,
Very rare, cast iron four-door sedan painted orange with gold piping,
Cast iron painted dark green with black chassis and nickeled grille,
Rare example, cast iron, painted blue with orange chassis and nickeled front bumper and grille, rubber tires with red wooden hubs. Ex. Don Kaufman Collection.
Seldom seen example painted orange with black roof, nickel plated wheels with red centers, spare on side, embossed 'Parcel Express' on van body, cast driver riveted to door.
Cast iron, probably the most colorful of all the oil tankers, done in red Mack "C" cab, black roof, orange tanker body, yellow spoke wheels, blue painted driver, trimmed in gold.
This extremely rare auto is reported to be the only known example, cast iron, painted in orange with black roof, nickel disc wheels with red painted centers, spare mounted on rear, some chipping to roof paint, otherwise a solid and excellent find.
Dent, cast iron, blue body, yellow spoke wheels, original nickel driver, gold trimmed embossed striping, from the Dick Ford Collection; a very rare find in this condition,
A previously unseen version of a wrecker by Dent, the open cab body
Dent factory sample with tag, cast iron toy painted in light blue with black roof and gold trim, has nickel plated wheels and spare with red painted centers. Provenance: Gottschalk Collection. Provenance: Jay Schoedinger Collection. (Near Mint Cond.)