- Larry Grinnell
- is the
Grinnell family archivist -
This is a cast iron or
steel bookend, approximately 8 inches wide by 6 inches
high (20 x 15 cm). It is painted to resemble the patina
of an older copper or bronze piece. There is a stamped
mark on the reverse indicating it was cast in 1923 at a
foundry in Warren, Ohio. It is quite heavyat least
one to two kilos. My cousin found it in an antique store
- Quiz Answer ...
- This is the upper part of a cigar
ashtray. There are no markings as to date of
manufacture. The pole and base are most likely
stainless steel. The ash tray casting is probably
steel. The cup (used to extinguish cigars), is a
polished metal, perhaps a steel or copper alloy,
which is chrome plated.
This is a top view of the
- This is a full-length view of the
- It is approximately one meter
highperhaps a bit taller than that.
- Here is a photo of me taken in
early May (2001) after passing the final (of
seven) examination required to obtain my
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
certification. It was taken in my office at
Motorola in Boynton Beach, Florida, USA. Visit
the Grinnell Family Association Official Website
to find out more about the
origins of the Grinnell family.