There are no discernible maker’s marks. The weathervane came off of a barn in Connecticut.
The eagle and orb are hollow bodied, and appear to be copper with a gold gilded surface. The arrow has a folded copper tail with a hollow brass shaft and an iron point. The arrow, as well as the letters in the directional, are gold colored. The directional itself is made of iron, as is the shaft on which the whole weathervane stands.
The is approximately 36 inches tall; 27-1/2 inches from wing tip to wing tip; the arrow, 30-1/2 inches; and the directionals, 21-1/4 inches. A contemporary iron base supports the weathervane.