Tuesday, September 27, 2016
All sides, plus inside of lid are marked. There are paper labels on sides. This has two compartments inside with all the cardboard egg holders and cushioning intact. The lid could be screwed down to keep the cargo safe! This is from Greenfield, NH. Excellent condition! Measures 27 inches wide and 15 inches tall. SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 6:41 PM
The American Sugar Refining Company was the largest sugar refinery in America in the early 1900's. It later became known as Domino Sugar. This barrel is super solid, and has the lid which has graphics as well as the bottom of the barrel. This is good sized and stands 29-1/2 inches tall and the opening at top is 20 inches in diameter, although it is wider at middle. SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 6:35 PM
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Tried to research these Wonder Covers, but couldn't find anything! The other side of the rack reads for Home, Marine, Farm and Industrial use. Maybe the rack held some type of tarps for sale? Not sure, but it's a cool rack and would look nice displaying a collection, maybe in a garage or man cave. The rack measures 27 by 20 and 40-1/2 inches tall.
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 7:31 PM
These drawers are big and solid, very heavy duty. One has nice dividers inside but is missing one of it's Eastlake style pulls. The other is not divided but has both pulls! These have large dovetail joins,and some old green paint on drawer fronts, giving them some nice age! They measure 25 by 20 and are 6-1/2 inches deep
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 7:28 PM
In excellent condition, with lid (has a few dents) and wooden handles, this large copper boiler is 23-1/2 by 13 inches and stands 14 inches tall. You hardly ever see them with their insert still! This is a beautiful piece! SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 7:20 PM
I bought this cloak down in Rhode Island, and thought it was unusual. It is canvas or oilskin, dark blue, with a collar and openings for arms to come through. Inside one pocket was the hat all folded up, a sort of beret with three decorative buttons down the back. Along the inner front edge are two different stenciled names and numbers. SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 7:18 PM