Tuesday, May 26, 2015
This bench is six feet long, 12 inches wide and stands 18 inches tall. These were from the New England Power Supply co. and were most likely from the locker rooms where the workers would change their clothes. Wooden top with metal bracketed legs.
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 5:48 PM
This rolling cart has large wheels, two drawers, a bottom shelf, and a large top that would be great for displaying small items. This is from New England Power Supply co. and has a small metal tag on side reading, NE Power Supply. The cart measures 32 by 18 and is 39 inches tall. Rolls nice and easy! SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 5:44 PM
Made of wooden slats with advertising for Camel cigarettes. Bring home a carton today! This rack is 34-1/2 by 14 inches and stands 50 inches tall. Sold!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 5:38 PM
Depending on who messages me first, I will sell these individually or as a set. Missing one piece! These are weighted plastic pieces that range in size from 4-1/2 inches tall to 8-1/2 inches tall. I think they would be cool just as one piece on a bookcase or table top. Sold!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 5:32 PM
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
This table had been used in a welding shop. Rolls easily and has a bottom shelf and a handle for pushing. The table is 49 inches long with the handle extending an additional 6 inches. The table is 18 inches wide. Won't take up much room but makes a fun display! Table is sold!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 9:35 AM
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Open House, garden party this weekend! Enter our free raffle for a chance to win one of these baskets of flowers!
Open house this weekend. Starting tomorrow, Thursday May 14th through Saturday 10-5 and Sunday May 17th 12-5. Refreshments will be served on Saturday and Sunday. Lots and lots of great items. NO HOLDS THIS WEEKEND ONLY PLEASE!! Come on down for the best selection!
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