Upper Pucker Antiques and Oddtiques
Wonderful bench that dates around 1860. It is very sturdy. One side arm has started to split but is not a huge problem.Also one of the back rungs has been replaced. It measures 10 feet 1 inch long, Width-1 foot 6 inches, Height- 2 feet 7 inches, Seat depth is 14 inches and sits 18 inches from wall. Would look great on your porch or in your front entreway. This is a pick up item only.
Here is a large butter churn or washing machine, I am still not completely sure. Barrel in the frame measures 42" high.The barrel itself is 29" high by 23 1/2" in diameter.It has a hook to keep it still or you can unhook it to move it back and forth. It's painted with old blue paint. There is no makers name on it and I do not have the handle that goes with it. THIS IS A PICKUP ITEM ONLY.
This nice brass kettle circa 1800's measures 9 1/2" in diameter by 6" tall (10 1/2" to the top of the iron handle) It is in very good condition with no damage.
This is a terrific niddy noddy. It is held together on both ends by two tiny wood pegs - one is missing, but the piece is still very stable. This tool was used in making skeins of yarn. The spindle is 18" long and the short ends are 14". There is a 4 1/2" crack where it is joined on one end.
Nice advertising box. Measures 9 1/2" by 8" by 18". It has the S.W. logo, Made in USA, From the Stanley Works, New Britain, Conn., USA. From the 1940's in good condition.
This box measures 15" by 7 1/4" by 4 1/4". On the box it says The Standard Outfit Trademark For Boots and Shoe Repairing, Every Family Needs Ones.
This is a reproduction 1920-1930's racing car made by Wolf Creek products in Eldora, Iowa in the 1980's. Its dimensions are 17 3/8" by 3 5/8" without tires. With the tires its width is 5 1/4".
This is a real nice item. It's a two sectional glue pot made in Marietta, P.A. and is numbered 0. It stands 4 1/2" tall by 6" wide. Some of the enamel is missing on the inside of the smaller pot. Otherwise it's in good shape.