This item was made by the Lufkin Board and Log Rule Company in the first quarter of the 20th century. It is in good condition. The measurements are 31" wide by 48 1/2" long. I did have it made into a table so I could use it. The price is for the item as a table or just the board. If you would like to see more pictures-- just e-mail me.
Here's a very nice painting of pike. It is signed by a local artist Erica Brooke Ciraldi, dated 1995. It measures 24" by 40". Price includes shipping, insurance and handling except to Alaska and Hawaii. No international shipments.
I believe the body of the horse is made of zinc, but I'm not absolutely sure. If it was painted, most of it is gone. There are traces of red paint left on it. The horse itself measures 9.5" high X 11" wide. The directional is 23.5" long. It has 2 bullet holes and three others that look like beebee holes. None of these went through to the other side. There is also some seam separation and split damage on the body itself. The rod is in good solid shape...
Here's a very interesting looking pig. He is 8" tall and 5" across the bottom and holds 1 quart. He is pink with black feet and has a blue belt that has a medallion hanging from it. The top of the pitcher and the handle are green leaves. The surface of the pitcher seems to have a crackle finish to it. There are no cracks or chips on this fellow. It is marked Costa, Made in Italy with a pitcher logo. There is also a paper sticker which reads Williams-Sonoma, Grande Cuisine.
Here's another pig pitcher. He is a slightly different color, more of a beige with a dark blue belt and yellow medallion. He has black feet and eyes. Also the top of the pitcher and the handle are green leaves. He measures 8" tall and 5" across the bottom. He does have a very tiny hole on the top of his head, barely noticeable. There is no mark on this little piggy.
Bronze medallion struck by Tiffany & Co. with original box. 77.1 mm. Medal portrays an Indian Chief on the left clasping hands with a crowned and robed female figure. On this side of the medallion it says--- Given in honor of the guests who attended the dedication ceremonies on the opening of the building of the Chamber of Commerce. On the other side it says To commemorate the opening of the building of the Chamber of Commerce of the state of New York Nov.11 1902.
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 Crown Staffordshire demitasse cup and saucer. Cup is 2 1/8" tall: saucer is 5" diameter.. They are both trimmed in gold.Both cup and saucer are marked on base. Register # is 622,733 and they are signed. On the rim of the cup it feels like there is tiny chip but I believe this was done during manufacturing. Thousands flower pattern.Made between 1905-1930.
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.
Here is a set of four vintage stainless steel butter knives made in Taiwan. Each one has an animal handle. A duck, rabbit, boar and fish. I believe they are made of pewter. The blade on the duck is slightly loose but does not come apart. The brass ring on the duck knife has very slight damage. (re:pics)