This is a Machwitz Kaffee (coffee) tin. It measures 3 6/8" long by 2 7/8" wide by 2" high. This little German tin was made in the 1930's. As you can see by the pics it is in used condition. The hinges are in very good working order.
This item is in very good condition. I don't usually pick up items like this but found it very appealing because of the wooden wheels and how well it was made. It stands 37 1/2" tall. width--8 3/4" by 24 3/4" long.The wheels are 12 3/4" in diameter and the table is 14 1/2" by 17 3/4". I do have more photos. Just email me and I will send them to you. This is a pick up item only.
This is a pair of antique H.K.Porter bolt cutters in working condition. I did oil the tool just to make sure everything worked. There is some surface rust and some of the original black finish is gone. Otherwise I feel it is in very good condition. Cast into one side of the handles is Pat. Oct 18.92, Trademark HKP. On the head it says Everett, Mass.USA. On the other side it says Porter's "New Easy", Size No. 0. For 5-16 inch bolts. The cutters measure 1" X 5 1/4" X 19"
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.
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...
This is a double pie basket with a divider and cover to hold two pies. It was made in Putney, Vermont in 1989 and is signed. Very good condition.
I'm not sure how old this item is, but it would make a great gift for a golf enthusiast. It is 6" long by 3 3/8" wide.
This is a real nice tool. It says "THE BRIDGEPORT HDWE. MFG.CO NO. 120 MADE IN U.S.A. BRIDGEPORT CONN. The name is a little difficult to read, but the number is very clear as is where it was made. It has been recently sharpened. It just needs a little cleaning up.
This measuring tape is 1 1/2" in diameter and made of thin celluloid and tin. A litho on both sides shows THE FLUME in Franconia Notch in New Hampshire. The tape is made of cloth and doesn't retract the last 2". Good condition and a nice souvenir.
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.
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.