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.
This is a really nice advertising box. If you collect vacuum antiques or advertising boxes, this is for you. It is a good solid box. Measurements are 48" long by 11" wide by 9" deep.
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.
This train set is in very good condition and in working order. The box is also in good condition, some wear but not much.
This knife holder was made in 1974 and given as a XMAS present.On the back it says From The Cross Family, XMAS 1974. It measures 11 1/2" tall by 3 1/2" wide by 1 3/4" deep.
This item is a hanger advertising Vermont Cleansing Co. out of Burlington, Vt. It's in good condition. On one end there is some chipping but nothing serious.
This item is a tailors rule. It's in 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.
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.
Here is a very pretty pill box. I am not sure of the maker, it could be Bircraft. It appears to me to be brass plated and measures 1 1/2" in diameter. The rose is a very deep red, not as light as in the pics.
This is a very nice stoneware jug incised G.S. Guy & Co., Fort Edward, N.Y. and it is a 2 gallon. It does have some issues. On one side the glazing is chipping off. Please see pics for damage. If you wish to see more pics please e-mail me.