Country store display spool cabinet circa 1880. The inside of one drawer is marked "3 cents each" in pencil script. Original surface with old waxed finish, original hardware and hand painted drawer labels that read: EUREKA; 10 YD SPOOLS; and BUTTON HOLE TWISTS. Measures 20" wide, 13" deep and 6" high.
National Biscuit Company display box for the New Haven Bakery promoting the Favorite Milk Biscuit as "A Perfect Health Food." Circa 1900, in original dry, untouched condition.
Antique wooden bucket in original blue paint, circa 1900. Stencil stamped Q V Tracy & Co. Syracuse NY Bouquet Java. Integral hinged lid and bale handles. Measures 20.75 inches across the top and 13.75 inches high. The delicious cornflower blue painted surface is nearly all there with some nice wear to the front lid from use. This item is on display in our gallery at OLD SAYBROOK ANTIQUES CENTER and can be seen in-person by visiting 756 MIDDLESEX AVE OLD SAYBROOK, CT 06475. For hours of operation visit: http://www.OldSaybrookAntiquesCenter.com
Early shoes and boots trade sign circa 1820. Carved wood. Original painted and gilded surface in excellent condition. Measures 13.5 inches high by 10 inches wide heel to toe and 4.5 inches wide at the top.
Antique folk art wooden boot trade sign pilgrim style c1800 with original painted surface. Measures 29 inches high, 18 inches deep at base with a 11 x 10 inch top. Wonderful trued to real life carving detail.