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Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG
Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG
Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG
Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG
Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG
Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG
Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG
Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG
Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG
Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG
Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG
Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG

Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG
Antique Fold Up Country Store Seed Display Cabinet with. 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930. An antique green and cream fold up metal Country Store Seed Display Cabinet with 33 Seed Jars that date back to the 1930 era. It originally came out of the old Garrettsville Ohio Hardware Store. The steel cabinet is in the original old green paint. It folds in half into a square box. There are three shelves on the top half. There are 16 bin compartments in the bottom half. There are 33 original seed dispensing jars. They all have the screw on lids with the special design fold up or down pour spouts. The seed jars are the old canning jars with the old seed packets glued on to the side of the jars. On the sides are the clip on display selves. A cream colored peg board is mounted on the backside. A very unusual country mercantile store display piece from the old hardware store in Garrettsville Ohio. These are so very hard to find in todays markets. 22 inches deep at the base by 42.50 inches wide by 65 inches tall opened up. Also two 17 inches wide by 8 inches deep clip on side shelves. 76 inches wide when all assembled. Guesstimate weight is about 125 pounds. Please note all photos for they too are a part of our descriptions. Thank you for shopping at Sugarcreek Antiques. We accept payments through Pay Pal. We will try accommodate your request. We are also professional packagers. We do pack with air bags, peanuts, newspapers and other types of light fillers. We promise to treat your item with care and respect when packaging for transport. Most all of our items are from a secondary market. We make every effort to describe any flaws or damage. We never intend to misrepresent our listings. Funds need to be cleared before item(s) are picked up. All items will need to be picked up at our business site within 30 days unless other arrangements have been made. Titus Services, LLC (WV). Also, all our items are not guaranteed for their original purposes. Welcome to Sugarcreek Antiques! They range from the early primitives, eclectic, downright weird, to today’s collectibles. You probably will find almost anything you need right here in our store! We are located in the largest settlement of the Amish in the world. We reside in the beautiful Tuscarawas Valley. It is a rich rolling countryside and it is one of the larger tourist attractions. People from all over the world visit Sugarcreek and the surrounding countryside to view our Amish Swiss German ancestry. Our GPS address is 4456 State Route 93 NW Sugarcreek Ohio 44681. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG” is in sale since Saturday, July 01, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Advertising\Merchandise & Memorabilia\Store Displays”. The seller is “sugarcreekantiques1″ and is located in Sugarcreek, Ohio. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
  • Type of Advertising: Store Display for Seed Jars
  • Material: Metal
  • Color: Green and White

Country Store Seed Display Cabinet Folds Up with 33 Seed Jars Circa 1930 VTG