Antique QUEEN CITY Wooden Egg Case Box Hinged Lid RB Dunning Bangor Maine

Antique QUEEN CITY Wooden Egg Case Box Hinged Lid RB Dunning Bangor Maine

Sale price $250.00 Regular price $295.00


Product Description:  If you love primitive decorating, this early wooden egg case is an amazing dairy collectible. Manufactured by RB Dunning & Co Bangor, ME, it's wonderfully crafted of wood with a patent hinge and fastener with slotted carrying handles. Back in the day, it was considered the most popular egg case on the market. It once held 15 dozen, 180 eggs and it still retains 144 original egg inserts. Don’t overlook the fantastic, original dark patina and original wear with the double-sided Queen City, RB Dunning advertising.

Note:  Please refer to “Condition” for additional information. 

Circa:  Early 1900s (1918-ish)

Length: 13”
Width: 14 ½”
Height: 13 ½”

Product Weight:  12 pounds

Color:  Medium and Dark Brown

Primary Material:  Wood

Condition:  Previously owned - used.  Condition is consistent with age and use. Condition considered very good.  All original nails and hinges and still strong. Original hinges and latch still attached and in working order. Missing piece of wood, right side of back hinge (as shown). Does not appear to effect the functionality. Writing on top of lid. Possibly a previous owner name. Just a few small tears in egg inserts. Overall good condition. Dark patina.

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