Antique Wooden Cash - Document Box, Tool Box w/ Drawer Tray, ca. 1900-1920's
Product Description: This handsome wooden box with a pull-out tray may have once been used as a merchant cash box and possibly later as a tool box. Weighing just over 8 pounds, it is constructed of wood with box jointed corners, a hinged lid and a latch and bears a black stamp of what appears to be H.H. Mundt on the front and left side. The pull-out drawer still retains much of its blue-gray and red paint. The exterior has gracefully aged showcasing its excellent patinated wood appearance.
Additional uses: Small Tool Box, Craft Box
Note: Please refer to Condition for additional information
Circa: Most likely 1900’s – 1920’s
Length: 14 inches
Width: 10 inches
Height: 9 inches
Drawer Compartments: 12”x 6”, 10” x 1 ¾", 2 1/8” x 1 ¾"
Product Weight: 8 pounds 5 ounces
Primary Material: Wood
Primary Color: Brown (exterior), Blue-Gray and Red (tray)
Origin: Unknown. Acquired in Northeastern Pennsylvania
Markings: H.H. Mundt (stamp in black on front and left side), Glenn (underside lid - handwritten)
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and normal use. No repairs. Latch works. Original drawer may have been a 4 compartment rather than 3. There may be an additional divider missing in the 12”x 6”section of the pull-out drawer and a wooden cover on the inside lid. Scratches, chips or loss of wood on bottom corners from normal use. Wear on paint and wood. H.H. Mundt stamp is not confirmed.
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