Wooden Buss Bucket With Bail Handle and Lid No. 22 - Lanark, IL
Product Description: This original, petite Buss Bucket, No. 22 has a great rustic appearance. Once used to bed night crawlers and worms for fishing, this double, metal banded pail features a wood lid which sits inside, on the lip of the bucket. It is attached by a heavy twine through a hole in the lid to the metal bail handle. This primitive collectible is a perfect size for a counter top, shelf or hearth decor.
Circa: Unknown. Believed to be 1940's.
Dimensions: 6 1/4" height (bucket only) x 5 5/8" diameter base
Product Weight: 1 pound 2 ounces
Markings: Buss Bucket Lanark, IL No. 22 (engraved in front of bucket)
Color: Medium tone brown, silver
Condition: Previously owned - used. Moderate to heavy rust formation on metal bands, surface wear, stain mark on lid, light to moderate patina
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