Antique German Wooden SLED SNOW SLED Sleigh Works!!

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  • Item Category: Antiquities
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 10,2006
  • Channel: Online Auction


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MLN 6011 / Antique German Wooden Sled ~ Sledding is one of the great joys of winter and doing so on a big and roomy old wooden sled is a delight indeed. We've actually used this one ~ it's been standing behind a chair in our library for over 15 years. Mr- and MissLynette both whizzed down the hill at Rogers High School 10 years ago and it goes like the wind.

This has the remnants of the logo on the center board. It's sturdy and well made and if you're not into winter play, it's a charming thing to use as seasonal decor on the hearth (load it with poinsettias and paperwhites) or front porch (with pots of seasonal greenery). It's a beauty in good condition with no concerns.

SIZE: 14 inches wide, 43.50 inches long, 9.25 inches tall

SHIPPING: $29.50 ships this piece DOOR-TO-DOOR via FedEx. Insurance* and tracking are included in all shipping prices. Please scroll down for additional important shipping information.

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