You are bidding on a 19th century seed sorting board. During the 19th century seeds were sorted by size before they placed in the planters. If the seeds were too large it would clog the planters and thus cause delay to unclog the equipment. This is such a rare piece it should probably be in some agricultural museum. It measures 20 1/2" long, 16 1/4" wide. It is 5 3/4" high at the back and 4" high in the front. The tin has been punctured with the correct size the seeds can be for the early planters. This is hand made and as you can see be the pictures made with hand wrought square nails. I am selling this with no reserve.Please check my other auctions this week. Payment: I accept paypal, money orders, & personal checks. Money orders and paypal items will be shipped the next day, items payed by check when they clear. Payment must be made within 7 days of auction's close. INSURANCE: For your protection and mine, I am now requiring insurance on all items. T is no point in saving two dollars if your going to loose two hundred do to damaged or lost merchandise. Shipping: Items are shipped within 48hours of payment. I am not responsible for items without insurance. When you don't insure you assume all the risk. I ship USPS Priority mail whenever possible. Shipping will be calculated on this item. Please be advised shipping prices have gone through the roof! I try to ship items priority because it gets to you faster and t is less chance of the item being damaged. Since the rate increase at the PO May 14 prices are very high. I do not make $ on shipping!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Refund Policy: All items are sold as is. Ninety percent of what I sell is from estate sales and is not new. Email with questions before you bid, not after the auction ends. If I have made a listing error and that is possible, I will offer a full refund on the item, not on shipping. I do not offer second chances on my listings. Please watch out for the scammers. GOOD LUCK! And God Bless our Troops!!!
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