General Store Advertising Wayne Feeds Scoop

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  • Item Category: Antiquities
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 16,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

Very Nice Old General Store Advertising Feed Scoop
IT PAYS TO FEED
WAYNE
POULTRY AND LIVESTOCK FEEDS
WAYNE FEEDS
This feed scoop is all metal .
T is some rusting to the creamy old white paint. The advertising writing on the scoop is a nice red color. T is some paint loss to the back of the scoop w the writing is. You can see this in the photo.
A perfect decorating piece! Especially this time of the year!
We hurriedly put together a couple different options of how great it will look filled with greens, some of our clove covered pomanders & a few dried pomegranates.
In one of the other photos we sat the scoop on end and added a candle & surrounded it with greenery. You can use a big fat candle in it too!
The scoop measures appros. 11 1/8" from end to end.
Across the back at the top it is approx. 5".The widest part at the back is about 5 1/2".The inside measurement of the scoop to the top of the band that goes side to side is approx. 5 1/2".
This old general store advertising feed scoop can be a great primitive decorating asset to your home and collection for all seasons!
Only the grain scoop is for sale in this auction. The greens, pomanders, pomegranates, candle, or holder are not included, as with anything else seen & are not for sale.

Thanks for taking the time to view our auction!
Mike & Deb
willowrockfarm

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