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Bronco

Northern Arizona

I don't collect anything in particular. Just whatever strikes my fancy at the time. I like oddities and I usually have no idea what they are until I do some investigI don't collect anything in particular. Just whatever strikes my fancy at the time. I like oddities and I usually have no idea what they are until I do some investigating. To me, that's most of the fun of it. (Read more)

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What is it? - Kitchenin Kitchen
How old is this table? Any other info. appreciated. - Furniturein Furniture
No idea what this is? - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
What strange type of chair is this? - Furniturein Furniture
old motorcycle, side car fender? - Motorcyclesin Motorcycles

Comments

  1. I didn't delete any posts. I appreciate your input! What is a stack pot? It does appear as though something could attach to what I have pictured.
  2. They are regular straight slot screws. I agree, a person couldn't economically make a table like this for 10 bucks. Just wishful thinking that it's a priceless heirloom. Thanks again.
  3. They're definitely flat head screws. You're probably right about the legs. I am definitely no furniture expert and that makes sense. Does the fact that flat head screws were used date it at all. They ...
  4. Thanks for your 2 cents rocker-sd. It definitely looks hand forged and the fact that the underside appears to have some kind of crud (possibly soot?) on it fits with your idea. I sincerely have enjoye...
  5. I wouldn't trust it to stand on or sit on at any height that's for sure, but it is a pretty strong connection. No play whatsoever. I think it would hold substantial weight right now, but I don't think...
  6. The distance between the top of the hooks and the bottom of the U is about 71/2 inches. Where the rods connect to the horseshoe is a pretty strong connection. I would estimate that the platform would ...
  7. Thanks of the info. I haven't been able to find anything like it on line. Do you have any suggestions as to where I might look? How did you know what it was?
  8. How long ago did they do that? It must be at least pre WWII. I wonder why it slides back and forth only about 4". Thanks Ron.
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