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    Posted 3 years ago

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    Hello CW!
    This summer in the holidays we went to the beach house.
    I took these pictures to an old wooden ice box stored in the shed.
    I think its a very interesting and beautiful vintage piece to decorate.
    I dont know anything about the brand or the year when it was manufactured.
    Mc Kee Refrigerator Co.
    Brooklyn, NY. USA
    Height 93 cm, Width 52 cm, Profundity 38 cm
    I would like me to know something about it.
    Many thanks!
    With love,

    Unsolved Mystery

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    1. Virginia.vintage Virginia.vintage, 3 years ago
      Thanks so much for your love SpiritBear!
    2. Manikin Manikin, 3 years ago
      Hi Virgina so nice to see you and how lucky you can go to the beach :-) Your Ice box is in beautiful condition I love it .
    3. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 3 years ago
      I am not familiar with the company but they are listed in the history of ice boxes and refrigerators in 1926. I can tell you this is an apartment size unit which is a bit more uncommon but not worth a fortune.
    4. Virginia.vintage Virginia.vintage, 3 years ago
      Hello Mani, yes, just a week but was a nice time :)
      Autumn is starting today, time pass so fast!
      Happy to know you like it my post, have a wonderful spring time!!!
    5. Virginia.vintage Virginia.vintage, 3 years ago
      Hello fhrjr2!
      Many and many thanks for your very insteresting comment, really much appreciated.
      Thanks for stop at my post!
    6. Virginia.vintage Virginia.vintage, 3 years ago
      To brunswick, kyra, fortapache,roddyq,aura, vetraio, E-JW, Mrstyndall, iggy, Caperkid, ttomtucker, mcheconi, Daddy, mikelv, EZa, and michael, thanks so much for the loves and a big hug to all!
    7. Virginia.vintage Virginia.vintage, 3 years ago
      Thanks so much Thomas!!!
    8. Virginia.vintage Virginia.vintage, 3 years ago
      To Daddy and vintagegirl, many thanks for the loves!
    9. vintagelamp vintagelamp, 2 years ago
      Love this! So glad to hear from you! Tell Jr. I send hugs and kisses!
    10. Virginia.vintage Virginia.vintage, 2 years ago
      Hello vl! So happy to see you again!
      Yes, Its a lovely old ice box. Junior is feeling so happy now! He missed you always.
      Thanks so much for your love an adorable comment!!
    11. Virginia.vintage Virginia.vintage, 2 years ago
      Many thanks for the loves to AnithingObscure and NickM.
    12. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 2 years ago
      Hi Virginia! OMG, it's so nice to see you!!! It's been a while but you just stopped by one of my posts so I came here to say hello! McKee Company made many things for the kitchen, I did not know they made this but it makes sense. I used to have an old Wedgewood stove, it was and white and had a backsplash with a spot for salt and pepper shakers on one side and the opposite side was flour and sugar. These shakers were made by McKee. I actually had 2 sets. One set was all black with white writing and the other was white with black writing. They also made these that are Jadeite. Many different shapes but these have always held a lot of value, especially if in fine condition. The black are the hardest to find, I think. Great to see you!

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